September 27, 2011

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By: Molly O'Brien-Foelsch

LEWISBURG, Pa. - One installed a living room in an art gallery. Another is expanding green design principles in the transportation sector. And yet another is examining how speech reflects underlying thought processes. These three new tenure-track faculty members, and eight others, have recently begun to teach and pursue research at Bucknell University.

In this final installment in a series of faculty profiles, Bucknell's new assistant professors describe their research interests and the ways in which they are challenging students to learn in depth about subjects across the disciplines.

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Jodi Black
Assistant professor of mathematics

Song Chen
Assistant professor of Chinese history

Kevin Gilmore
Assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering

Melvin Gonzalez-Rivera
Assistant professor of Spanish

Anna Kell
Assistant professor of art

Heidi Lorimor
Assistant professor of linguistics

Michelle Oswald
Assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering

Anna Paparcone
Assistant professor of Italian

Alejandra Roncallo
Assistant professor of international relations

Nate Siegel
Assistant professor of mechanical engineering

Claire Vaye Watkins
Assistant professor of English


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