Faculty member, Patty Prelock

The Graduate College comprises outstanding faculty, engaged in mentoring students in the creation of new knowledge or development of professional skills.

The faculty members of the Graduate College are expected to make significant contributions to research in their fields while teaching the next generation of scholars, researchers and professionals to successfully pursue their goals after graduation. In short, our faculty provide a lively and engaging environment for creative and innovative thinkers who will make a difference in the world.

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New Graduate Faculty:

The following faculty have been given Graduate College appointment since the 2019-2020 Catalogue:

Chatterjee, Nimrat; Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics; PHD, Baylor College of Medicine

Conroy, Nicole; Assistant Professor, Department of Leadership and Developmental Sciences; PHD, Syracuse University

Ouellette-Morton, RebeccaP; Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Science; DPT, University of New England

Rosowsky, David V.; Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; PHD, Johns Hopkins University

Rowangould, Gregory; Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; PHD, University of California, Davis

Solverson, Patrick; Assistant Professor, Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences; PHD, University of Maryland-College Park

Wildin, RobertP; Associate Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Department of Pediatrics; MD, University of California San Francisco

PPractitioner-based appointment. Practitioner-based graduate faculty may serve as a member of a master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation committee, shall be entitled to one vote on all matters presented to the graduate faculty, and may serve as a graduate program director or coordinator appropriate to their discipline. Practitioner-based graduate faculty shall not serve as chair of a master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation committee, or be the primary advisor for a master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation.