Faculty & Staff

Deborah A. McGrath

Professor of Biology and Assistant Dean of the Environment
Spencer Hall 167A / ext. 1991

James R. Peters

Professor of Philosophy, Coordinator of Environmental Arts and Humanities
Carnegie 201A / ext. 1581

C. Ken Smith

Professor and Co-Chair, Earth and Environmental Systems
Snowden 209 / ext. 3219

Sarah C. Sherwood

Associate Professor, Co-Chair Department of Earth and Environmental Systems, University Archaeologist
Snowden 220 / ext. 3396

Robert E. Bachman

F. B. Williams Professor of Chemistry, Director of the First-Year Program
Spencer Hall 263 / ext. 1336

Sid Brown

Professor of Religious Studies
Walsh-Ellett 215 / ext. 1529

Lisa Burner

Assistant Professor of Spanish
Gailor 230, Ext. 3140

Daniel Clay Carter

Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies
Woods Lab 110 / ext. 1418

Kristen K. Cecala

Associate Professor of Biology, Co-Director Island Ecology Program
Spencer Hall 152 / ext. 3153 (Sabbatical)

Aaron A. Elrod

Associate Professor of Economics
Carnegie 114 / ext. 3156

Jonathan P. Evans

Professor of Biology
Spencer Hall 153 / ext. 1304

Russell Fielding

Assistant Professor, Environment and Sustainability
Snowden 211B / ext.1815

John Gatta

William B. Kenan Jr. Professor of English
Gailor Hall 102A / ext. 1913

David George Haskell

Professor of Biology
Walsh-Ellett 213B / ext. 1528

JoyAnna S. Hopper

Assistant Professor of Politics (Sabbatical-Advent Semester 2019)
Guerry 204-B /Ext. 1356

Martin A. Knoll

Professor of Geology
Snowden 203/ ext. 1713

Karen Kuers

Professor of Forestry
Snowden 207 / ext. 1421

Roger S. Levine

Associate Professor of History
Walsh-Ellett 307 / ext. 1785

Pradip Malde

Professor of Art
Carnegie 305 / ext. 1537

Greg Pond

Professor of Art
Nabit Art Bldg 110 / ext. 1870

D. Bran Potter

Professor of Geology
Snowden 201 / ext. 1479

Stephen Allen Shaver

Professor of Geology - Emeritus
Retired

Andrew R. H. Thompson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Theological Ethics, Director of Alternative Clergy Training at Sewanee (ACTS), Director of Sewanee Ministry Collaborative
I never really set out to do environmental ethics. But in today’s world, where environmental harms magnify social imbalances, anyone concerned with the moral life must focus on reconciling human relationships with the natural world as well as with one another. My work in environmental ethics examines the ways cultural and social imaginations interact with environmental crises and seeks resources for shaping more constructive imaginations, drawing in particular on the work of ethicist H. Richard Niebuhr. I am especially eager to explore the implications of these ideas for the Church’s ministry, and can imagine no better place to do so than in the midst of Sewanee’s abundant natural gifts.

Scott Torreano

Professor of Forestry
Snowden 205 / ext. 1271

Christopher Van de Ven

GIS Instructor and Manager of the Landscape Analysis Lab
Snowden 105 / ext. 3354

Keri Watson

Assistant Professor, Earth and Environmental Systems
Snowden 216 / ext. 1116

John C. Willis

Jessie Ball duPont Professor of History
Walsh-Ellett 201 / ext. 1534

Scott Howard Wilson

Professor and Associate Dean for Global Education
Carnegie 106 / ext. 1173

Kirk S. Zigler

Professor of Biology
Spencer Hall 152 / ext. 3153