Retired Humanities and Social Sciences faculty reconnected and reminisced on May 20 at a brunch honoring their service to the college.
The event, held in Talley Student Union, allowed professors representing the college’s many departments and programs to engage with one another and current department heads and staff over brunch. Dean Jeff Braden also updated attendees on the latest college news and thanked donors who continue to support the college’s efforts.
Gifts from retired faculty help ensure funding for study abroad, student and faculty research, tuition scholarships and other college and department-level programs. To see how their gifts make a difference, visit our giving page.
Professor Emeritus of History Alexander De Grand.
Donald VanDeVeer, left, professor emeritus of philosophy, with Professor of History James Crisp.
John Riddle, professor emeritus of history, with Jerrell Coggburn, professor and chair of the Department of Public Administration in the School of Public and International Affairs.
Professor Emerita of English Carolyn Miller, right, with Ken Zagacki, head of the Department of Communication.
Doug Gillan, head of the Department of Psychology, with Professor Emeritus of Psychology James Luginbuhl.
Humanities and Social Sciences Board of Advisors members Kelly LeVoyer and Richard Ballou.
Professor Emerita of Communication Rebecca Leonard, left, with Professor Emeritus of Sociology Mohan Sawhney.
Roger Mitchell, left, associate professor emeritus of psychology, with Jeffrey Leiter, professor emeritus of sociology.
Professor Emeritus of Interdisciplinary Studies David Greene, left, with Associate Professor of Communication Ed Funkhouser.
Charles Coe, left, professor emeritus of public administration, talks with David Zonderman, head of the Department of History.