Core Faculty

Clark Honors College core faculty members design the honors college curriculum, and teach, advise and mentor students. Core faculty are not only award-winning teachers, but also active researchers in their fields. Learn more about their fields of study, and opportunities they have for students to get involved, on their profile pages.

When asked what one piece of advice they would give to an incoming student, our graduating seniors overwhelmingly responded—"Go To Office Hours!"

Faculty host office hours every week, and their schedules are listed alongside their profiles, below. Most faculty are willing to set an individual appointment with you if you cannot come during the posted times.

Tobin Hansen

Instructor of Social Science
Clark Honors College
Phone: 541-346-5109
Office: 206 Chapman Hall
Research Interests: deportation, migration, borderlands and bordering, prisons and policing, gangs, gender, legal anthropology, ethnographic methods, testimony, community-scholarly collaborations, sociolinguistics, Spanish in the U.S., Mexico, Latin America

Lindsay Hinkle

Career Instructor, Chemistry
Clark Honors College
Phone: 541-346-8190
Office: 327 Chapman Hall
Research Interests: Inorganic chemistry, chemical education, and chemistry pedagogy