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Faculty Meetings

Below are the scheduled dates for faculty meetings. Meetings are held in the Esch-Hurvis Room of the Warch Campus Center and begin at 4:30 pm.


Term I Term II Term III
Tues, Sep 27 Tues, Jan 17 Tues, Apr4
Tues, Oct 25 Tues, Feb 7 Tues, May 9
Tues, Nov 15 Tues, Mar 7 Thurs, Jun 8



Term I Term II Term III
Wed, Sep 27 Thurs, Jan 18 Wed, Apr 11
Mon, Oct 16 Tues, Feb 13 Mon, May 7
Thurs, Nov 16 Fri, Mar 9 Thurs, Jun 7


Faculty Achievements

Gustavo C. Fares Professor of Spanish

  • Paper presented

    Wednesday, March 18, 2015
    Type: Paper presented

    “Memory and the politization of space / spatialization of politics in Buenos Aires’ urban space.” 2014 Midwest Modern Language Association (MMLA) Conference. Detroit, MI. November 13-16, 2014.

Peter Neal Peregrine Professor of Anthropology

  • Offices (held/appointed to)

    Tuesday, June 2, 2015
    Type: Offices (held/appointed to)

    Re-appointed to the External Faculty of the Santa Fe Institute (3-year term).

  • Awards

    Tuesday, February 2, 2016
    Type: Awards

    Voted the "Lillian Mackesy Historian of the Year" by the Outagamie County Historical Society.

Rosa Tapia Associate Professor of Spanish

  • Paper presented

    Monday, August 8, 2016
    Type: Paper presented

    "Masculinity and Crisis in Contemporary Spanish Film" 18th CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE LITERATURA HISPANICA (CILH) San Sebastian, Spain July 7, 2016

Karen L. Carr McNaughton Rosebush Professor of Liberal Studies and Professor of Religious Studies

Jake Frederick Associate Professor of History

  • Books published

    Tuesday, February 21, 2017
    Type: Books published

    Spanish Dollars and Sister Republics: The Money That Made Mexico and the United States, co-authored with Tatiana Seijas of Penn State. Rowman and Littlefield, 2017.

    Tracing the history of the new nations of Mexico and the United States, Seijas and Frederick show how the creation of U.S. dollars and Mexican pesos paralleled these countries' efforts to establish enduring political and economic systems, clearly illustrating why these nations closed the nineteenth century on very different historical trajectories.

Scott Corry Associate Professor of Mathematics

Helen Boyd Kramer Instructor of Gender Studies

Mark Phelan Associate Professor of Philosophy

Meeting Minutes

The minutes from faculty meetings through 2011-2012 are located here. To see the minutes from September 2012 to the present, click on "Resources for Faculty" in the menu to the left.

Faculty Focus

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