Meghana Mysore is a Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of English. She spoke to The Student about her relationship with creative writing, and how she is sharing it with her students this semester.
Matthew Westermayer is a visiting assistant professor of religion and a scholar deeply interested in the arboreal and nonhuman world, also known as “the tree guy.” He recently completed his doctorate in Near Eastern Studies at Cornell, and is teaching “Ecology and Religion” and “Jesus” this fall.
Nozomi Nakaganeku Saito is a postdoctoral fellow and assistant professor of English. She spoke to The Student about storytelling, Asian American studies, and the “ecologies of death” produced under militarism.
Brian House is an Assistant Professor of Art and the History of Art whose work investigates the hidden rhythms in our environments. His current project, “Macrophpones,” amplifies the sounds of the climate crisis.
Rebecca “Becky” Hewitt is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies who researches the impacts of climate change on arctic ecosystems, focusing on forests and belowground fungi. Hewitt received a B.A. from Middlebury College in 2005 and a Ph.D. from University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2014.
Assistant Professor of English Frank Leon Roberts talks with staff writer Zane Khiry ’25 about the intersections of organizing and academics, and how he came to host “Bo's Barbershop and Books.”
Jungeun Kim is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Theater and Dance. Speaking with Managing Features Editor Caelen McQuilkin ’24E, Kim discussed the roots of her passion for dance, its educational potential, and the different meanings it has taken throughout her life.