September 20, 2011


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By Molly O'Brien-Foelsch

LEWISBURG, Pa. — Bucknell University's sixteen newest associate professors specialize in fields across the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Engineering and the School of Management.

Following recommendations from academic review committees, the Bucknell Board of Trustees granted tenure to the 15 of associate professors last April.

The professors focus on topics ranging from Hindu mythology, to brain signals, to China's role on the international political scene. In these recently launched profiles, the faculty describe their areas of research and their approaches to teaching.

New full professor profiles  || All student, faculty and alumni profiles

Matt Bailey
Associate professor of management

Kevin Daly
Associate professor of classics

David Del Testa
Associate professor of history

Erin Jablonski
Associate professor of chemical engineering

Jie Lin
Associate professor of electrical engineering

Sheila Lintott
Associate professor of philosophy

Paul Macdonald
Associate professor of religion

Mike Malusis
Associate professor of civil and environmental engineering

Karline McLain
Associate professor of religion

David Mitchell
Associate professor of political science and international relations

Linda Smolka
Associate professor of mathematics

Emily Stowe-Evans
Associate professor of biology

Joe Tranquillo
Associate professor of biomedical and electrical engineering

Lea Wittie

Lea Wittie
Associate professor of computer science

Zhiqun Zhu
MacArthur Chair of East Asian Politics, associate professor of political science and international relations

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