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Our nine new faculty represent an impressive range of intellectual perspectives, but they share the common belief that strong faculty-student relationships are at the heart of the Roosevelt experience. Bonnie Gunzenhauser, PhD Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences welcomed nine new faculty members to its ranks this fall. These new faculty are committed teacher-scholars who bring a wealth of experience to their work with students. Some are fresh from prestigious postdocs, some are transitioning into academia from industry and bring valuable practitioner perspectives, while others are seasoned professionals who will make an immediate impact on Roosevelt’s reputation and community presence.

“Our nine new faculty represent an impressive range of intellectual perspectives, but they share the common belief that strong faculty-student relationships are at the heart of the Roosevelt experience,” said Bonnie Gunzenhauser, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. “I am delighted to welcome them to CAS, and I look forward to their innovations and contributions.”  

Nicholas Baldwin, MA
Clinical Assistant Professor of Industrial Organizational Psychology and Director of the IO Psychology MA Program

Tiha Long, PhD
Lecturer in Health Sciences and Associate Director of Health Professions

Mia Marcus, PhD
Assistant Professor of Psychology

Ralph Martire, JD
Arthur Rubloff Professor of Public Policy

Ralph Mortensen, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor of Industrial Organizational Psychology and Director of the Organizational Effectiveness Counseling Center

John Nino, MD
Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology

Natasha Robinson, JD
Lecturer in Criminal Justice

Andy Trees, PhD
Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science

Meng Yu, PhD
Professor of Computer Science and Robert Miner Chair in Computer Science, Information Technology and Data Science

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