An Active Teaching and Research Faculty

Clark Honors College faculty are dedicated, award-winning teachers and groundbreaking researchers. Active in their respective fields, faculty know first-hand the hard work, persistence, and dedication required to take a project from concept to peer-reviewed publication, and are therefore ideally positioned to mentor and advise students as they work to master those same skills.

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Giants in the Classroom

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Alison Gash

For Professor Alison Gash, her dedication to teaching and her commitment to public policy are closely linked.

Professor Linday Hinkle, Clark Honors College

 Lindsay Hinkle 

"The classes that I’m going to teach — I want them to be more fluid and more exploratory in nature.”

ProfessorIan McNeely

Ian McNeely 

Professor Ian McNeely compares being a new faculty member at Clark Honors College to “just like being a kid in a candy store.”

Head shot of Lisa Munger

Lisa Munger 

Donning 100 pounds of SCUBA gear, Lisa Munger dove into the icy waters of Antarctica 40 times to study her favorite marine mammals, Weddell seals. 

Hot Off the Press!

Recent Books by Faculty

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Book Cover of Homeless Tongues by Monique Balbuena
Fresca -- A Life in the Making: A Biographer's Quest for a Forgotten Bloomsbury Polymath
Book Cover of The Experiment Must Continue by Melissa Graboyes
Book Cover of Intellectual Manhood by Tim Williams
Casey Shoop in class
They Make the Magic

Faculty are essential to the student experience.

The close mentorship provided by honors college faculty is one of the most memorable parts of a CHC education, creating bonds that last long after students leave our halls.

Help us attract and support world-class faculty through an endowed chair or professorship.

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