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FACULTY LISTING

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Emeriti

Faculty

Nashwa Taher, Teaching Instructor in the Arabic Language

         M.A. 2007, Ohio University

Caitlin Talmadge, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

         B.A. 2003; Ph.D. 2011, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Liang Tan, Assistant Professor of Accountancy

         Ph.D. 2011, Northwestern University

Mehmet Murat Tarimcilar, Professor of Decision Sciences

         B.S. 1981, Bogazici University, Turkey; M.S. 1984, Ph.D. 1997, Louisiana State University

Robin L. Tarpley, Associate Professor of Accountancy

         B.S. 1990, Howard University; M.S. 1998, Cornell University

Patricia Sari Tate, Associate Professor of Curriculum and Pedagogy

         B.S. 1970, Old Dominion University; M.Ed. 1976, George Mason University; Ph.D. 1987, University of Maryland

Juliana M. Taymans, Professor of Special Education and Disability Studies

         B.A. 1972, Ph.D. 1985, University of Maryland; M.A. 1976, George Washington University

Emmanuel J. Teitelbaum, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

         B.A. 1997, John Carroll University; Ph.D. 2006, Cornell University

Joel B. Teitelbaum, Associate Professor of Health Policy

         B.A. 1991, University of Wisconsin; J.D. 1996, Marquette University; LL.M. 1997, George Washington University

Abebayeha A. Tekleselassie, Associate Professor of Educational Administration

         Ed.D. 1995, Addis Ababa University; Ph.D. 2005, University of Buffalo

Henry H. Teng, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Geosciences

         B.S. 1982, Nanjing University, China; M.S. 1994, Temple University; Ph.D. 1999, Georgia Institute of Technology

Raluca Teodorescu, Teaching Assistant Professor of Physics

         Ph.D. 2010, George Washington University

Barbara Jean Thompson, Adjunct Professor of Counseling

         Ph.D. 1990, University of Maryland

Richard Thornton, Professor of History and International Affairs

         B.A. 1961, Colgate University; Ph.D. 1966, University of Washington

James B. Thurman, Associate Professor of Strategic Management and Public Policy

         B.A. 1966, M.B.A. 1972, Ph.D. 1978, Pennsylvania State University

Max David Ticktin, Assistant Professor of Hebrew

         B.A. 1942, University of Pennsylvania; M.H.L. 1947, D.D. 1977, Jewish Theological Seminary of America

Donald Tighe, Lecturer in Communication

         B.A. 1986, Duke University; M.P.A. 1999, Harvard University

Olga A. Timoshenko, Assistant Professor of Economics and International Affairs

         B.A. 2005, M.A. 2006, University of Western Ontario; M.A. 2008, Ph.D. 2012, Yale University

Jennifer Tobkin, Teaching Instructor in the Arabic Language

         M.A. 2004, Catholic University of America

Richard Paul Tollo, Professor of Geoscience

         B.A. 1972, Tufts University; M.S. 1976, University of New Hampshire; Ph.D. 1982, University of Massachusetts

Susan Tomasovic, Lecturer in Communication

         B.A. 1969, University of Missouri; M.A.I.S. 1990, George Mason University

Raul Tovares, Professorial Lecturer in Communication

         M.A. 1979, Universidad de las Americas; Ph.D. 1995, University of Texas

Stephanie Travis, Associate Professor of Interior Design

         M.Arch. 1994, University of Michigan

Tally Tripp, Teaching Assistant Professor of Art Therapy

         B.A. 1977, Roanoke College; M.A. 1981, George Washington University; M.S.W. 1986, University of Maryland

Phillip Troutman, Assistant Professor of Writing

         B.A. 1991, University of Tennessee; M.A. 1993, Ph.D. 2000, University of Virginia

Paul F. Tschudi, Lecturer in Counseling

         B.A. 1981, San Diego State University; M.A.Ed.&H.D. 1991, Ed.S. 2008, George Washington University

Takae Tsujioka, Teaching Assistant Professor in the Japanese Language

         B.A. 1993, M.A. 1995, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale; Ph.D. 2001, Georgetown University

Steven A. Tuch, Professor of Sociology and of Public Policy and Public Administration

         B.A. 1973, University of Massachusetts; M.A. 1976, Emory University; Ph.D. 1981, Pennsylvania State University