CLAS Collegiate Fellows

In 2001, the College initiated the Collegiate Fellows designation, through which senior faculty members not already holding named appointments are honored for their records of sustained productivity and distinction. A call for nominations is issued each year in early September. DEOs are invited to nominate faculty who have made exceptional contributions in teaching, scholarly and creative work, and leadership in service to the University, College, and Department.

A gift to the College from the late R. F. and Maryon E. Ladwig supports a discretionary teaching/research fund for each Fellow.

Collegiate Fellows (by year of appointment)

2017

  • Bernd Fritzsch, Biology

2014

2013

2012

  • Leslie Baxter, Communication Studies
  • Ruth Bentler, Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Florence Boos, English
  • John Finamore, Classics
  • David Gompper, Music
  • Thomas Lewis, Spanish & Portuguese
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2011

2010

  • Thomas Boggess, Physics & Astronomy
  • Weimin Han, Mathematics

2009

  • Paul Abbas, Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Alan Christensen, Psychology
  • Joe Kearney, Computer Science
  • Gary Small, Chemistry

2008

  • Jeffrey Cox, History
  • Alan MacVey, Theatre Arts
  • Kristin Thelander, Music

2007

  • William Davies, Linguistics
  • Vicki Grassian, Chemistry
  • Usha Mallik, Physics & Astronomy
  • Lauren Rabinovitz, American Studies/Cinema & Comparative Literature

2006

  • Constance Berman, History
  • Jerry Suls, Psychology

2005

  • Marc Armstrong, Geographical and Sustainability Sciences
  • Huston Diehl, English
  • Paul Muhly, Mathematics
  • Katherine Tachau, History
  • Steven Ungar, French & Italian/Cinema & Comparative Literature

2004

  • Lee Anna Clark, Psychology
  • James Gloer, Chemistry
  • Shelton Stromquist, History

2003

  • Brooks Landon, English
  • Michael O'Hara, Psychology

2002

  • Raúl Curto, Mathematics
  • David Wiemer, Chemistry

2001

  • Mark Arnold, Chemistry
  • Philip Kutzko, Mathematics
  • Gerard Rushton, Geographical and Sustainability Sciences
  • Myron Welch, Music