Art – Ross McClain, Carolyn J. Watson, acting chair (Spring 2013)

Asian Studies – Shusuke Yagi

Biology – Dennis C. Haney

Business and Accounting – Suzy Summers

Chemistry – Lon B. Knight, Jr.

Classics – Christopher W. Blackwell

Communication Studies – Richard Letteri

Computer Science – Kevin S. Treu

Earth and Environmental Sciences – Brannon Andersen

Economics – Kenneth D. Peterson, Jr.

Education – Nelly J. Hecker

English – Lynne Shackelford

Health Sciences – William J. Pierce

History – John Barrington, Marian Strobel, acting chair (Spring 2014)

Mathematics – Mark Woodard

Military Science - LTC Thomas Gilleran

Modern Languages and Literatures – William G. Allen, Harlan Patton, acting chair (Spring 2014)

Music – Mark E. Britt

Philosophy – Sarah Worth

Physics – William M. Baker

Political Science – Danielle Vinson

Psychology – Beth Pontari

Religion – Sam Britt, Helen Lee Turner, acting chair (Spring 2014)

Sociology – Paul Kooistra, Allison Hurst, acting chair (Spring 2014)

Theatre Arts – Jay E. Oney

Library – Janis M. Bandelin

Urban Studies – Glen Halva-Neubauer, Aaron Passell, acting chair (Fall 2014)

Humanities – Margaret J. Oakes

Neuroscience – Victoria Turgeon

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