An Open Letter to President Coleman and Provost Pollack


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Dear President Coleman and Provost Pollack:

We, the undersigned faculty of the University of Michigan, support your intent to realign administrative expenses relative to revenues. However we collectively reject the proposed Administrative Services Transformation (AST) project. We respectfully offer an alternative approach to AST, which we call Unit- Centric Services (UCS). We believe that the AST approach is inherently flawed because its focus is on reducing administrative costs without taking into account the concurrent reduction in faculty and staff productivity, collaborative academic culture, and the unique needs of heterogeneous academic units. In contrast, UCS's focus is on productivity and intra-unit efficiencies. Higher productivity translates into higher revenues relative to expenses, even though expenses may, but do not need to, be higher. The unique cultures and modes of operation of different units are facilitated by staff that retain corporate knowledge of local processes. Conversely, AST is a top-down program that eliminates the ability to retain corporate knowledge and leverage the unit-culture experiences of some 300 support staff while limiting their contributions to a series of transactional tasks in a call center. The inevitable result is to tax the faculty with numerous clerical tasks, thereby reducing their accessibility to students and their productivity as scholars and researchers. In contrast, the premise of UCS is to develop a strategic plan aimed at improving productivity at the unit level (school/college and/or department), with plans developed with full participation by the faculty, staff and administrators in that unit, and in tune with the particular academic culture and practices of that unit.

Below we compare and contrast AST and UCS, and demonstrate that AST is a misguided venture that will irreparably harm our cherished institution.

We implore you to follow the judicious path. Restore sanity to the University of Michigan, which we all love and feel proud to be a part of, and allow us all to work together to make our great university even greater and more productive. Please terminate the AST project now.

Thank You

Why a Lean De-centralized Model not AST is better for the University of Michigan

1.0 The AST Option

Initially advertised as a program that will save the University $17 million per year in administrative costs, the projections of AST have steadily been revised downward, and now stands at $5 - 6 million, and even that figure is highly optimistic. The University has contracted an estimated $12 million in consulting fees to Accenture, and has incurred an equal or greater amount in staff time spent filling out an extraordinarily complicated survey form to generate a database of what types of tasks the staff spend their time on. The most recent plan calls for removing about 300 staff members and assigning them to office space in a new building to be leased and renovated at the cost of $5 million by the University, where they will perform repetitive tasks associated with HR and financial transactions. According to the latest report issued by the administration, none of the staff removed from the units will lose their jobs, nor will their salaries be reduced (abandoning the earlier plan to reduce the salaries of the transferred staff in the first year ).

Flawed Process: In a well-articulated letter to President Coleman submitted by the chairs of 15 LSA departments/programs, the AST process was described as follows:

    "The process to date runs counter to bedrock principles that have hitherto characterized the university community, in particular principles of consultation and transparency and standards of care and respect.

    1) Consultation. While all faculty crucially depend on the support of university staff in pursuing their research and teaching goals, chairs and directors, who work particularly closely with staff members on a daily basis, are in the best position to appreciate their professionalism and dedication and to judge their contribution to their units' success. We strongly feel that we should have been consulted early and frequently in the process. There was no attempt to determine the specific needs of departments and work collaboratively on enhancing efficiency and lowering operating costs.

    2) Transparency. The AST project has been implemented to date surrounded by an air of secrecy, which has led to countless rumors that have further increased anxiety and uncertainty among staff members and faculty.

    3) Care and Respect. We strongly believe that the process of AST implementation, as described during recent briefings, amounts to a dehumanization of the workplace shared by staff and faculty at this university. We are particularly concerned that those staff members affected most negatively will be predominantly low- to lower-middle-income women. They do not only frequently belong to the longest-serving, hardest-working, and most loyal members of our community, they also belong to a constituency that is already struggling under current economic conditions in Michigan."

We add to our criticism of the process the lack of any substantial data on the impact on the arguably most important customer of AST, the faculty. To the best of our knowledge there has never been a comprehensive survey of how faculty spend their time. How much time is spent on: teaching, class preparation, research, supervising graduate students, writing proposals, interfacing with sponsors of research, in committee meetings, in on-campus service, attending off-campus meetings, in public service, and in performing clerical duties. To the best of our knowledge there has never been a comprehensive survey of what support faculty require in meeting these demands and duties. (Many of the undersigned of this document have been at UM for decades and never been asked either of these questions.) So if the planners of AST do not know how faculty spend their time and what support they require to meet those demands and duties, how can such plans be formulated and expect a good outcome?

Flawed Financial Plan: Even though the proponents of AST keep talking about "transactional HR and financial tasks," the truth of the matter is that it is not possible to dissect people and recombine them the way they intend to. The overwhelming majority of the staff whose jobs will be streamlined are workers who perform a wide range of activities that cannot be captured by surveys and job forms. Consequently, many of the clerical tasks that currently are performed by the support staff will, under AST, become the responsibility of the faculty. These include a wide variety of tasks (see specific examples in Addendum A) that vary by department and by disciplines within departments. These tasks vary from the routine, such as making copies of materials to distribute in classes, arranging curriculum meetings, making arrangements for visitors and developing a schedule for a seminar speaker, to the more elaborate like developing an offer letter to a postdoc from another country. The bottom line is that AST will inevitably force faculty to perform more of these clerical and support functions themselves. By conservative estimates, this will reduce faculty productivity by at least 10%, and more likely by 20%, not to mention the associated frustrations and consternations. A 10% reduction in faculty productivity translates into a comparable reduction in research funding. Excluding the Med School, this amounts to $65 million per year.

The 300 staff members identified for removal from academic units are the very people with whom the faculty, graduate students and undergraduates interact directly (not over the internet) and rely on every day. They provide the faculty the assistance necessary to do their teaching, research and service functions, just as the staff assistants to executive officers, deans, and chairs do for administrators so they may perform their jobs effectively. Yet, not a single executive officer, dean, or chair will be contributing his/her admin assistant to the 300 pool. We attribute this to the aforementioned lack of understanding on the part of the designers of AST as to how academic units function and how faculty spend their time? (See comment 8 in Addendum A).

Lower-Quality Service: Many of the staff-faculty interactions occur face to face. Replacing such an interface with email and web communications creates much latency in the process, which leads to inefficiency and frustrations. The other important factor is the inability of a centralized system to provide "service on demand," which requires an immediate turnaround response. Many of the research active faculty require such services on a continual basis. When a sponsor calls and asks for a meeting, data, report or other information, the only acceptable response is "yes, I will have this for you in minutes", which is accomplished by walking down the hallway to the appropriate staff person who has corporate knowledge of how we dealt with this sponsor in the past, talking out the request and responding to the sponsor's request. The AST alternative is to log a request at a website and wait in a queue for a response, which will be from a person who has no corporate knowledge of this sponsor. The designers of this system of centralization and those strongly supporting it appear not to understand how university research is performed within units. In the absence of knowledge of these processes, AST will transform efficient and critical support services in the schools and colleges into inefficient centralized services that do not address fundamental support needs of the faculty. The Central Administration should focus instead on how to improve the efficiency, productivity, and response time of the centralized units they now oversee.

Placing Deans and Department Chairs in Untenable Positions: The faculty are grateful to their deans and department chairs for expressing their concerns on AST as much as they have. Now that the notices have been sent to the 300 affected staff members, the faculty are in an uproar because they now see the negative consequences of AST. Their department administrators and department chairs are at a loss as to what to do. On the one hand, they want to continue to provide secretarial support to their faculty, but they can't see how to do it, not with the remaining staff. In a typical College of Engineering department with 65 tenure-track and research faculty, the department has 29 administrative staff members, of whom 16 provide centralized services and 13 provide direct support to the faculty. Of those 13, 6 will be transferred by AST, thereby doubling the load from 5 faculty-per-secretary to approximately 10 per secretary. The five-faculty-to-one-secretary ratio is a typical average across academic departments, so if we extrapolate for an entire campus with approximately 3000 tenure-track and research faculty (excluding the Medical School), we would have about 600 secretarial staff supporting the faculty. AST promises to remove about 200 of them from the schools and colleges. Since it is physically impossible to maintain the same quantity and quality of service with only half as many staff, the consequences are quite predictable.

Consequences: The consequences of AST include:

    1) Reduction in faculty productivity by 10-20%.

    2) Less faculty access to students and diminished quality of teaching for undergraduate students and supervision for grad students.

    3) Loss of research funding to the tune of several tens of millions of dollars.

    4) Increased frustration and consternation by the faculty because a significant fraction of their effort is diverted into secretarial-like tasks.

    5) No cost savings; on the contrary, a great deal of loss in revenue.

    6) Dehumanization of some 300 staff members.

The tops-down implementation of AST is not the answer in the face of nearly total lack of support by the faculty. It is unclear and unexplained why the administration is causing all this upheaval over a program intended to corporatize the university, alienate the faculty and the staff, and potentially lose many tens of millions of dollars in research funding.

2.0 UCS: Unit-Centric Services

As an economic measure, productivity incorporates both sides of the equation, namely revenues and expenses, simultaneously. Our greatest University asset is its faculty and staff. UCS espouses the following principles and processes:



    1) The faculty and staff of an academic unit are now entrusted with defining and upholding academic standards, which include the development of curricula, making admission decisions for graduate students, assigning grades, and certifying the successful fulfillment of Ph.D. requirements, etc. They should be equally entrusted with charting out a strategy that maximizes productivity and insures fiscal responsibility.

    2) Once the Central Administration has established the general fund budget for each school/college for the next five years, each Dean should assemble a 10-person committee composed of faculty, staff and administrators to develop a strategy aimed at maximizing the productivity of that school/college. Some schools/colleges may decide to move the process down to departments or groups of departments. The committee may consider the elimination of certain activities or functions because of low academic/financial return, the reorganization of services, as well as the local centralization of services if judged to be advantageous to the overall productivity of the unit.

    3) The proposed strategy undergoes a vetting process by inviting input from faculty, staff and administrators. It is then submitted to the Dean, who, as the administrative officer of the unit, has the authority to modify it as he or she sees fit.

The Medical School has opted to develop its own financial savings model, so why not grant the other schools and colleges the same opportunity?

3.0 Centralized vs. Decentralized Models

The fundamental assumption of the AST model is that for large organizations the centralized services approach is inherently more efficient and leads to cost savings. Proponents of AST point to corporations and other universities that have implemented the centralized model, as if somehow that justifies why UofM should go through such a transformation. About 30 universities have implemented some form of the centralized services model, but hundreds of others have opted out. When confronted, UM administrators who support AST acknowledge that AST-like implementations at other universities have caused havoc on those campuses and have alienated the faculty and the staff, and there is no evidence that they led to any significant cost savings. Corporatizing the university is a recipe for reducing its productivity, with attendant losses in revenues, far exceeding the cost savings.

We should observe and learn from previous experiments. The program to centralize services in the Dental School proved to be a total failure; not only did it not realize any savings, it also caused a serious morale problem among both faculty and staff. The recent action by the new Dean to restore services to local units within the Dental School has been hailed by the faculty and staff as a victory for sanity, productivity and common sense.

Another example of failed centralization is seen in LSA. The removal of HR staff, web designers, etc., from the departments has led to deterioration in both the quality of service and response time, from hours before centralization to weeks afterwards.

It is certainly relevant to note that many institutions value the advantages of decentralized systems, and they include not only academic institutions but also large businesses. The Apple corporation is one such example, and so are Google and Microsoft. An additional notable example is the World Bank, which manages $40 billion in investments. At a recent meeting of the EU parliament on Friday, November 8, 2013, a World Bank official presented the Bank's decentralized organizational model to EU members, and one of his slides listed the following advantages:

    1) better matching resources to needs

    2) better efficiency in use

    3) better quality and oversight

    4) improved governance

    5) better decision making

    6) better targeting of interventions

    7) better equity and sustainability results

    8) better outcomes in building skills and capacities

Hiring a consulting firm like Accenture to tell the University what to do is so misguided; it conveys the message: "We do not know how to manage the University, so we have to go to an outside firm to seek guidance."

Thank you.

Addendum A: A Few Faculty Testimonials

The following are a few testimonials from among hundreds contributed by UM faculty as examples of the anticipated consequences of AST, if implemented. These testimonials are real; we are certain that none of the designers of AST ever intended for these consequences to occur, but their total lack of understanding of how academic units function is at the heart of why the AST plan is fundamentally flawed.

1) Meeting with students: "I teach a large undergraduate class with 180-200 students. I believe it's important for faculty to be accessible to students, so I gave the students the email address of the support staff person who currently supports me among a group of eight faculty. Students email her to set up appointments to meet with me. At the end of every day, she gives me the list of 10-12 student appointments for the next day. Now that her position has been eliminated, I will have to keep track of all those appointments myself. The cost to me: about one hour per day. Since my salary is 5 times hers and she's 5 times more efficient than I am at such tasks, the net result is an increase in cost by 25! This new time-overhead translates into less time to supervise grad students, write and publish scientific articles, and work on research proposals. As it is, I average 70 hours a week, and I can't take on the additional 5 hours imposed by AST. More than likely, in future semesters, I will stop making myself available to students on a daily basis, and will limit myself to the three hours designated as official office hours for the course. The obvious consequence for students is long lines and long waits ."

2) Seminars: "When we invite faculty from other institutions or officers from funding agencies to come to campus as seminar speakers, we provide the information to our support staff person to prepare a visit schedule (which involves emails to relevant faculty to ascertain availability), generate a poster and posting it on doors, reserve a seminar room, upload an announcement to the web, and arrange coffee and cookies. With her position eliminated, we the faculty have to do these chores. Even though our department administrator has promised to 'do our best to cover these things, but we do not know how, they took away 20% of our administrative staff.' Our group does about 20 seminars per year. My inclination, as well as that of my faculty colleagues, is to no longer invite seminar speakers, which obviously is a loss to our academic mission."

3) Office backup: "When a research sponsor calls my office and I'm not there, the phone reverts to the support staff person. If the message is urgent and I'm travelling, she'll call me on my cell to relay the message. I then call the sponsor and all is well. With her position eliminated, the call goes to voice mail, which I will not retrieve for many hours, perhaps several days. Poorer response to sponsors, especially on complex multi-institutional projects, is frowned upon, and could lead to non-renewals. This is the real world we live in."

4) Travel: "When I or my grad students go to symposia, the support staff person arranges flight and hotel reservations, creates an account in Concur, registers us at the symposium, and keeps track of all charges because she uses a UM credit card issued in her name. After the trip, she deals with all of the Concur complexities and spares us the agony of going through it. With her position eliminated, we have to do all these things ourselves. I average about 25 trips per year, with the majority being to workshops mandated by my DARPA project monitor. Arranging each trip consumes about 2 hours before the trip and another 1-2 hours to deal with the Concur nightmare. That's a total of 75-100 hours a year that AST will transfer from my support staff to me, at a 16-fold increase in cost to UM (she's at least twice as efficient at the process than I am and my salary is eight times hers) ."

5) Ordering lab supplies: "My research group uses a lot of supplies. When I need supplies ordered for my lab, I or my grad students give the list to the support staff person to order them. Based on past experience, she knows which vendor to order from, which account to charge, and afterwards, she tracks the shipment and updates me on the progress. Under the new arrangement, I or my grad students have to do it. I'm willing to offer $10,000 of my own (personal) money to retain her."

6) Supporting grad students: "At present, the support staff person who works in our lab is the primary point of contact for the approximately 50 grad students. She teaches them the rules about ordering equipment and supplies, keeping track of receipts and packing slips, and what is and isn't allowable when they travel to symposia. Under AST, that support will disappear."

7) Bureaucracy: "We currently use support staff as a buffer between us and University bureaucracy. Without that buffer, we will be forced to directly deal with unresponsive university bureaucrats, which even the most minor support staff will inevitably become. Good departments tend to pull together as a team to get things done. Faceless nameless support staff will function more as an us vs. them mentality, don't bother me with your problems. Departments are very different and have different priorities. Even the individual personalities and priorities of faculty members are well known to local support staff; centralized ones will have no idea how specific issues have been resolved for specific faculty in the past. My frequent hiring of German temporary interns is a great example. We have done this many times, but in dealing with a centralized support staff in LSA after HR staff were removed from departments, I am now forced to train them each time I do it, as there would be little carry over in knowledge from one faceless support to the other. I am a certain that a University centralized HR support system would make the process even worse."

8) Faculty time cards: "At one of the meetings between the Accenture consultants and a select group of UM staff, one of the consultants declared to the group: 'It's wrong to have the staff fill out time cards for the faculty. The new shared services plan will help end the practice.' One of the staff present at the meeting responded by saying that faculty do not submit time cards. Totally surprised, the consultant then asked: 'So, how do you know they are in their offices doing their jobs?' This is such a telling story. These are the consultants the University is paying millions to so they can advise us on what to do!!!"

9) Change in rapport and loyalty leading to inefficiency: "I think the inversion of the reporting structure is a key problem. With centralization there will be a strong tendency for the centralized 'support' staff to dictate the terms under which they will provide support. They will of course aim to minimize their own workload and maximize their own convenience, which will have the inevitable effect of increasing our workload and inconvenience. Coupled with the fact that none of us is really trained to do the paperwork that will be foist upon us and our individual unfamiliarity with the regulations that need to be followed will result not just in a huge number of mistakes, costly not only from the inefficiencies but also from the legal perspective. It certainly doesn't make sense to train all faculty on how, for instance, to do hiring or how to ship stuff on dry ice. Faculty time is say worth $80/hr and support staff time is say $20, so even if the faculty can do the same things as efficiently as the better trained support staff, it will cost 4X as much. As you pointed out, faculty time spent filling out paperwork or learning regulations is time away from our primary duty which is teaching, scholarship and writing grants."

10) Website example: "My lab website is a great additional example. The LSA centralized web designer did a terrible job, creating a site full of broken links and maybe 1/10 of the content of my former site, with all the wrong emphasis. Just getting him out to our building to meet with me and other faculty colleagues to talk about the issues took weeks, and it was immediately clear that he had no time for any real solutions and nothing got done. His response instead was: 'We don't have the bandwidth to move your lab site to the top of our work load at this point. . . . The college isn't in a position to fund custom solutions for every lab, department and faculty member.' The key problem here is the 'I work for the University, not for you' attitude that is the inevitable byproduct of centralization. We ended up going back to my old site which was much better because it was designed in house by our own department web designer."

11) Dehumanizing hundreds of staff: By taking 300 staff from their current jobs, where they have developed a supportive relationship with the faculty and other staff, and then placing them in cubicles in front of computer screens to perform repetitive tasks with faceless customers, we will have, in essence, dehumanized them into robots. What sort of productivity and loyalty can we realistically expect from them? Not much!

And the list goes on and on. The bottom line is that AST will reduce faculty productivity by at least 10%, if not more, not to mention its impact on morale. Is that the desired outcome?!!

UM Faculty Signatories

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

  • Anouck Girard, Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering
  • Anthony Waas, Felix W Pawlowski Collegiate Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, Aerospace Engineering
  • Carlos Cesnik, Professor, Aerospace Engineering
  • Daniel J. Inman, Clarence L (Kelly) Johnson Collegiate Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Chair, Department of Aerospace Engineering, College of Engineering, Aerospace Engineering
  • Dennis S. Bernstein, Professor, Aerospace Engineering
  • Ella Atkins, Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering
  • James F. Driscoll, Arthur B Modine Professor of Engineering and Professor of Aerospace Engineering, College of Engineering, Aerospace Engineering
  • Joaquim R. R. A. Martins, Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering
  • John Andrew Shaw, Professor, Aerospace Engineering
  • Mirko Gamba, Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering
  • Philip Lawrence Roe, Professor, Aerospace Engineering
  • Timothy B. Smith, Lecturer IV and Assistant Research Scientist, Aerospace Engineering
  • Veera Sundararaghavan, Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering
  • Aaron J Ridley, Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Bart van der Holst, Associate Research Scientist, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Carolyn Kuranz, Assistant Research Scientist, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Christiane Jablonowski, Associate Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Christopher Ruf, Director, Space Physics Research Laboratory, Professor of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science College of Engineering, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Daniel Welling, Assistant Research Scientist, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Enrico Landi, Associate Research Scientist, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Eric Myra, Associate Research Scientist, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Gabor Toth, Research Scientist, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • George Gloeckler, Research Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Igor Sokolov, Research Scientist, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Janet U. Kozyra, George Carignan Collegiate Research Professor and Reseach Professor, Space Physics Research Laboratory, College of Engineering, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Jim M. Raines, Assistant Research Scientist, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Joyce E Penner, Ralph J Cicerone Distinguished University Professor of Atmospheric Science, Prof of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences & Associate Chair, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, College of Engr, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Kenneth Hansen, Research Associate Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Lennard A. Fisk, Thomas M Donahue Distinguished University Professor of Space Science, Professor of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, College of Engineering and Professor of Physics, College of LSA, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Margaret G Kivelson, Research Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Mark Moldwin, Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Michael Combi, Freeman Devold Miller Collegiate Research Professor, Office of the Vice President for Research, Distinguished Research Scientist, College of Engineering and Res Prof,Atm, Oceanic and Space Sci , COE, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Michael Liemohn, Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Nilton O. Renno, Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • R Paul Drake, Henry S Carhart Collegiate Professor of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences, Prof of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, College of Engineering and Prof of Physics, College of LSA, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Raluca Ilie, Assistant Research Scientist, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Richard B Rood, Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Richard Frazin, Associate Research Scientist, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Roger De Roo, Lecturer III and Asst Research Scientist, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Ronald Dreslinski, Assistant Research Scientist, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Sanford Sillman, Research Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Shasha Zou, Assistant Research Scientist, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Stephen Bougher, Andrew F Nagy Collegiate Research Professor, Research Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences and Adjunct Lecturer in Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, College of Engineering, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Tamas Gombosi, Konstantin I Gringauz Distinguished University Professor of Space Science, Rollin M Gerstacker Professor of Engineering, Prof of Atmos, Oceanic and Space Sci & Prof of Aerospace Engr, College of Engr, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Ward Manchester IV, Research Associate Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Xianglei Huang, Associate Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
  • Charles Cain, Richard A Auhll Professor of Engineering, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, Biomedical Engineering
  • Cheri Deng, Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • Mary-Ann Mycek, Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • Michael Mayer, Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • Mohamed ElSayed, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • Shuichi Takayama, Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • Erdogan Gulari, Donald L Katz Collegiate Professor of Chemical Engineering, Professor of Chemical Engineering and Professor of Macromolecular Science and Engineering, College of Engineering, Chemical Engineering
  • gregory yeh, Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • Hugh Scott Fogler, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Vennema Professor of Chemical Engineering, and Professor of Chemical Engineering, College of Engineering, Chemical Engineering
  • James O. Wilkes, Arthur F Thurnau Professor and Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering, College of Engineering, Chemical Engineering
  • Johannes Schwank, James and Judith Street Professor of Chemical Engineering, Professor of Chemical Engineering and Director Academic Program, Electron Microbeam Analysis Laboratory, College of Engineering, Chemical Engineering
  • Levi T. Thompson, Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • Nicholas A. Kotov, Joseph B and Florence V Cejka Professor of Engineering, Prof of Chemical Engr, Prof of Biomedical Engr, Prof of Materials Science Engr and Prof of Macromolecular Science and Engr, College of Engr, Chemical Engineering
  • Ralph T. Yang, Dwight F Benton Professor of Chemical Engineering and Professor of Chemical Engineering, College of Engineering, Chemical Engineering
  • Robert Ziff, Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • Susan Montgomery, G Brymer Williams Collegiate Lecturer and Lecturer IV in Chemical Engineering, College of Engineering, Chemical Engineering
  • Lutgarde Raskin, Altarum/ERIM Russell D O'Neal Professor of Engineering and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Photios G. Ioannou, Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Sherif El-Tawil, Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Steven J Wright, Arthur F Thurnau Professor and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Valeriy Ivanov, Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Achilleas Anastasopoulos, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Adib Y. Nashashibi, Associate Research Scientist, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Almantas Galvanauskas, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Amir Mortazawi, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Anatoly Maksimchuk, Research Scientist, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Andrew Emil Yagle, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Andrew W. DeOrio, Lecturer, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Anthony Grbic, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Atul prakash, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Becky Peterson, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Clayton Scott, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • David Blaauw, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • David Neuhoff, Joseph E and Anne P Rowe Professor of Electrical Engineering, Prof of Electrical Engr and Computer Science & Assoc Chair, Dept of Electrical Engr and Computer Science, Division of ECE, College of Engr, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • David Wentzloff, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Demosthenis Teneketzis, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Duncan G. Steel, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Edwin Olson, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Elliot Soloway, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engr, Professor of Education, School of Education and Professor of Information, School of Information, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Euisik Yoon, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Fawwaz Ulaby, Emmett Leith Distinguished University Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Arthur F Thurnau Professor & Prof of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Fred Terry, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • GeorgeHaddad, Robert J Hiller Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Gregory H. Wakefield, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Herbert Winful, Arthur F Thurnau Professor and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Ian Hiskens, Vennema Professor of Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Jack East, Research Scientist Emeritus, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Jamie Phillips, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Jeff Fessler, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Jess Grizzle, Elmer G Gilbert Distinguished University Professor of Engineering, Jerry W and Carol L Levin Professor of Engineering, Prof of Elec Engr and Comp Sci and Prof of Mechanical Engr, College of Engr, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • John P. Hayes, Claude E Shannon Professor of Engineering Science and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Kamal Sarabandi, Rufus S Teesdale Professor of Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Kang G. Shin, Kevin and Nancy O'Connor Professor of Computer Science and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Karem Sakallah, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Kensall D. Wise, William Gould Dow Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Prof Emeritus of EECS, Prof Emeritus of Biomedical Engr and Prof Emeritus of AOSS, Engr, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Khalil Najafi, Schlumberger Professor of Engineering, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Professor of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Kim Allen Winick, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Kurt Metzger, Associate Research Scientist, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Laura Balzano, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Leland E PIerce, Associate Research Scientist, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Lynn Conway, Professor Emerita, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Michael j. Welsh, Ph.D., Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Michael P Flynn, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Mina Rais-Zadeh, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Mingyan Liu, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Mohammed N. Islam, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Necmiye Ozay, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Pallab Bhattacharya, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Peicheng Ku, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Raj Rao, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Ronald J Lomax, Professor Emeritus, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Sandeep Pradhan, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Shai Revzen, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Stephen Rand, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Sugih Jamin, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Theodore B. Norris, Gerard A Mourou Collegiate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Trevor Mudge, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Valdis V. Liepa, Research Scientist, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Wayne Stark, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Yogesh Gianchandani, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Z. Morley Mao, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Zhaohui Zhong, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Zhengya Zhang, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Bernard J. Martin, Associate Professor, Industrial and Operations Engineering
  • Don Chaffin, Richard G Snyder Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of IOE, Prof Emeritus of IOE, Prof Emeritus of Biomed Engr, Coll of Engr & Prof Emeritus of Occup'l Hlth, Dept of Env Hlth Sci, SPH, Industrial and Operations Engineering
  • Jionghua Jin, Professor, Industrial and Operations Engineering
  • Mark Van Oyen, Professor, Industrial and Operations Engineering
  • Matthew Reed, Research Professor, Industrial and Operations Engineering
  • Richard Hughes, Associate Professor, Industrial and Operations Engineering
  • Robert L Smith, Altarum/ERIM Russell D O'Neal Professor Emeritus of Engineering and Professor Emeritus of Industrial and Operations Engineering, College of Engineering, Industrial and Operations Engineering
  • Stephen Pollock, Herrick Professor Emeritus of Manufacturing and Professor Emeritus of Industrial Operations, College of Engineering, Industrial and Operations Engineering
  • Xiuli Chao, Professor, Industrial and Operations Engineering
  • Alan Taub, Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Anish Tuteja, Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Emmanouil Kioupakis, Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Emmanuelle Marquis, Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Geeta Mehta, Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • George Wynarsky, Lecturer IV, Materials Science and Engineering
  • J. Wayne Jones, Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Jinsang Kim, Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Joanna Milllunchick, Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • John Allison, Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • John Mansfield, Associate Research Scientist, Materials Science and Engineering
  • John W. Halloran, L H and F E Van Vlack Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, College of Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Kai Sun, Associate Research Scientist, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Katsuyo Thornton, Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Larry Aagesen, Assistant Research Scientist, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Max Shtein, Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Pierre Poudeu, Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Rachel Goldman, Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Richard M. Laine, Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Steven M. Yalisove, Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Xiaoqing Pan, Richard F and Eleanor A Towner Professor of Engineering, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, College of Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering
  • A. Galip Ulsoy, William Clay Ford Professor of Manufacturing, C D Mote, Jr Distinguished University Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Alan Wineman, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Albert Shih, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Allen Liu, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Brent Gillespie, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • C David Remy, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Chinedum Okwudire, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • David Russell Dowling, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Edgar Meyhofer, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Eric Johnsen, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Gabor Orosz, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Hong G. Im, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • James Richard Barber, Jon R and Beverly S Holt Professor of Engineering, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Prof of Mech Engr and Applied Mechanics, Dept of Mech Engr and Prof of Civil and Environmental Engr, College of Engr, Mechanical Engineering
  • Jason B. Martz, Assistant Research Scientist, Mechanical Engineering
  • Jonathan Luntz, Associate Research Scientist, Mechanical Engineering
  • Jun Ni, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Katsuo Kurabayashi, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Kenn Richard Oldham, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Kevin Pipe, Associate Chair and Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Krishna Garikipati, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Massoud Kaviany, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Michael Thouless, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Mike Umbriac, Lecturer, Mechanical Engineering
  • Panos Y. Papalambros, James B Angell Dist Univ Prof of Engr, Donald C Graham Prof of Engr, Prof of Mech Engr, Chair, ISD, COE, Prof of Arch, A Alfred Taubman CAUP and Prof of Art, Penny W Stamps School of Art and Design, Mechanical Engineering
  • Pramod Reddy, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Samantha Daly, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Shorya Awtar, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Stani Bohac, Associate Research Scientist, Mechanical Engineering
  • Steve Skerlos, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director of Academic Programs, Undergraduate Education, College of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Vikram Gavini, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Grzegorz Filip, Research Investigator, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
  • Jing Sun, Professor, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
  • Kevin Maki, Assistant Professor, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
  • Klaus-Peter Beier, Research Scientist Emeritus, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
  • Marc Perlin, Professor, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
  • Matthew Collette, Assistant Professor, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
  • Nickolas Vlahopoulos, Professor, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
  • Ryan Eustice, Associate Professor, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
  • Alex Bielajew, Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • Alexander George Roy Thomas, Assistant Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • Annalisa Manera, Associate Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • Edward W Larsen, Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • Gary Was, Walter J Weber, Jr Professor of Sustainable Energy, Environmental and Earth Systems Engineering, Prof of Nuclear Engr and Radiological Sciences and Prof of Materials Science and Engr, College of Engr, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • John C. Lee, Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • Karl Krushelnick, Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • Kimberlee Jane Kearfott, Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • Lumin Wang, Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • Michael Atzmon, Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • Sara A. Pozzi, Associate Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • Thomas J Downar, Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • William R Martin, Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • Yue Ying Lau, Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  • Zhong He, Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences

COLLEGE OF LITERATURE SCIENCE AND THE ARTS

  • Howard Stein, Professor, African American Studies
  • Anne Pitcher, Professor, Afroamerican and African Studies, Department of (DAAS)
  • Elisha P Renne, Professor of Anthropology and Professor of Afroamerican and African Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Afroamerican and African Studies, Department of (DAAS)
  • Fernando Arenas, Professor, Afroamerican and African Studies, Department of (DAAS)
  • Frieda Ekotto, Professor, Afroamerican and African Studies, Department of (DAAS)
  • Kelly Askew, Associate Professor, Afroamerican and African Studies, Department of (DAAS)
  • Kwasi Ampene, Associate Professor, Afroamerican and African Studies, Department of (DAAS)
  • Martha S. Jones, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Assoc Prof of History, Assoc Prof of Afroamerican & Africian Studies, Assoc Chair, DAAS, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and Adjunct Prof of Law, Law School, Afroamerican and African Studies, Department of (DAAS)
  • Alan Wald, Professor, American Culture
  • Alexandra Minna Stern, Professor, American Culture
  • Amy Kuʻuleialoha Stillman, Professor, American Culture
  • Amy Sara Carroll, Assistant Professor, American Culture
  • Anthony Mora, Associate Professor, American Culture
  • Bruce Conforth, Lecturer II, American Culture
  • Colin Gunckel, Assistant Professor, American Culture
  • Emily P. Lawsin, Lecturer IV, American Culture
  • Jason Wright, Lecturer II, American Culture
  • Judith Daubenmier, Lecturer, American Culture
  • Julie Ellison, Professor, American Culture
  • Kristin Hass, Associate Professor, American Culture
  • Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes, Associate Professor, American Culture
  • lisa nakamura, Professor, American Culture
  • Maria Cotera, Associate Professor, American Culture
  • Paul Anderson, Associate Professor, American Culture
  • Sandra Gunning, Professor, American Culture
  • Scott Kurashige, Professor, American Culture
  • Scott Lyons, Associate Professor, American Culture
  • Stephen Berrey, Assistant Professor, American Culture
  • Alaina Lemon, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  • Andrew Shryock, Arthur F Thurnau Professor and Professor of Anthropology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Anthropology
  • Carla M. Sinopoli, Professor, Anthropology
  • Damani J. Partridge, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  • David Frye, Lecturer IV, Anthropology
  • Eric Plemons, Assistant Professor, Anthropology
  • Erik Mueggler, Professor, Anthropology
  • Gayle Rubin, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  • Gillian Feeley-Harnik, Professor Emerita, Anthropology
  • Holly Peters-Golden, Lecturer IV, Anthropology
  • Jennifer Robertson, Professor, Anthropology
  • John Kingston, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  • Joyce Marcus, Robert L Carneiro Distinguished University Professor of Anthropology, Professor of Anthropology, Curator, Museum of Anthropological Archaeology and Director, Museum of Anthropological Archaeology, LSA, Anthropology
  • Krisztina Fehervary, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  • Matthew Hull, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  • Michael Lempert, Assistant Professor, Anthropology
  • Mike McGovern, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  • Milford Wolpoff, Professor, Anthropology
  • Ruth Behar, Victor Haim Perera Collegiate Professor of Anthropology and Professor of Anthropology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Anthropology
  • Sarah Besky, Assistant Professor, Anthropology
  • Stuart Kirsch, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  • Thomas Chivens, Lecturer III, Anthropology
  • Tom Fricke, Chair, Dept of Anthropology, Prof of Anthropology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Res Prof, Survey Research Center and Res Prof, Population Studies Center, Institute for Social Research, Anthropology
  • Webb Keane, George Herbert Mead Collegiate Professor of Anthropology and Professor of Anthropology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Anthropology
  • Natalie Smolenski, Graduate Student, Anthropology and History
  • Paul Christopher Johnson, Professor, Anthropology and History
  • Tasha Rijke-Epstein, Ph.D. Candidate, Anthropology and History
  • Roy Clarke, Marcellus L Wiedenbeck Collegiate Professor of Physics and Professor of Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Applied Physics Program
  • David Rolston, Associate Professor, Asian Languages and Cultures
  • Madhav M Deshpande, Professor, Asian Languages and Cultures
  • William H. Baxter, Professor, Asian Languages and Cultures
  • Douglas Richstone, Lawrence H Aller Collegiate Professor of Astronomy and Professor of Astronomy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Astronomy
  • Edwin Bergin, Professor, Astronomy
  • Eric Bell, Associate Professor, Astronomy
  • Hugh D. Aller, Ralph B Baldwin Professor of Astronomy and Professor of Astronomy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Astronomy
  • Ian Roederer, Assistant Research Scientist, Astronomy
  • Joel N. Bregman, Heber D Curtis Collegiate Professor of Astronomy, Professor of Astronomy and Chair, Department of Astronomy, College of LIterature, Science, and the Arts, Astronomy
  • John Monnier, Associate Professor, Astronomy
  • Jon Miller, Associate Professor, Astronomy
  • Lee Hartmann, Professor, Astronomy
  • Margo Aller, Research Scientist, Astronomy
  • Mario Mateo, Professor, Astronomy
  • Mark Reynolds, Assistant Research Scientist, Astronomy
  • Mateusz Ruszkowski, Associate Professor, Astronomy
  • Monica Valluri, Research Associate Professor, Astronomy
  • Nuria Calvet, Professor, Astronomy
  • Sally Oey, Professor, Astronomy
  • Knute Nadelhoffer, Professor, Biological Station (UMBS)
  • Lucas Nave, Assistant Research Scientist, Biological Station (UMBS)
  • Amy Chang, Associate Professor, Biology
  • Lynn L. Carpenter, Lecturer IV/Advisor, Biology
  • Ursula Jakob , Professor, Biology
  • Ari Gafni, Professor, Biophysics
  • Kevin Wood, Assistant Professor, Biophysics
  • Anna Mapp, Professor, Chemistry
  • Anne McNeil, Associate Professor, Chemistry
  • Antek G. Wong-Foy, Assistant Research Scientist, Chemistry
  • Ayyalusamy Ramamoorthy, Robert W Parry Collegiate Professor of Chemistry and Biophysics, Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Biophysics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Chemistry
  • Bart M. Bartlett, Seyhan N. Ege Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Chemistry
  • Brandon T. Ruotolo, Assistant Professor, Chemistry
  • Brian P Coppola, Arthur F Thurnau Professor and Professor of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Chemistry
  • Charles L. Brooks III, Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis Professor of Chemistry, Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Biophysics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Chemistry
  • Eitan Geva, Professor, Chemistry
  • Francis Esmonde-White, Research Area Specialist Lead, Chemistry
  • Gary D. Glick, Werner E Bachmann Collegiate Professor of Chemistry, Professor of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and Professor of Biological Chemistry, Medical School, Chemistry
  • hashim al-hashimi, Visiting Professor of Biophysics and Visiting Professor of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Chemistry
  • John Montgomery, Professor, Chemistry
  • John P. Wolfe, Professor, Chemistry
  • Julie Biteen, Assistant Professor, Chemistry
  • Kerri Pratt, Assistant Professor, Chemistry
  • Kristina Hakansson, Professor, Chemistry
  • M David Curtis, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry; and Macromolelar Science and Engineering, Chemistry
  • Mark E. Meyerhoff, Philip J Elving Collegiate Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Chemistry
  • Melanie Sanford, Moses Gomberg Collegiate Professor of Chemistry, Arthur F Thurnau Professor and Professor of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Chemistry
  • Michael D Morris, Richard D Sacks Collegiate Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Chemistry
  • Nancy Konigsberg Kerner, Lecturer IV, Chemistry
  • Nathaniel K Szymczak, Dow Corning Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Assistant Professor of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Chemistry
  • Nicolai Lehnert, Associate Professor, Chemistry
  • Nils Walter, Professor, Chemistry
  • Paul Zimmerman, Assistant Professor, Chemistry
  • Raoul Kopelman, Richard Smalley Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry, Physics and Applied Physics, Professor of Chemistry, College of LSA and Professor of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering, Chemistry
  • Robert Kennedy, Professor, Chemistry
  • Stephen Maldonado, Assistant Professor, Chemistry
  • vincent L. Pecoraro, Professor, Chemistry
  • Zhan Chen, Professor, Chemistry
  • Sarah Swider, Assistant Professor, Chinese Studies, Center for (CCS)
  • Basil Dufallo, Associate Professor, Classical Studies
  • Carrie Wood, Lecturer II, Classical Studies
  • Christopher Ratté, Professor, Classical Studies
  • David Potter, Francis W Kelsey Collegiate Professor of Greek and Roman History, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Prof of Greek and Latin, Dept of Classical Studies and Director Academic Programs, Classical Studies, LSA, Classical Studies
  • Deborah P Ross, Lecturer IV, Classical Studies
  • Ludwig Koenen, H C Youtie Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Papyrology and Professor Emeritus of Papyrology, Department of Classical Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Classical Studies
  • Netta Berlin, Lecturer IV, Classical Studies
  • Ruth R. Caston, Assistant Professor, Classical Studies
  • Vassilis Lambropoulos, C P Cavafy Professor of Modern Greek Studies, Prof of Modern Greek Studies, Dept of Classical Studies, Prof of Comparative Literature and Adj Asst Res Sci, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, College of LSA, Classical Studies
  • Aswin Punathambekar, Associate Professor, Communication Studies
  • Christian Sandvig, Associate Professor, Communication Studies
  • Derek W. Vaillant, Associate Professor, Communication Studies
  • L Rowell Huesmann, Amos N Tversky Collegiate Professor of Communication Studies and Psychology, Prof of Communication Stds, Prof of Psychology, College of LSA and Res Prof, RCGD, Institute for Social Research, Communication Studies
  • Nojin Kwak, Associate Professor, Communication Studies
  • Kader Konuk, Associate Professor, Comparative Literature
  • Silke-Maria Weineck, Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Chair, Department of Comparative Literature and Professor of Comparative Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Comparative Literature
  • Yago Colas, Associate Professor, Comparative Literature
  • Charles Taylor, Lecturer II, Comprehensive Studies Program
  • Kelly Allen, Lecturer II , Comprehensive Studies Program
  • Brian Arbic, Assistant Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Chris J. Poulsen, Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Daniel C. Fisher, Claude W Hibbard Collegiate Professor of Paleontology, Prof of Earth & Environmental Sci, Prof of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Curator of Paleontology Museum and Director, Paleontology Museum, LSA, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Gregory J. Dick, Assistant Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Henry Pollack, Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Jeffrey A. Wilson, Associate Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Jeroen Ritsema, Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Jie Li, Associate Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Joel Blum, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, John D MacArthur Professor of Geological Science, Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences and Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of LSA, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Kyger C Lohmann, Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Marin Clark, Associate Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Nathan Niemi, Associate Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Philip Gingerich, Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Rebecca Lange, Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Rob Van der Voo, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Frank H T Rhodes Collegiate Professor of Geological Sciences and Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Rodney C. Ewing, Edward H Kraus Distinguished Univ Prof Emeritus of Geo Sci, Prof Emeritus of Nuclear Engr & Radiological Sci, Prof Emeritus of Mat Sci and Engr, COE & Prof Emeritus of Earth and Environ Sci, LSA, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Rose M. Cory, Assistant Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Tomasz K. Baumiiler, Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Udo Becker, Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Youxue Zhang, James R O'Neil Collegiate Professor of Geological Sciences and Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Stephen A. Smith, Assistant Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Aaron A. King, Associate Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Barry M. OConnoe, Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Catherine Badgley, Associate Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Deborah Goldberg, Elzada U Clover Collegiate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Diarmaid Ó Foighil, Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Earl E. Werner, Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Elizabeth Tibbetts, Associate Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • George Kling, Robert G Wetzel Collegiate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Jianzhi Zhang, Marshall W Nirenberg Collegiate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • John Vandermeer, Asa Gray Dist Univ Prof of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Prof of Ecology & Evolutionary Bio, LSA & Prof of NRE, SNRE, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Laura Eidietis, Lecturer IV, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Liliana Cortes Ortiz, Research Associate Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Mark Hunter, Henry A Gleason Collegiate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Professor of Natural Resources and Environment, SNRE and Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of LSA, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Meghan Duffy, Assistant Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Patricia J. Wittkopp, Associate Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Paul Dunlap, Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Paul E. Berry, Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Phil Myers, Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Priscilla Tucker, Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Regina S Baucom, Assistant Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Richard K. Rabeler, Associate Research Scientist, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Robyn J. Burnham, Associate Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Thomas E. Mooree, Emeritus Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Thomas F. Duda, Jr., Associate Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Vincent Denef, Assistant Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
  • Adela Pinch, Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Alisse Portnoy, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Aliyah Khan, Assistant Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Andrea Zemgulys, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Anita Norich, Tikva Frymer-Kensky Collegiate Professor of English and Judaic Studies, Professor of English Language and Literature and Professor of Judaic Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, English Language and Literature
  • ARIC D KNUTH, Lecturer IV, English Language and Literature
  • Brenda Marshall, Lecturer IV, English Language and Literature
  • Catherine Sanok, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Cody Walker, Lecturer IV, English Language and Literature
  • Daniel Hack, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • David Gold, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • David Halperin, W H Auden Distinguished University Professor of the History and Theory of Sexuality, Prof of English Lang & Lit, Prof of Women's Studies, Prof of Comparative Literature & Adj Prof, Classical Stds, LSA, English Language and Literature
  • David Porter, Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Douglas Trevor, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Eileen Pollack, Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Enoch Brater, Kenneth T Rowe Collegiate Professor of Dramatic Literature, Prof of English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and Prof of Theatre, School of Music, Theatre & Dance, English Language and Literature
  • G. Keith Taylor, Lecturer IV, English Language and Literature
  • Gillian White, Assistant Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Gina Brandolino, Lecturer, English Language and Literature
  • Jamie L. Jones, Lecturer, English Language and Literature
  • Jennifer Wenzel, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Jeremiah Chamberlin, Assistant Director, EDWP, English Language and Literature
  • John Whittier-Ferguson, Arthur F Thurnau Professor and Professor of English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, English Language and Literature
  • Jonathan Freedman, Marvin Felheim Collegiate Professor of English, American Studies and Judaic Studies, Professor of English Language and Literature, Professor of American Culture and Professor of Judaic Studies, LSA, English Language and Literature
  • Joshua L. Miller, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Karla Taylor, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Khaled Mattawa, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Laura Saetveit Miles, Research Assistant Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Laurence Goldstein, Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Linda Gregerson, Caroline Walker Bynum Distinguished University Professor of English and Professor of English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, English Language and Literature
  • Lisa Hermine Makman, lecturer II, English Language and Literature
  • Lucy Hartley, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Marjorie Levinson, Frederick G L Huetwell Professor and Professor of English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, English Language and Literature
  • Megan Levad, Assistant Director, Helen Zell Writers' Program, Adjunct Lecturer, Creative Writing, English Language and Literature
  • Megan Sweeney, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Melanie Yergeau, Assistant Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Michael Awkward, Gayl A Jones Collegiate Professor of Afro-American Literature and Culture, Professor of English Language and Literature and Professor of Afroamerican and African Studies, College of LSA, English Language and Literature
  • Michael Schoenfeldt, John R Knott Jr Collegiate Professor of English Literature, Professor of English Language and Literature and Chair, Dept of English Language & Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, English Language and Literature
  • Nicholas Harp, Lecturer II, English Language and Literature
  • Patricia S. Yaeger, Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Patricia T. O'Dowd, Lecturer IV, English Language and Literature
  • Petra Kuppers, Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Randall L. Tessier, Lecturer II, English Language and Literature
  • Sara Blair, Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Initiatives, Horace H Rackham School of Graduate Studies and Professor of English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, English Language and Literature
  • Sean R. Silver, Assistant Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Sidonie Smith, Mary Fair Croushore Professor, Director, Institute for the Humanities, Professor of English Language and Literature and Professor of Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, English Language and Literature
  • Stephen Spiess, Lecturer, English Language and Literature
  • Steven Mullaney, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Susan Najita, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Susan Parrish, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Theresa Tinkle, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Professor of English Language and Literature and Associate Chair, English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, English Language and Literature
  • Tobin Siebers, Vernon Louis Parrington Collegiate Professor of Literary and Cultural Criticism, Professor of English Language & Literature, LSA & Professor of Art and Design, Penny W Stamps School of Art and Design, English Language and Literature
  • Tung-Hui Hu, Assistant Professor, English Language and Literature
  • V.V. Ganeshananthan, Delbanco Visiting Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Valerie Traub, Frederick G L Huetwell Professor, Professor of English Language and Literature and Interim Chair and Professor of Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, English Language and Literature
  • William (Buzz) Alexander, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Professor of English Language and Literature, College of LIterature, Science, and the Arts and Professor of Art and Design, Penny W Stamps School of Art and Design, English Language and Literature
  • William Ingram, Professor, English Language and Literature
  • Yopie Prins, Professor of English Language and Literature and Professor of Comparative Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, English Language and Literature
  • Judy Dyer, Lecturer IV, English Language Institute (ELI)
  • Melinda S Matice, Lecturer II, English Language Institute (ELI)
  • Pamela S. H. Bogart, Lecturer IV, English Language Institute (ELI)
  • Gregg David Crane, Professor, Environment, Program in the (PITE)
  • Andreas Gailus, Associate Professor, Germanic Languages and Literatures
  • Annemarie Toebosch, Lecturer III, Germanic Languages and Literatures
  • Hartmut Rastalsky, Lecturer IV, Germanic Languages and Literatures
  • Helmut Puff , Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Professor of History and Professor of Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Germanic Languages and Literatures
  • Johanna Eriksson, Lecturer IV, Germanic Languages and Literatures
  • Karl-Georg Federhofer, Lecturer IV, Germanic Languages and Literatures
  • Kerstin Barndt, Associate Professor, Germanic Languages and Literatures
  • Peter McIsaac, Associate Professor, Germanic Languages and Literatures
  • Fritz Swanson, Lecturer II in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Global and Intercultural Study, Center for (CGIS)
  • Julia Hell, Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Global and Intercultural Study, Center for (CGIS)
  • jeff mcmahon, Assistant Professor, Herbarium
  • Anne Kristina Berg, Lecturer III, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies, History
  • Brandi Hughes, Assistant Professor, History
  • Brian Porter-Szucs, Professor, History
  • Carol F. Karlsen, Professor Emerita, History
  • Chun-shu Chang, Professor, History
  • Clement C Hawes, Professor, History
  • Dario Gaggio, Associate Professor, History
  • David William Cohen, Professor Emeritus, History
  • Dena Goodman, Lila Miller Collegiate Professor of History and Women's Studies, Professor of History and Professor of Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, History
  • Derek Peterson, Professor, History
  • Farina Mir, Associate Professor, History
  • Gabrielle Hecht, Professor, History
  • Gregory Evans Dowd, Professor of American Culture, Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, History
  • HITOMI TONOMURA, Professor, History
  • Hussein Fancy, Assistant Professor, History
  • Ian Moyer, Associate Professor, History
  • Jay Cook, Associate Professor, History
  • Jeff Veidlinger, Joseph Brodsky Collegiate Professor of History and Judaic Studies, Professor of Judaic Studies and Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, History
  • Joel Howell, Victor Vaughan Collegiate Professor of the History of Medicine, Prof of Internal Medicine, Medical School, Prof of History, College of LSA and Prof of Health Mgmt and Policy, School of Public Health, History
  • John Carson, Associate Professor, History
  • Jonathan Marwil, Lecturer, History
  • Joshua Cole, Associate Professor, History
  • Juan Cole, Richard P Mitchell Collegiate Professor of History, Professor of History and Director of Academic Program, Middle Eastern & North African Studies, International Institute, College of LSA, History
  • Kali Israel, Associate Professor, History
  • Katherine L. French, J Frederick Hoffman Professor of Medieval and Early Modern English History, Professor of History and Professor of Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, History
  • Kathleen Canning, Sonya O Rose Collegiate Professor of History, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Chair, Department of History, Prof of History, Prof of Women's Studies and Prof of Germanic Languages and Literatures, LSA, History
  • Kevin Gaines, Professor, History
  • Leslie Pincus, Associate Professor, History
  • Maris A. Vinovskis, A M and H P Bentley Professor of History, Professor of History, College of LSA, Professor of Public Policy, Gerald R Ford School of Public Policy & Research Professor, Ctr for Political Studies, ISR, History
  • Martin S. Pernick, Professor, History
  • Mary Kelley, Ruth Bordin Collegiate Professor of History, American Culture and Women's Studies, Prof of History, Prof of American Culture and Prof of Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, History
  • Matthew Countryman, Associate Professor, History
  • melanie tanielian , Assistant Professor, History
  • Mrinalini Sinha, Alice Freeman Palmer Professor of History, Professor of History, Professor of English Language and Literature and Professor of Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, History
  • Nancy Rose Hunt, Professor, History
  • Pär Cassel, Associate Professor, History
  • Penny M Von Eschen, Professor, History
  • Perrin Selcer, Assistant Professor, History
  • Rachel Neis, Associate Professor, History
  • Raymond Van Dam, Professor, History
  • Rebecca J. Scott, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Charles Gibson Distinguished University Professor of History, Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and Professor of Law, Law School, History
  • Regina Morantz-Sanchez, Professor of History and Professor of Judaic Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, History
  • Rita Chin, Associate Professor, History
  • Scott Spector, Professor, History
  • Sueann Caulfield, Associate Professor, History
  • Susan Juster, Professor, History
  • Valerie Kivelson, Thomas N Tentler Collegiate Professor of History, Arthur F Thurnau Professor and Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, History
  • Victoria Langland, Associate Professor, History
  • Will Glover, Associate Professor, History
  • Alex Potts, Max Loehr Collegiate Professor of the History of Art and Professor of History of Art, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, History of Art
  • Celeste Brusati, Professor, History of Art
  • Christiane Gruber, Associate Professor, History of Art
  • Claire Zimmerman, Associate Professor, History of Art
  • Elizabeth Sears, Professor, History of Art
  • Jennifer Nelson, Assistant Professor, History of Art
  • Margaret Cool Root, Professor, History of Art
  • Martin J Powers, Professor, History of Art
  • Matthew Biro, Professor of History of Art and Chair, Department of History of Art, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, History of Art
  • Megan Holmes, Professor, History of Art
  • Paroma Chatterjee, Assistant Professor, History of Art
  • Patricia Simons, Professor, History of Art
  • Raymond Silverman, Professor, History of Art
  • Rebecca Zurier, Associate Professor, History of Art
  • Susan L. Siegfried, Denise Riley Collegiate Professor of the History of Art and Women's Studies, Professor of History of Art and Professor of Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, History of Art
  • Thomas C. Willette, Lecturer IV, History of Art
  • Deborah Dash Moore, Frederick G L Huetwell Professor, Professor of History, Professor of Judaic Studies and Director, Judaic Studies Program, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Judaic Studies, Frankel Center for
  • Julian A. Levinson, Samuel Shetzer Endowed Professor of Jewish American Studies, Associate Professor of English Language and Literature and Associate Professor of Judaic Studies, College of LSA, Judaic Studies, Frankel Center for
  • Lenny A. Urena Valerio, Staff and Lecturer I, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Center for (LACS)
  • Acrisio Pires, Associate Professor, Linguistics
  • Andries W. Coetzee, Associate Professor, Linguistics
  • Carmel O'Shannessy, Assistant Professor, Linguistics
  • Deborah Keller-Cohen, Professor, Linguistics
  • Elaine McNulty, lecturer II, Linguistics
  • Jelena Krivokapic, Assistant Professor, Linguistics
  • Marlyse Baptista, Professor, Linguistics
  • Patrice Beddor, John C Catford Collegiate Professor of Linguistics, Professor of Linguistics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Linguistics
  • Robin Queen, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Chair, Department of Linguistics, Professor of Linguistics and Professor of English Language and Literature, College of LSA, Linguistics
  • Samuel Epstein, Arthur F Thurnau Professor and Professor of Linguistics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Linguistics
  • San Duanmu, Professor, Linguistics
  • Steven Abney, Associate Professor, Linguistics
  • Alejandro Uribe-Ahumada, Professor, Mathematics
  • Alexander Barvinok, Professor, Mathematics
  • Andreas Blass, Professor, Mathematics
  • Andrew Snowden, Assistant Professor, Mathematics
  • Angela Kubena, Lecturer III, Mathematics
  • Anna C. Gilbert, Professor, Mathematics
  • Arthur Wasserman, Professor, Mathematics
  • Daniel Forger, Professor, Mathematics
  • Daniel M Burns Jr, Professor, Mathematics
  • David E Barrett, Professor, Mathematics
  • David E Speyer, Associate Professor, Mathematics
  • David Sher, Postdoctoral Assistant Professor, Mathematics
  • Divakar Viswanath, Professor, Mathematics
  • Erhan Bayraktar, Susan Meredith Smith Professor of Actuarial Sciences and Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Mathematics
  • Gopal Prasad, Professor, Mathematics
  • Harm Derksen, Professor, Mathematics
  • Igor Kriz, Professor, Mathematics
  • ilker kocyigit, Postdoctoral Assistant Professor, Mathematics
  • Irina Arakelian, Lecturer IV, Mathematics
  • Jeffrey C Lagarias, Professor, Mathematics
  • Jeffrey Rauch, Professor, Mathematics
  • Jinho Baik, Professor, Mathematics
  • Joel Smoller, Lamberto Cesari Collegiate Professor of Mathematics and Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Mathematics
  • John Schotland, Professor, Mathematics
  • John Stembridge, Professor, Mathematics
  • Karen E Smith, M S Keeler II Professor of Mathematics and Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Mathematics
  • Kartik Prasanna, Associate Professor, Mathematics
  • Kristen Moore, Associate Professor, Mathematics
  • Liliana Borcea, Peter Field Collegiate Professor of Mathematics and Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Mathematics
  • Lydia Bieri, Assistant Professor, Mathematics
  • Mark Hagen, Research Assistant Professor, Mathematics
  • Mark Rudelson, Professor, Mathematics
  • Martin Strauss, Professor, Mathematics
  • Mattias Jonsson, Professor, Mathematics
  • Mel Hochster, Jack E McLaughlin Distinguished University Professor of Mathematics, Chair, Department of Mathematics and Professor of Mathematics,College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Mathematics
  • Michael Ernest Zieve, Professor, Mathematics
  • Mircea Mustata, Professor, Mathematics
  • Morton Brown, Arthur F Thurnau Professor and Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Mathematics
  • Nina White, Lecturer III, Mathematics
  • P. Gavin LaRose, Lecturer IV, Mathematics
  • Peter S Smereka, Professor, Mathematics
  • Peter Scott, Professor, Mathematics
  • Ralf Spatzier, Professor, Mathematics
  • Richard Canary, Professor, Mathematics
  • Robert Krasny, Professor, Mathematics
  • Robert L. Griess, Jr., Richard D Brauer Collegiate Professor of Mathematics and Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Mathematics
  • Roman Vershynin, Professor, Mathematics
  • Sarah C. Koch, Assistant Professor, Mathematics
  • Selim Esedoglu, Professor, Mathematics
  • Sergey Fomin, Robert M Thrall Collegiate Professor of Mathematics and Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Mathematics
  • Sijue Wu, Robert W and Lynn H Browne Professor of Science and Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Mathematics
  • Smadar Karni, Professor, Mathematics
  • Thomas Lam, Professor, Mathematics
  • Trachette L. Jackson, Professor, Mathematics
  • Virginia R. Young, Cecil J and Ethel M Nesbitt Professor of Actuarial Mathematics and Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Mathematics
  • William Fulton, Oscar Zariski Distinguished University Professor of Mathematics and Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Mathematics
  • Yaniv Plan, , Mathematics
  • Artemis Leontis, Associate Professor, Modern Greek
  • Andrzej Wierzbicki, Assistant Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Ann Miller, Assistant Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Anuj Kumar, Associate Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Blaise Boles, Assistant Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Catherine Collins, Assistant Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Charles F. Yocum, Alfred S Sussman Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Bio, Prof Emeritus of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Bio and Prof Emeritus of Chemistry, LSA, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Cunming Duan, Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Diane Spillane, Lecturer II, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Eran Pichersky, Michael M Martin Collegiate Professor of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology and Professor of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Erik Etlar Nielsen, Associate Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Gyorgyi Csankovszki, Associate Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Janine Maddock, Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Jayakrishnan Nandakumar, Assistant Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Jianming Li, Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Jim Bardwell, Rowena G Matthews Collegiate Professor of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, Prof of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, College of LSA and Prof of Biological Chemistry, Med Sch, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • John Schiefelbein, Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • John Yoshihisa Kuwada, Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Julian Adams, Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Kenneth J. Balazovich, Lecturer IV, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Kwoon Y. Wong, Assistant Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Laura Buttitta, Assistant Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Laura J. Olsen, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Academic Program Director, Undergraduate Program in Biology, Professor of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology & Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, LSA, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Lewis Kleinsmith, Professor Emeritus, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Lyle A Simmons, Assistant Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Marc Ammerlaan, Collegiate Lecturer, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Matthew Chapman, Associate Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Mohammed Akaaboune , Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Orie T. Shafer, Assistant Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Pamela Raymond, Stephen S Easter Collegiate Prof of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Rafiqa Ameziane, Lecturer III, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Raymond Barbehenn, Associate Research Scientist, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Robert Denver, Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Santhadevi Jeyabalan, Senior lecturer, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Sara Aton, Assistant Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Stefan Walter, Assistant Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Steven Clark, Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Sushama Pavgi, Lecturer IV, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Yanzhuang Wang, Associate Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
  • Janice L. Pappas, Assistant Research Scientist, Museum of Paleontology
  • johm b burch, Professor, Museum of Zoology
  • david michener, Associate Curator, Museum Studies
  • Anton Shammas, Professor, Near Eastern Studies
  • Carol Bardenstein, Associate Professor, Near Eastern Studies
  • Doron Lamm, Lecturer IV, Near Eastern Studies
  • Ellen Muehlberger, Assistant Professor, Near Eastern Studies
  • Gary Beckman, Professor, Near Eastern Studies
  • Gottfried Hagen, Associate Professor, Near Eastern Studies
  • H. Erdem Cipa, Assistant Professor, Near Eastern Studies
  • Janet Richards, Professor, Near Eastern Studies
  • Kathryn Babayan, Associate Professor, Near Eastern Studies
  • Piotr Michalowski, George G Cameron Professor of Ancient Near Eastern Civilization and Languages and Professor of Near Eastern Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Near Eastern Studies
  • Raji M. Rammuny, Professor, Near Eastern Studies
  • Rima Hassouneh, Lecturer II, Near Eastern Studies
  • Shachar Pinsker, Associate Professor, Near Eastern Studies
  • Terry Wilfong, Professor, Near Eastern Studies
  • Yaron Eliav, Associate Professor, Near Eastern Studies
  • Michael T. Heaney, Assistant Professor, Organizational Studies
  • Sara Soderstrom, Assistant Professor, Organizational Studies
  • Victoria Johnson, Associate Professor, Organizational Studies
  • Elizabeth Anderson, John Dewey Distinguished University Professor of Philosophy and Women's Studies, Arthur F Thurnau Prof and Prof of Philosophy and Women's Studies, Chair, Dept of Philosophy, College of LSA, Philosophy
  • Ishani Maitra, Associate Professor, Philosophy
  • Kendall Walton, Professor Emeritus, Philosophy
  • Laura Ruetsche, Professor of Philosophy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Philosophy
  • Peter Railton, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Gregory S Kavka Distinguished University Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Philosophy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Philosophy
  • Sarah Buss, Professor, Philosophy
  • Alan Krisch, Professor Emeritus, Physics
  • August Evrard, Professor, Physics
  • Byron Roe, Professor, Physics
  • Cagliyan Kurdak, Professor of Physics and Director, Applied Physics Program, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Physics
  • Carl W. Akerlof, Professor, Physics
  • Christine A. Aidala, Assistant Professor, Physics
  • Ctirad Uher, C Wilbur Peters Collegiate Professor of Physics and Professor of Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Physics
  • Dan Amidei, Professor, Physics
  • David Gidley, Professor, Physics
  • David Winn, Lecturer II, Physics
  • Dragan Huterer, Associate Professor, Physics
  • Emanuel Gull, Assistant Professor, Physics
  • Fred Adams, Professor, Physics
  • Georg Raithel, Professor, Physics
  • Gordon Kane, Victor Weisskopf Distinguished University Professor of Physics, Professor of Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and Professor of Art, Penny W Stamps School of Art and Design, Physics
  • Gregory Tarlé, Professor, Physics
  • Hui Deng, Assistant Professor, Physics
  • James W. Allen, Professor Emeritus, Physics
  • Jianming Qian, Professor, Physics
  • Katherine Freese, George E Uhlenbeck collegiate Professor of Physics and Professor of Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Physics
  • Kathryn Zurek, Associate Professor, Physics
  • Luming Duan, Professor, Physics
  • Michael Schubnell, Associate Research Scientist, Physics
  • Paul Berman, Professor, Physics
  • Robert Savit, Professor, Physics
  • Roberto Merlin, Peter A Franken Collegiate Professor of Physics, Professor of Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, Physics
  • T Michael Sanders, Professor, Emeritus, Physics
  • Thomas A Schwarz, Assistant Professor, Physics
  • Vanessa Sih, Assistant Professor, Physics
  • Wolfgang Lorenzon, Professor, Physics
  • Yuri Popov, Lecturer II, Physics
  • Allen Hicken, Associate Professor, Political Science
  • Ann Chih Lin, Associate Professor, Political Science
  • Anna Grzymala-Busse, Ronald & Eileen Weiser Prof of Europ & Eurasian Stds, Prof of Pol Sci, Acad Prog Dir, Weiser Ctr Emerging Democ, Acad Prog Dir, Weiser Ctr European & Eurasian Std, Intl Inst, LSA & Fac Assoc, CPS, ISR, Political Science
  • Arlene W Saxonhouse, Caroline Robbins Collegiate Professor of Political Science and Women's Studies and Professor of Political Science and Women's Studies, Department of Political Science, College of LSA, Political Science
  • Edie Goldenberg, Professor, Political Science
  • Jenna Bednar, Associate Professor, Political Science
  • Kenneth Mori McElwain, Assistant Professor, Political Science
  • Lisa Disch, Professor, Political Science
  • Mary Gallagher, Associate Professor, Political Science
  • Pamela Brandwein, Professor, Political Science
  • Pauline Jones Luong, Professor, Political Science
  • Yuen Yuen Ang, Assistant Professor, Political Science
  • Carla Grayson, Lecturer II, Psychology
  • Cindy Lustig, Associate Professor, Psychology
  • Daniel Weissman, Associate Professor, Psychology
  • David E. Meyer, Clyde H Coombs and J E Keith Smith Distinguished University Professor of Mathematical and Cognitive Psychology and Professor of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Psychology
  • David Eby, Research Professor, Psychology
  • E. Margaret Evans, Associate Research Scientist, Psychology
  • Francine Dolins, Associate Professor, Psychology
  • Frederrick J. Morrison, Professor, Psychology
  • Henry M.Wellman, Harold W Stevenson Collegiate Professor of Psychology, Professor of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and Research Professor, Center for Human Growth and Development, Psychology
  • Jacinta C. Beehner, Associate Professor, Psychology
  • Jacquelynne Eccles, Wilbert McKeachie and Paul Pintrich Distinguished Univ Prof of Educ, Prof of Women's Stds, LSA, Prof of Educ, SOE, Res Prof, RCGD, ISR & Res Prof, IRWG, Psychology
  • Jill Becekr, Patricia Y Gurin Collegiate Professor of Psychology, Prof of Psychology, LSA, Assoc Director, Neuroscience Graduate Program & Res Prof, Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience Institute, Medical School, Psychology
  • John Schulenberg, Professor, Psychology
  • Joseph P. Gone, Associate Professor, Psychology
  • Joshua Berke, Associate Professor, Psychology
  • Joshua L. Rabinowitz, Lecturer III, Psychology
  • Jun Zhang, Professor, Psychology
  • Lilia M. Cortina, Associate Professor, Psychology
  • Nestor L. Lopez-Duran, Assistant Professor, Psychology
  • Pamela Davis-Kean, Associate Professor, Psychology
  • Patricia Gurin, Nancy Cantor Dist University Professor Emerita of Psych and Women's Studies, Professor Emerita of Psych & Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science and the Arts, Psychology
  • Patricia Reuter-Lorenz, Professor, Psychology
  • Phoebe C. Ellsworth, Frank Murphy Distinguished Professor of Law and Psychology, Professor of Law, Law School, Professor of Psychology, College of LSA and Faculty Associate, Research Center for Group Dynamics, ISR, Psychology
  • Priti Shah, Professor, Psychology
  • Ramaswami Mahalingam, Associate Professor, Psychology
  • Richard Lewis, Professor, Psychology
  • Rosario Ceballo, Associate Professor, Psychology
  • Sandra Graham-Bermann, Professor, Psychology
  • Sheryl Olson, Professor, Psychology
  • Stephanie J. Rowley, Professor, Psychology
  • Stephen M Garcia, Associate Professor, Psychology
  • Sylvan Kornblum, Professor Emeritus, Psychology
  • Terry E. Robinson, Elliott S Valenstein Distinguished University Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and Professor of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Psychology
  • Thad A. Polk, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Professor of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, Psychology
  • Thore J. Bergman, Assistant Professor, Psychology
  • Alina Makin, Lecturer IV, Residential College
  • Angela D. Dillard, Professor, Residential College
  • Charles Bright, Interim Director, Residental College, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Professor of Residential College and Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Residential College
  • Cynthia Sowers, Lecturer IV, Residential College
  • Dominique Butler-Borruat, Lecturer IV, Residential College
  • Elizabeth Goodenough, Lecturer IV, Residential College
  • Henry Greenspan, Lecturer IV, Residential College
  • Hubert IU. Cohen, Professor, Residential College
  • Laura Thomas, Lecturer IV, Creative Writing and Literature, Residential College
  • Martin W. Walsh, Lecturer IV, Residential College
  • Olga López Cotín, Lecturer IV, Residential College
  • Susan Pratt Walton , Lecturer IV, Residential College
  • Susan Rosegrant, Lecturer, Residential College
  • Warren J Hecht, Lecturer IV, Residential College
  • Adelaide Smith, Lecturer IV, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Alejandro Herrero-Olaizola, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Alison Cornish, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Andy Noverr, Lecturer IV, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Cristina Moreiras-Menor, Chair, Dept of Romance Languages and Literatures, Professor of Spanish, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures and Professor of Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • David Caron, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Enrique García Santo-Tomás, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Eric Calderwood, Assistant Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Gareth Williams, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • George Hoffmann, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Giorgio Bertellini, Associate Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Javier C. Sanjinés, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Jennifer Gordon, Lecturer II, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Juli Highfill, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Karla Mallette, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Kate Jenckes, Associate Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Kristina Primorac , Lecturer IV, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Lorenzo García-Amaya, Lecturer III, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • María Dolores Morillo, Lecturer III, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • María Dorantes, Lecturer IV, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Maria del Mar Freire Hermida, Lecturer I, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Marya T. Green-Mercado, Assistant Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Michelle R Orecchio, Lecturer IV, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Nicholas Henriksen, Assistant Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Niedja Fedrigo, Lecturer II, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Olga Gallego Smith, Lecturer IV, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Roger Butler-Borruat, Lecturer in French, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Susanna Coll Ramirez, Lecturer II, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Vincenzo Binetti, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • William McAlister II, Lecturer II, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • William Paulson, Edward Lorraine Walter Collegiate Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures and Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Yannick A. Viers, Lecturer IV, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Caryl Flinn, Professor, Screen Arts and Cultures
  • Damon Young, Assistant Professor, Screen Arts and Cultures
  • Johannes von Moltke, Associate Professor, Screen Arts and Cultures
  • Matthew Solomon, Associate Professor, Screen Arts and Cultures
  • Robert Rayher, Senior Lecturer, Screen Arts and Cultures
  • Yeidy Rivero, Associate Professor, Screen Arts and Cultures
  • Herbert J. Eagle, Associate Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Chair, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Associate Professor of Residential College, College of LSA, Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • Olga Maiorova, Associate Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • E. Ian Robinson, Lecturer IV & Assoc Research Scientist, Sociology
  • Fatma Müge Göçek, Professor, Sociology
  • Geneviève Zubrzycki, Associate Professor, Sociology
  • Greta Krippner, Associate Professor, Sociology
  • Margaret Somers, Professor, Sociology
  • Pamela Smock, Professor, Sociology
  • Renee Anspach, Associate Professor, Sociology
  • Sandy Levitsky, Assistant Professor, Sociology
  • Ambuj Tewari, Assistant Professor, Statistics
  • George Michailidis, Professor, Statistics
  • Liza Levina, Associate Professor, Statistics
  • Long Nguyen, Assistant Professor, Statistics
  • Robert Keener, Professor, Statistics
  • Shuheng Zhou, Assistant Professor, Statistics
  • Shyamala Nagaraj, Lecturer II, Statistics
  • Susan Murphy, Herbert E Robbins Distinguished University Professor of Statistics, Prof of Statistics, College of LSA, Res Prof, Survey Research Cntr, Inst for Social Research and Prof of Psychiatry, Medical School, Statistics
  • Tailen Hsing, Professor of Statistics and Chair, Department of Statistics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Statistics
  • Anne Ruggles Gere, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Gertrude Buck Collegiate Professor of Education, Prof of Education, Director of Academic Program, School of Education & Prof of English Language and Literature, College LSA, Sweetland Center for Writing
  • Christine Modey, Lecturer, Sweetland Center for Writing
  • Dana Nichols, Lecturer III, Sweetland Center for Writing
  • Dave Karczynski, Lecturer II, Sweetland Center for Writing
  • Jennifer Metsker, Lecturer II, Sweetland Center for Writing
  • Liliana Naydan, Lecturer, Sweetland Center for Writing
  • Naomi Silver, Lecturer IV, Sweetland Center for Writing
  • Anna Kirkland, Associate Professor, Women's Studies
  • Carol Boyd, Deborah J Oakley Collegiate Professor of Nursing, Prof of Nursing, School of Nursing, Prof of Women's Studies, LSA, Res Prof, Psychiatry, Med Sch and Res Prof, Inst for Research on Women and Gender, Women's Studies
  • Edward B. Goldman, Associate Professor, Women's Studies
  • Elizabeth R. Cole, Professor of Women's Studies, Professor of Afroamerican and African Studies, Professor of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Women's Studies
  • Elizabeth Wingrove, Professor, Women's Studies
  • Esther Newton, Term Professor of Women's Studies, Women's Studies
  • Julia S. Seng, Associate Professor, Women's Studies
  • Leela Fernandes, Glenda Dickerson Collegiate Professor of Women's Studies, Professor of Women's Studies and Professor of Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Women's Studies
  • Lisa Harris, Associate Professor, Women's Studies
  • Lisa Kane Low, Associate Professor, Women's Studies
  • Nadine Hubbs, Professor, Women's Studies
  • Naomi Andre, Associate Professor, Women's Studies
  • Ruby Tapia, Associate Professor, Women's Studies
  • Ruth Tsoffar, Associate Professor, Women's Studies
  • Sara McClelland, Assistant Professor, Women's Studies
  • Sarah Fenstermaker, Professor, Women's Studies
  • Victor Mendoza, Assistant Professor, Women's Studies
  • Wang Zheng, Associate Professor, Women's Studies

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

  • Amanda L. Garner, Assistant Professor, Pharmacy
  • Ara G. Paul, Dean Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Pharmacognosy, College of Pharmacy, Pharmacy
  • Beata Chertok, Assistant Professor, Pharmacy
  • David H. Sherman, Hans W Vahlteich Prof of Medicinal Chem, Assoc Dean for Res & Graduate Educ, Prof of Medicinal Chem, College of Pharm, Prof of Micro & Immun, Med Sch, Prof of Chem, LSA and Res Prof, Life Science Inst, Pharmacy
  • Duxin Sun, Professor, Pharmacy
  • Gus Rosania, Associate Professor, Pharmacy
  • Katarzyna Sobczyk-Kojiro, Assistant Research Scientist, Pharmacy
  • Scott D Larsen, Research Professor, Pharmacy

ROSS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

  • Andrea Morrow, Lecturer IV, Business Communication
  • Sugato Bhattacharyya, Associate Professor, Finance
  • Lloyd Sandelands, Professor, Management & Organizations
  • Fred M. Feinberg, Professor, Marketing

SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY

  • J. Christopher Fenno, Associate Professor, Biologic & Materials Sciences
  • Peter X. Ma , Richard H Kingery Endowed Coll Prof of Dent, Prof of Dent, Dept of Biologic & Materials Sci, Sch of Dent, Prof of Macromolecular Sci & Engr, Prof of Biomedical Engr & Prof of Materials Sci & Engr, COE, Biologic & Materials Sciences
  • Michael E Razzoog, Professor, Biologic & Materials Sciences - Division of Prosthodontics
  • Won-suck Oh, Clinical Professor, Biologic & Materials Sciences - Division of Prosthodontics
  • Rex Holland, Professor, Cariology, Restorative Sciences & Endodontics

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

  • Susan Dynarski, Professor, Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education
  • Robert Jagers , Associate Professor, Combined Program in Education and Psychology
  • Stuart Karabenick, Research Professor, Combined Program in Education and Psychology
  • Tabbye Chavous, Professor, Combined Program in Education and Psychology
  • Bob Bain, Associate Professor, Educational Studies
  • David K. COhen, John Dewey Collegiate Professor of Education, Professor of Education, School of Education and Professor of Public Policy, Gerald R Ford School of Public Policy, Educational Studies
  • Donald Freeman, Associate Professor, Educational Studies
  • Jeff Stanzler, Lecturer III, Educational Studies
  • Kristi Holmstrom, Lecturer IV, Educational Studies
  • Mark Thames, Assistant Research Scientist, Educational Studies
  • Pamela A. Moss, Professor, Educational Studies
  • Patricio Herbst, Professor, Educational Studies
  • Percy Bates, Professor, Educational Studies
  • Maria Coolican, Clinical Assistant Professor, Teacher Education
  • R. Charles Dershimer, Clinical Assistant Professor, Teacher Education
  • Susan B. Neuman, Professor, Teacher Education

SCHOOL OF INFORMATION

  • David A. Wallace, Clinical Associate Professor, Information
  • Joyojeet Pal, Assistant Professor, Information
  • Karen Markey, Professor, Information
  • Paul N. Edwards, Professor, Information

SCHOOL OF KINESIOLOGY

  • Beverly Ulrich, Professor, Kinesiology
  • Dale A Ulrich, Professor, Kinesiology
  • Jeffrey Horowitz, Professor, Kinesiology
  • Kathy Babiak, Associate Professor, Kinesiology
  • Kathy Kern, Lecturer III, Kinesiology
  • Louis Yen, Associate Research Scientist, Kinesiology
  • Stefan Szymanski, Professor, Kinesiology
  • Susan Brown, Associate Professor, Kinesiology
  • Victor Katch, Professor, Kinesiology

SCHOOL OF LAW

  • Daniel Halberstam, Professor, Law
  • David Haron, Lecturer, Law
  • Donald H. Regan, William W Bishop Jr Collegiate Professor of Law, Professor of Law, Law School and Professor of Philosophy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Law
  • George Joseph Vining, Harry Burns Hutchins Collegiate Professor Emeritus of Law and Professor Emeritus of Law, Law School, Law
  • James Boyd White, L Hart Wright Collegiate Professor Emeritus of Law, Professor Emeritus of Law, Law School, Professor Emeritus of English Language & Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Law
  • Kyle D. Logue, Wade H and Dores M McCree Collegiate Professor of Law and Professor of Law, Law School, Law
  • Lawrence Waggoner, Professor Emeritus, Law
  • Nicholas Calcina Howson, Professor, Law
  • Reuven Avi-Yonah, Irwin I Cohn Professor of Law and Professor of Law, Law School, Law
  • Sonja Starr, Professor, Law
  • Thomas A Green, John Philip Dawson Collegiate Professor Emeritus of Law, Professor Emeritus of Law, Law School and Professor Emeritus of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Law
  • William I Miller, Professor, Law
  • William Novak, Charles F and Edith J Clyne Professor of Law, Professor of Law, Law School and Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Law

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

  • Philip Andrews, Professor, Biological Chemistry
  • Dawen Cai, Assistant Professor, Cell and Developmental Biology
  • Diane Fingar, Associate Professor, Cell and Developmental Biology
  • Roman J. Giger, Associate Professor, Cell and Developmental Biology
  • Stephen A. Ernst, Professor, Cell and Developmental Biology
  • Amy Beth Locke, Assistant Professor, Family Medicine
  • Christine W. Krause, M.D., Assistant Professor, Family Medicine
  • Katherine J. Gold, Assistant Professor, Family Medicine
  • Mack T Ruffin IV, MD, MPH, Dr Max and Buena Lichter Research Professor of Family Medicine, Asst Chair, Dept of Family Medicine, Prof of Family Medicine, Medical School & Assistant Res Sci, Epidemiology, School of Public Health, Family Medicine
  • Masahito Jimbo, Associate Professor, Family Medicine
  • Michael D. Fetters, Professor, Family Medicine
  • Michael Klinkman, MD, MS, Professor, Family Medicine
  • Mikel Llanes, Clinical Lecturer, Family Medicine
  • Suzanna M Zick, Research Associate Professor, Family Medicine
  • Zora Djuric, Research Professor, Family Medicine
  • Kaitlin Flynn, Research Scientist, Microbiology and Immunology
  • Maria G Castro, Professor, Neurosurgery
  • Pedro R. Lowenstein, Professor, Neurosurgery
  • Jean-Francois Rual, Assistant Professor, Pathology
  • Kevin Dombkowski, Research Associate Professor, Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases - General Pediatrics
  • J. Todd Arnedt, Associate Professor, Psychiatry

SCHOOL OF MUSIC, THEATRE, & DANCE

  • Evan Chambers, Professor, Composition
  • Amy Chavasse, Associate Professor, Dance
  • Beth Genne, Professor, Dance
  • Glenn De Young, Professor, Dance
  • Jessica Fogel, Professor, Dance
  • Melissa Beck, Lecturer II, Dance
  • Robin Marie Wilson, Associate Professor, Dance
  • Edward W. Sarath, Professor, Jazz & contemporary improvisation
  • Alison DeSimone, Lecturer I, Musicology
  • Joseph Lam, Professor, Musicology
  • Andrew Kirshner, Associate Professor, Performing arts technology
  • Jason Corey, Associate Professor, Performing arts technology
  • Michael Gurevich, Assistant Professor, Performing arts technology
  • Stephen Rush, Professor, Performing arts technology
  • Christopher Harding, Associate Professor, Piano
  • Anita Gonzalez, Professor, Theatre & Drama
  • Ashley Lucas, Associate Professor, Theatre & Drama
  • Holly Hughes, Professor, Theatre & Drama
  • Leigh Woods, Professor, Theatre & Drama
  • Malcolm Tulip, Associate Professor, Theatre & Drama

SCHOOL OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT

  • Arn Agrawal, Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Avik Basu, Lecturer, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Bilal Butt, Assistant Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Bradley J. Cardinale, Associate Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Burton V. Barnes, Arthur F Thurnau Professor Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Forestry, School of Natural Resources and Environment, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Catherine Riseng, Assistant Research Scientist, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Dan Brown, Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Dmitry Beletsky, Associate Research Scientist, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Hongyan Zhang, Assistant Research Scientist, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Ines Ibanez, Assistant Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Ivette Perfecto, George Willis Pack Professor and Professor of Natural Resources and Environment, School of Natural Resources and Environment, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • James Diana, Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Julia Wondolleck, Associate Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Maria Carmen Lemos, Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • MaryCarol Hunter, Associate Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • MIchael J Wiley, Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Michaela Zint, Associate Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Raymond De Young, Associate Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
  • William S. Currie, Associate Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment

SCHOOL OF NURSING

  • Carolyn M. Sampselle, Professor, Nursing
  • Chin Hwa Dahlem, Clinical Assistant Professor, Nursing
  • Cynthia Darling-Fisher, Clinical Assistant Professor, Nursing
  • Judith M. Wismont, Lecturer IV, Nursing
  • Laura Carter, Clinical Instructor, Nursing
  • Megan Eagle, Clinical Instructor, Nursing
  • Rosemary Ziemba, Clinical Assistant Professor, Nursing
  • Ruth Barnard, Associate Professor Emerita, Nursing
  • Ruth E Zielinski, Associate Professor, Nursing

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

  • Alex Tsodikov, Professor, Biostatistics
  • Ananda Sen, Research Associate Professor, Biostatistics
  • Bhramar Mukherjee, Professor, Biostatistics
  • Bin Nan, Professor, Biostatistics
  • Cathie Spino, Research Associate Professor, Biostatistics
  • Douglas Earl Schaubel, Professor, Biostatistics
  • Hui Jiang, Assistant Professor, Biostatistics
  • Hyun Min Kang, Assistant Professor, Biostatistics
  • John Kalbfleisch, Professor, Biostatistics
  • Kelley Kidwell, Research Assistant Professor, Biostatistics
  • Laura Scott, Research Associate Professor, Biostatistics
  • Michael Boehnke, Richard G Cornell Distinguished University Professor of Biostatistics and Professor of Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Biostatistics
  • Michael Elliott, Professor, Biostatistics
  • Niko Kaciroti, Associate Research Scientist, Biostatistics
  • Peter Song, Professor, Biostatistics
  • Philip Boonstra, Research Assistant Professor, Biostatistics
  • Roderick Little, Richard D Remington Distinguished Univ Prof of Biostatistics, Richard D Remington Collegiate Prof of Biostatistics, Prof of Biostatistics, SPH, Prof of Statistics, LSA & Res Prof, Survey Res Ctr, ISR, Biostatistics
  • Sebastian Zoellner, Associate Professor, Biostatistics
  • Thomas M. Braun, Professor, Biostatistics
  • Timothy D. Johnson, Professor, Biostatistics
  • Trivellore Raghunathan, Professor of Biostatistics, Chair, Department of Biostatistics, School of Public Health and Research Professor, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, Biostatistics
  • Veronica Berrocal, Assistant Professor, Biostatistics
  • Wen Ye, Research Assistant Professor, Biostatistics
  • Xiaoquan Wen, Assistant Professor, Biostatistics
  • Yi Li, Professor, Biostatistics
  • Andrew Ault, Assistant Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
  • Andrew Maynard, NSF International Department Chair of Environmental Health Sciences, Chair, Department of Environmental Health Sciences and Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, Environmental Health Sciences
  • Chuanwu Xi, Assistant Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
  • edward t. zellers, Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
  • Laura Rozek, Assistant Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
  • Marie O'Neill, Associate Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
  • Masako Morishita, Research Assistant Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
  • Olivier Jolliet, Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
  • Peter Mancuso, Associate Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
  • Rick Neitzel, Assistant Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
  • Alexander Rickard, Assistant Professor, Epidemiology
  • Allison Aiello, Associate Professor, Epidemiology
  • Ana Baylin, Associate Professor, Epidemiology
  • Ana V. Diez Roux, , Epidemiology
  • Arnold S Monto, Thomas Francis Jr Collegiate Professor of Public Health and Professor of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, Epidemiology
  • Belinda Needham, Research Assistant Professor, Epidemiology
  • Betsy Foxman, Hunein F and Hilda Maassab Endowed Professor of Epidemiology and Professor of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, Epidemiology
  • Carlos Mendes de Leon, Professor, Epidemiology
  • Carrie Karvonen-Gutierrez, Research Assistant Professor, Epidemiology
  • Eden Wells, Clinical Associate Professor, Epidemiology
  • Eduardo Villamor, Associate Professor, Epidemiology
  • George Kaplan, Professor, Epidemiology
  • Hal Morgenstern, Professor, Epidemiology
  • James S. Koopman, Professor, Epidemiology
  • Jennifer Smith, Assistant Research Scientist, Epidemiology
  • JoLynn P. Montgomery, Assistant Research Scientist, Epidemiology
  • Joseph Eisenberg, Associate Professor, Epidemiology
  • Mark L. Wilson, Professor, Epidemiology
  • Matthew L. Boulton, Associate Professor, Epidemiology
  • Rafael Meza, Assistant Professor, Epidemiology
  • Sioban Harlow, Professor, Epidemiology
  • Alison Miller, Research Assistant Professor, Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Amy J Schulz, Professor, Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Arline Geronimus, Professor, Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Chris Coombe, Assistant Research Scientist, Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Kirsten Herold, Lecturer III, Vice President LEO, Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Marc Zimmerman, Prof of Health Behavior and Health Education, School of Public Health, Prof of Psychology, LSA & Res Prof, Center for Human Growth and Development, Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Mary Janevic, Assistant Research Scientist, Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Minal Patel, Assistant Professor, Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Neal Krause, Marshall H Becker Collegeiate Professor of Public Health and Professor of Health Behavior and Health Education, School of Public Health, Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Ritesh Mistry, Assistant Professor, Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Toby Jayaratne, Assistant Research Scientist, Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Angela J Beck, Research Assistant Professor, Health Management and Policy
  • Christy Harris Lemak, Associate Professor, Health Management and Policy
  • Holly Jarman, Research Assistant Professor, Health Management and Policy
  • John H. Romani, Professor Emeritus Of Public Health Admninistration, Health Management and Policy
  • Kenneth E. Warner, Avedis Donabedian Distinguished University Professor of Public Health and Professor of Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health, Health Management and Policy
  • Peter D. Jacobson, Professor, Health Management and Policy
  • Rajesh Balkrishnan, Associate Professor, Health Management and Policy
  • Rashid Bashshur, Professor, Health Management and Policy
  • Richard Lichtenstein, S J Axelrod Collegiate Professor of Health Management and Policy and Associate Professor of Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health, Health Management and Policy
  • Robert L. Kahn, Professor Emeritus, Health Management and Policy
  • Scott L Greer, Associate Professor, Health Management and Policy
  • Simone Singh, Assistant Professor, Health Management and Policy
  • Tam Nahra, Assistant Research Scientist, Health Management and Policy
  • Toby Citrin, Adjunct Professor, Health Management and Policy

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY

  • David Morse, Lecturer IV, Public Policy
  • James Duderstadt, President Emeritus and University Professor of Science and Engineering, Public Policy

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK

  • Andrew Grogan-Kaylor, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Barry Checkoway, Professor, Social Work
  • Berit Ingersoll-Dayton, Professor, Social Work
  • Beth Glover Reed, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Beth Sherman, Assistant Professor, Social Work
  • Brad Zebrack, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Brian Perron, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Dan Fischer, Lecturer, Social Work
  • Daniel G. Saunders, Professor, Social Work
  • David J. Tucker, Professor Emeritus, Social Work
  • Diane Kaplan Vinokur, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Edith A. Lewis, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Elizabeth Harbeck Voshel, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Eve Garrow, Assistant Professor, Social Work
  • John Tropman, Professor, Social Work
  • Jorge Delva, Professor, Social Work
  • Joseph Galura, Lecturer, Social Work
  • Joseph Himle, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Joseph Ryan, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Julie Ribaudo, Clinical Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Karen Staller, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Karla Goldman, Sol Drachler Professor of Social Work, Social Work
  • Kathleen Coulborn Faller, Professor Emerita of Social Work, School of Social Work, Social Work
  • Katie Richards-Schuster, Assistant Professor, Social Work
  • Kristine Siefert, Professor Emerita, Social Work
  • larry m gant, Professor, Social Work
  • Leslie Hollingsworth, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Letha Chadiha, Professor, Social Work
  • lorraine m gutierrez, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Professor of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work, Social Work
  • Lydia Li, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Mary B Ortega, Lecturer II, Social Work
  • Mary Ruffolo, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Michael Woodford, Assistant Professor, Social Work
  • Robert M. Ortega, Associate Professor, Social Work
  • Rosemary C. Sarri, Professor of Social Work, emerita , Social Work
  • Ruth Dunkle, Professor, Social Work
  • Sally Schmall, Lecturer, Social Work
  • Sandra K. Danziger, Professor, Social Work
  • Shane R. Brady, Lecturer I, Social Work
  • Srinika Jayaratne, Emeritus Professor , Social Work
  • Stacy L. Peterson, LMSW, Lecturer IV, Social Work
  • Thomas J. Powell, Professor, Social Work
  • Tom A. Croxton, Professor Emeritus, Social Work
  • Trina Shanks, Associate Professor, Social Work

STAMPS SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN

  • Adrian Deva, Lecturer II, Art & Design
  • Anne Mondro, Associate Professor, Art & Design
  • Beth Hay, Lecturer II, Art & Design
  • Carl Michael Rodemer, Professor, Art & Design
  • Carol Jacobsen, Professor, Art & Design
  • Cathy VanVoorhis, Lecturer II, Art & Design
  • David Chung, Professor, Art & Design
  • Endi Poskovic, Professor, Art & Design
  • Franc Nunoo-Quarcoo, Professor, Art & Design
  • Hannah Smotrich, Associate Professor, Art & Design
  • Heidi Kumao, Associate Professor, Art & Design
  • Jan-Henrik Andersen, Associate Professor, Art & Design
  • Janie Paul, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Professor of Art, Penny W Stamps School of Art and Design and Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work, Art & Design
  • Jill Greene, Lecturer II, Art & Design
  • Jim Cogswell, Arthur F Thurnau Professor and Professor of Art, Penny W Stamps School of Art and Design, Art & Design
  • Joseph E Trumpey, Associate Professor, Art & Design
  • Kathleen Rubin, Senior Lecturer, Art & Design
  • Kathleen Tremel, Lecturer, Art & Design
  • Kathryn B. Luchs, Lecturer II, Art & Design
  • Lily Cox-Richard, Assistant Professor, Art & Design
  • Melanie Manos, Lecturer II, Art & Design
  • Nancy Thayer, Lecture II, Art & Design
  • Osman Khan, Assistant Professor, Art & Design
  • Patricia Ferrer Beals, Lecturer, Art & Design
  • Phoebe Gloeckner, Associate Professor, Art & Design
  • Rachel E Esslinger-Payet, Lecturer I, Art & Design
  • Rebekah Modrak, Associate Professor, Art & Design
  • Seth Ellis, Assistant Professor, Art & Design
  • Sherrik Smith, Catherine B Heller Collegiate Professor of Art and Professor of Art , Penny W Stamps School of Art and Design, Art & Design
  • Soodeh Montazeri, Lecturer I, Art & Design
  • Stephanie Rowden, Associate Professor, Art & Design
  • Susan Crowell, Professor, Art & Design
  • Thylias Moss , Professor, Art & Design
  • William Burgard, Lecturer 2, Art & Design

TAUBMAN COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING

  • Andrew Herscher, Associate Professor, Architecture
  • Andrew Holder, Assistant Professor, Architecture
  • Anna Melissa Harris, Associate Professor, Architecture
  • Caroline Constant, Professor Emeritus of Architecture, A Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Architecture
  • Christian Unverzagt, Assistant Professor, Architecture
  • Craig Borum, Professor, Architecture
  • Doug Kelbaugh, Professor, Architecture
  • Harry Giles, Clinical Professor, Architecture
  • Jennifer Maigret, Assistant Professor, Architecture
  • Joy Knoblauch, Assistant Professor, Architecture
  • Linda N. Groat, Professor, Architecture
  • Lydia M Soo, Associate Professor, Architecture
  • Mireille Roddier, Associate Professor, Architecture
  • Mojtaba Navvab, Associate Professor, Architecture
  • Robert Adams, Associate Professor, Architecture
  • Wes Mcgee, Assistant Professor, Architecture
  • Joe Grengs, Associate Professor, Urban and Regional Planning
  • Lan Deng, Associate Professor, Urban and Regional Planning
  • Lesli Hoey, Assistant Professor, Urban and Regional Planning
  • Martin Murray, Professor, Urban and Regional Planning
  • Scott D Campbell, Associate Professor, Urban and Regional Planning
  • Kit Krankel McCullough, Lecturer IV, Urban Design
  • Robert M Beckley, Prof. and Dean Emeritus, Urban Design

UM TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH INSTITUTE

  • Anuj K. Pradhan, Assistant Research Scientist, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • C. Raymond Bingham, Research Professor, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • Christopher B Winkler, Research Scientist emeritus, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • Chunting Mi, Professor, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • Daniel Blower, Associate Research Scientist, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • James R Sayer, Research Scientist, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • John M Sullivan, Associate Research Scientist, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • John Woodrooffe, Research Scientist, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • Jonathan Rupp, Research Associate Professor, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • Kathleen D Klinich, Associate Research Scientist, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • Kristin Anne Lyman, Research Assistant, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • Lawrence Schneider, Research Professor, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • lidia kostyniuk, Research Scientist, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • Lisa Buckley, Assistant Research Scientist, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • Michael Flannagan, Research Associate Professor, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • Michael Sivak, Distinguished Research Scientist, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute and Research Professor, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • Paul A. Green, Research Professor, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute
  • Shan Bao, Assistant Research Scientist, University of MichiganTransportation Research Institute

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UPDATE: Wednesday, 22 January 2014
Revised AST Plan issued by Provost Martha Pollack on January 13, 2014

Dear Colleague:

I met earlier this week with Provost Martha Pollack to discuss multiple topics including the newly revised AST plan that she announced last week. In the following, I highlight the essence of our conversation.

    Fawwaz: Based on the feedback I have received from many faculty and staff colleagues, we welcome the tone and general approach of the revised multiphase AST plan. We fully support faculty and staff engagement in the implementation process, and endorse your intent to "maximize faculty and staff productivity while achieving needed cost reductions."

    I would like to offer the following recommendations:

    Reconstitute the AST Advisory Committee as an AST Oversight Committee with decision-making authority, and revise its membership to include prominent faculty members from several academic units. We recommend that the AST Oversight Committee be co-chaired by someone from Finance and someone from an academic unit, either a faculty or a senior staff member.

    Provost: The original AST Advisory Committee will continue with its current membership, but in addition to replacing Miranda with Thom Madden, Mark Burns [ chair of Chemical Engineering] will from hereon forward serve as co-chair of the Committee with Thom. [Mark has been one of four faculty members of the AST Advisory Committee since its inception approximately 1.5 years ago].

    Fawwaz: The revised AST plan calls for "the proposed workflow for the activities will be brought to faculty and staff for assessment and input to identify issues and features of the process that may need modification." Are these faculty and staff groups at the school/college level? Are such groups yet to be established? By whom?

    Provost: I respect the autonomy of the schools and colleges and expect each to establish its own faculty and staff review team. The faculty are welcome to work with their deans on making it happen.

    Fawwaz: Although this recommendation is unrelated to AST per se, it is at the heart of cost saving. UM suffers from mission creep; over the past 20 years we have added hundreds of staff to support public relations, newsletters, international programs, "student recruiting," development, etc. We should evaluate these auxiliary activities to determine how important they are compared with our primary mission of teaching and research. These secondary activities are untouched by AST. Does that make sense? Have we lost track of our priorities as an institution?

    Provost: I am fully aware of the overall growth in staff size, especially in student services. We have a much broader student body and they need a lot more support than we provided in the past.

    Fawwaz: Today, staff to faculty ratio at the direct-support level is about half what it was 20 years ago.

    Provost: I was not here 20 years ago, but I do agree that it is much lower now than it was 10 years ago.

    Fawwaz: And AST will make that ratio even smaller!

Concluding Remarks:

The provost has worked hard to reform AST as much as realistically/politically possible. She has delayed two of its three phases until Winter 2015, highlighted the importance of faculty and staff productivity, injected the notion of faculty and staff reviews into the implementation process, and deferred to the schools/colleges the details of how to constitute those review teams. Now it is incumbent on us (the faculty) to engage in the process in a collaborative way to make sure that AST is implemented in a manner that increases, rather than decreases, our productivity in teaching and research.

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UPDATE: Wednesday, 11 December 2013
Personal Attack on Dr. Miranda is Deplorable

Although feelings are strong and we might disagree passionately about AST and the Shared Services project, it goes against our university values of care and respect to personalize this issue. Individuals should not be confused with policies. Thus, we believe that personal attacks against Rowan Miranda, Associate VP for Finance, are neither acceptable nor productive to our university community.

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Open Letter Statistics
As of Tuesday Sep. 2, 2014 at 7:30am
  Faculty Count Signatory Count Percentages
School Number of TT Faculty Number of Non-TT Faculty Total Faculty Number of TT Faculty Signers Number of Non-TT Faculty Signers Total Number of Signers Percent of Total Faculty Signers Percent of TT Faculty Signers
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 324 149 473 172 40 212 44.82 53.09
COLLEGE OF LITERATURE SCIENCE AND THE ARTS 823 462 1285 521 108 629 48.95 63.30
TAUBMAN COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING 49 22 71 21 2 23 32.39 42.86
SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 52 104 156 5 0 5 3.21 9.62
SCHOOL OF MUSIC, THEATRE, & DANCE 110 38 148 18 2 20 13.51 16.36
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 103 50 153 73 8 81 52.94 70.87
STAMPS SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN 34 36 70 21 13 34 48.57 61.76
SCHOOL OF INFORMATION 25 6 31 4 0 4 12.90 16.00
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY 19 13 32 1 1 2 6.25 5.26
SCHOOL OF LAW 45 48 93 12 1 13 13.98 26.67
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK 44 22 66 38 6 44 66.67 86.36
SCHOOL OF KINESIOLOGY 28 16 44 7 2 9 20.45 25.00
ROSS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 104 49 153 3 1 4 2.61 2.88
SCHOOL OF NURSING 28 57 85 6 3 9 10.59 21.43
SCHOOL OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT 31 11 42 15 4 19 45.24 48.39
UM TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH INSTITUTE 0 0 0 3 15 18 0.00 0.00
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 38 34 72 12 4 16 22.22 31.58
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 793 1437 2230 18 3 21 0.94 2.27
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 26 29 55 6 2 8 14.55 23.08
Total excluding Medicine 1883 1146 3029 938 212 1150 37.97 49.81

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UPDATE: Tuesday, 10 December 2013
Meeting with UM Administration

To represent your voice vis-à-vis the AST issue and formally present the open letter, we formed a Faculty Working Group consisting of eight members of the university faculty from four different schools/colleges. The group requested and was promptly granted a meeting with the university administration.

At the meeting, which was held at 8am on Monday, December 9, 2013, the group also presented a brief letter (attached below) to President Mary Sue Coleman and Provost Martha Pollack.

We had a spirited and largely cordial conversation with the President and Provost. We urged them to halt the AST/Shared Services project, rescind the letters to the approximately 300 staff members directly affected by AST, and form task forces at the school/college level to identify mechanisms that can achieve our shared objectives of cost-cutting without jeopardizing our research productivity and institutional values.

Some members of our group heard encouraging signals that the administration is ready to rethink the design of the transformation primarily through consideration of regional or semi-centralized service models. Others were dismayed by the President's assertion that shared services would continue regardless of faculty protest. Concluding that we had heard a mixed message, we feel that it is not wise to interpret the President's response any further.

Instead, we invite her to communicate directly with the university community about the future direction of AST/Shared Services.

Until such time, we suggest the continuation of a broadly inclusive dialogue among faculty, students, staff, and the administration. We believe that both grass-roots and faculty governance activities should remain focused on the development of informed and creative solutions that adhere to our shared university values of financial sustainability, transparency, respect for individuals, commitment to research and teaching missions, and shared governance.


Letter Submitted by Faculty Working Group

December 9, 2013

Dear President Mary Sue Coleman and Provost Martha Pollack:

The University of Michigan is one of the world's great public research universities because of our research productivity, dedication to teaching, and fidelity to cherished institutional values of shared governance, transparency, and equity.

The implementation of AST, particularly Shared Services, has thrown our university into an unprecedented period of disruption and institutional soul searching. Many members of the faculty and the administration now find themselves at odds as we assess the appropriate role of high-priced consulting firms and business models in our university's organizational and academic culture. Unless we find common ground, it is likely that this situation of upheaval and uncertainty will persist. With this in mind, we believe it is important to address these pressing issues with alacrity and shared resolve.

As of today, 1,159 faculty members from 18 schools and colleges have signed our petition respectfully requesting the termination of AST/Shared Services. As ad hoc representatives of this large segment of the faculty, we would like to request that the Regents, President, and Provost seriously consider abandoning AST/Shared Services within the next 30 days and begin anew to work collaboratively with units to creatively address the profound budgetary issues we face. We are troubled by the fact that job reassignment interviews with the targeted 325 staff members are moving ahead and believe it is in everyone's best interest to halt this process and rescind the letters sent to these devoted employees.

The faculty is committed to working with the administration to realign revenues relative to expenses so that the university can continue to lead in cutting-edge research and teaching. Together we can identify team-based models for cost-cutting that are consonant with our decentralized organization, and that will not jeopardize our research productivity, continued high rates of external funding, commitment to teaching, and long-valued departmental cohesion. We respectfully ask that within the next 30 days you form college-or-school-level working groups to help plan for a more decentralized realignment of revenues and expenses.

There are silver linings in the troubled roll out of AST. This process has reminded us that any transformation of this magnitude must be guided by the principles of shared governance and transparency, and be in keeping with our deep commitment to workplace equity and a culture of care and respect.

With its tradition of strong fiscal management and visionary leadership, the University of Michigan can continue to be a path-setter, not a trend follower, for all public research universities that confront the challenges of diminishing public revenues and the need to judiciously grow private endowments.

We are grateful for your proven leadership and commitment to this great institution and we look forward to working together on productive solutions to these challenging problems.

Sincerely,

AST Working Group
Fawwaz Ulaby, Emmett Leith Distinguished University Professor of EECS
Gabrielle Hecht, Professor of History
Alexandra Minna Stern, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Professor of American Culture, and Professor of History
Kimberlee J. Kearfott, Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences (NERS), and Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Adjunct Professor of Radiology
Michael Boehnke, Richard G. Cornell Distinguished University Professor of Biostatistics
Ivette Perfecto, George W. Pack Professor of Ecology, Natural Resources and Environment
Joel Bregman, H.D. Curtis Professor and Chair of Astronomy
Michael D. Morris, Richard D. Sacks Collegiate Professor of Chemistry

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UPDATE: Friday, 30 November 2013

Dear Colleagues:

In the words of a senior UM faculty colleague writing about AST, he said "I have been on the U.M. faculty for over 40 years and have never before seen this level of faculty concern on any matter of university operation or governance."

To date, 1084 faculty have signed the "Open Letter", representing 35% of the faculty (both tenure-track and non-tenure track) in all academic units, excluding the Medical School. Of the large schools and colleges, the percentage of signers is 46% for both LSA faculty and Engineering and 51% for Public Health. Comparable percentages apply to Art & Design (64%), Architecture (31%), Natural Resources (43%), and Social Work (37%), and smaller percentages apply to the remaining schools and colleges. These percentages are based on the list of signatories as of Thursday morning, 28 November, which excludes the approximately 100 non-faculty co-signers (mostly graduate students and alums) who wanted to express their solidarity with the faculty over this issue. We thank them most sincerely, but since this is a faculty Letter, we have deleted their names from the list. The list of signatories includes 202 faculty members who are either former deans and executive officers of the University or current department chairs and named chairs.

NEXT STEPS:

To represent your voice, we have formed a small working group of faculty from across the campus. The group is requesting an urgent meeting with the Administration to formally submit the "Open Letter" and we will keep you updated throughout this process.