Faculty

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NEW FACULTY

Merrimack has welcomed 31 instructors and researchers to the ranks of the full-time faculty this fall. They are as follows:

School of Education and Social Policy

  • Justine Bulgar-Medina, lecturer in criminology
  • Rev. Stephen Curry, O.S.A., lecturer in education and special assistant to the dean
  • Marie Galinski, professor of practice in education
  • Stephanie Smith, lecturer in criminology
  • Sharon Shore Taitelbaum, professor of practice in education

Girard School of Business

  • Rodrigo Bandeira de Mello, associate professor in management
  • Valerie Bell, assistant professor in management
  • Fan Chen, assistant professor in accounting and finance
  • Kaveh Moradi Dezfouli, professor of practice in accounting and finance
  • Michael Hyman, assistant professor of accounting and finance

School of Liberal Arts

  • Lauren “Tess” Bundy, assistant professor of history
  • John Coakley, lecturer in history
  • Emma Duffy-Comparone, assistant professor in English
  • Lisa Fuller, assistant professor in philosophy
  • Kevin McGravey, lecturer in political science
  • Debra Michals, assistant professor and director of women’s and gender studies
  • Azara Santiago-Rivera, professor and director of clinical mental health counseling

School of Science and Engineering

  • Sadegh Asgari, assistant professor of civil engineering
  • Sarah Benes, lecturer in health science and senior director of graduate studies
  • April Bowling, assistant professor in health science
  • Rickey Caldwell, assistant professor of mechanical engineering
  • Christopher Duston, assistant professor of physics
  • David Mandeville, lecturer in health science
  • Bethe McBride, lecturer in mathematics
  • Justin Murray, lecturer in civil engineering
  • Julie Anne Noone, lecturer in mathematics
  • Azam Noori, assistant professor of biology
  • Julia St. Goar, assistant professor of mathematics
  • Tunde Szivak, assistant professor of health science
  • Sujatha Thiruvengadathan, lecturer in mathematics
  • Walter Tingle, lecturer in mechanical engineering

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