Faculty & Staff

C. Ken Smith

Professor of Forestry and Geology, Coordinator Environment and Sustainability, co-director Island Ecology
Professor of Forestry

John C. Willis

Jessie Ball duPont Professor of History, coordinator of Environmental Arts and Humanities
Walsh-Ellett 201 / ext. 1534

Aaron A. Elrod

Assistant Professor of Economics
Walsh- Ellett 313 / ext. 3156

Sarah Catherine Sherwood

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies and University Archaeologist
Snowden 200 / ext. 3396

Emily M. White

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Spencer Hall 256 / ext. 3549

Deborah A. McGrath

Professor of Biology
Spencer Hall 165 / ext. 1991

Russell Fielding

Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies
Spencer Hall 250 / ext. 1815

D. Bran Potter

Professor of Geology
Snowden Hall 114 / ext. 1479

James R. Peters

Professor of Philosophy
Carnegie 201A / ext. 1581

Sid Brown

Professor of Religion, Chair
Walsh-Ellett 215 / ext. 1529

Christopher Van de Ven

GIS Instructor and Manager of the Landscape Analysis Lab
Spencer Hall 177A / ext. 3354

Martin A. Knoll

Professor of Geology
Professor of Geology

Kristen K. Cecala

Assistant Professor of Biology
Spencer Hall 152 / ext. 3153

Daniel Clay Carter

Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies
Woods Lab 110 / ext. 1418

Jonathan P. Evans

Professor of Biology
Assistant Provost for Enviromental Stewardship & Sustainability
Spencer Hall 176a / ext. 1304

John Gatta

William B. Kenan Jr. Professor of English
Sabbatical leave 2014-15

David George Haskell

Professor of Biology
Currently on leave

Roger S. Levine

Associate Professor of History
Walsh-Ellett 307 / ext. 1785

Greg Pond

Associate Professor of Art, Department Chair
Nabit Art Bldg 110 / ext. 1870

Gerald L. Smith

Professor of Religion and Marshal of the University Faculties, Robert M. Ayres Jr. Distinguished University Chair
Gerald Smith teaches in the area of religion and culture. Smith's interests include rural religion, environmental and place studies, settlement history, material culture and cartography. His field work includes study of landscape, villages, churches, cemeteries, barns, and log and stone structures.

Kirk S. Zigler

Chair & Associate Professor of Biology, Island Ecology Program Co-Director
Spencer Hall 161 / ext. 1715