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Arts & Sciences Faculty


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    Alefiya Albers

    Associate Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2784
    aalbers@endicott.edu

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    Samuel Alexander

    Assistant Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-998-7618
    salexand@endicott.edu

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    David Bader

    Assistant Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2182
    dbader@endicott.edu

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    Riché Barnes

    Assistant Dean, Social Sciences
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2380
    rbarnes@endicott.edu

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    Kevin Burke

    Interim Chair, Criminal Justice and Security Studies
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2380
    kburke@endicott.edu

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    Mari Butler

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2483
    mbutler@endicott.edu

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    Gianluca Caterina

    Associate Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2258
    gcaterin@endicott.edu

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    Michael Diehl

    Associate Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2245
    mdiehl@endicott.edu

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    After receiving bachelors degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from Muhlenberg College, and a masters degree and Ph.D. from UMASS Amherst in Mathematics, Mike joined the faculty of Endicott in 2007. He has enjoyed teaching classes in both math and computer science, participating in numerous college committees and helping bring both minor and major degree programs in Math to Endicott. He is currently serving his third term as President of the Faculty.View full profile.
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    Beverly Dolinsky

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2194
    bdolinsk@endicott.edu

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    DR. BEVERLY DOLINSKY holds a PhD in Social Psychology. While at Endicott she has acted as Vice President of Student Affairs, Dean of Arts and Sciences, and is currently a Professor of Psychology. Dr. Dolinsky has played a leading role in many initiatives at the College including the creation of six new Baccalaureate degrees within the Arts and Sciences, a revision of the core curriculum, the implementation of the Freshman Seminar, strategically planned a co-curricular residence life programming model and the implementation of comprehensive health and wellness programs. In addition to program development, she has played a leading role in the College's assessment, evaluation and planning process. Her scholarship is focused within the areas of higher education pedagogy and student development. She teaches Social Psychology, Organizational Behavior, Psychological Perspectives, Statistics, Research Methods, and Senior Thesis.View full profile.
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    Karen Edwards

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2088
    kedwards@endicott.edu

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    Henry Feild

    Assistant Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-998-7793
    hfeild@endicott.edu

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    Dr. Henry "Hank" Feild graduated from Loyola College in Maryland with a B.S. in Computer Science and a minor in Mathematics. He went on to earn his M.S. and Ph.D in Computer Science from UMass Amherst, with a focus on information retrieval. He joined Endicott College in September 2013. Hank has worked with several technology companies and research centers, including the Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval (CIIR), Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), UpToDate, Yahoo!, and Microsoft Research (MSR).View full profile.
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    Amanda Finnegan

    Academic Coordinator, School of Arts & Sciences
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2196
    afinnega@endicott.edu

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    Jaime Freedman

    Internship Coordinator and Assistant Professor, Experiential Learning
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2363
    jfreedma@endicott.edu

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    Rocco Gangle

    Associate Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2325
    rgangle@endicott.edu

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    Associate Professor of Philosophy Rocco Gangle teaches a variety of philosophy and religion courses at Endicott. He has published journal articles in the areas of continental philosophy, political theology, philosophy of science, formal logic and philosophy of mathematics, and he has received grant awards from the Lilly, Davis and Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundations. Among the first to translate the work of French theorist Francois Laruelle into English, he is most recently the author of Francois Laruelle\'s Philosophies of Difference: A Critical Introduction and Guide (Edinburgh University Press 2013). With mathematics professor Gianluca Caterina, he co-directs the Center for Diagrammatic and Computational Philosophy.View full profile.
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    Wayne Gatlin

    Bio Lab Coordinator
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2125
    wgatlin@endicott.edu

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    Dylanie George

    Internship Coordinator and Assistant Professor, Experiential Learning
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2093
    dgeorge@endicott.edu

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    Charlotte Gordon

    Associate Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2350
    cgordon@endicott.edu

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    William Harney

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2173
    wharney@endicott.edu

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    Mark Herlihy

    Associate Dean, School of Arts & Sciences and Chair of Humanities
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2178
    mherlihy@endicott.edu

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    Dr. Mark Herlihy started at Endicott in 2001 as an Assistant Professor of History. He teaches "Salem Witch Trials," "Boston History," "Public History," and "American Suburbia," among other courses. He has presented papers at meetings of the American Studies Association, the Organization of American Historians, and at the Massachusetts Historical Society's Boston Immigration and Urban History Seminar. He is completing a book on the history of Revere Beach. Dr. Herlihy has been very active in the New England Historical Association, and served a term as President of the organization. A native of Winchester, Massachusetts, he earned a BA in English at Tufts University, and an MA and Ph.D in American Civilization at Brown University.View full profile.
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    Sergio Inestrosa

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2335
    sinestro@endicott.edu

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    I came to Endicott College in 2001. Here, I teach mostly Spanish classes, but I help some students that want to taste the flavor of Portuguese, so quite often I work with them twice a week. I also teach Latin American topics: cinema, history, and literature. I am very passionate about teaching and learning with others. I also write poetry in Spanish, I just published my third book: El fuego en tus palabras, Obsidiana Press, USA, it can be find at amazon.com. I am also the Faculty Athlete Representative, and I serve as a liaison here at Endicott. I am also member of the Hall of Fame Committee. My research areas are literature and politics. I got the Teaching Excellence award in 2006. I often lead groups of students to Latin America trips, mainly to Costa Rica, but also to Peru and Mexico in the past.View full profile.
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    Robert Jerin

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2184
    rajerin@endicott.edu

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    Jessica Kaufman

    Associate Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-5118
    jkaufman@endicott.edu

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    Jessica Kaufman is an Associate Professor of Biotechnology and Bioengineering. She earned a B.E. in Chemical Engineering from the Cooper Union and worked for as a process engineer in the food and pharmaceutical sectors. She has a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University focused on mechanical properties of biomaterials. Since joining Endicott in 2008, she has taught courses in biology, biotechnology, bioinformatics, bioengineering and physics. She is interested in mentoring undergraduate research projects in bioinformatics and the mechanical testing of biomaterials.View full profile.
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    John Kelley

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2386
    jkelley@endicott.edu

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    Michael Kilburn

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2147
    mkilburn@endicott.edu

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    A graduate of Emory University's interdisciplinary ILA program, Michael Kilburn is a Professor of Politics and International Studies. Research interests include human rights, political culture and cultural politics, Central Europe, geography, and oral history.View full profile.
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    Vitaly Kozyrev

    Associate Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2423
    vkozyrev@endicott.edu

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    Grace Kwan

    Assistant Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2062
    gkwan@endicott.edu

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    Philip Lombardo

    Associate Professor, Mathematics
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2183
    plombard@endicott.edu

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    Bram Lutton

    Associate Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2348
    blutton@endicott.edu

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    Dr. Lutton joined Endicott College following a Ph.D. at Boston University, a postdoctoral fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, and a Visiting Professorship at Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering. His research involves understanding the evolution of physiological interactions between the neuroendocrine and immune systems. Specifically, Dr. Lutton's lab uses histological, cellular and molecular methods to characterize the processes of hematopoiesis (blood cell production and differentiation) and angiogenesis (growth of new blood vessels) in sharks, skates, and rays. Dr. Lutton spends summers at the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory as both a Visiting Scientist and as the Residential Life Director. Endicott students often join 30-40 other high school and college student interns at the MDI Bio Lab conducting research in regenerative biology and tissue engineering, as well as in Environmental Health.View full profile.
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    Melvin Manson Jr.

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2193
    mmanson@endicott.edu

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    Elizabeth Matelski

    Assistant Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2387
    ematelsk@endicott.edu

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    Christopher McDaniel

    Assistant Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2486
    cmcdanie@endicott.edu

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    Kelsey McNiff

    Assistant Professor, English/Composition
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-998-7785
    kmcniff@endicott.edu

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    Marie Mello

    Administrative Assistant
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2185
    mmello@endicott.edu

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    Gregory Meyerhoff

    Project Engineer & Maker Space Coordinator
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-816-7679
    gmeyerho@endicott.edu

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    Dana Monsein

    Assistant Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2836
    dmonsein@endicott.edu

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    Jason Nichol

    Assistant Professor of Bioengineering
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-998-7743
    jnichol@endicott.edu

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    Michael Ocean

    Associate Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2878
    mocean@endicott.edu

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    Michael Ocean is an Associate Professor of Computer Science, teaching courses ranging from Intro to Computer Science to Programming for Games, and Mobile Application Development. Professor Ocean received his B.S. in Computer Science from Rutgers College and his Ph.D. from Boston University, where he was also an instructor. Prior to his graduate work, Professor Ocean was a Research Scientist at Telcordia Technologies, where he worked in the areas of multimedia communications, wireless technologies and automated testing. His research work (in the fields of Sensor Networks, Distributed Systems and Software Engineering) has been published in book chapters and conferences.View full profile.
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    Sharon Paradiso

    Associate Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2174
    sparadis@endicott.edu

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    David Parry

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2148
    dparry@endicott.edu

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    Ashlie Perry

    Assistant Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2179
    aperry@endicott.edu

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    Nathalie Saltikoff

    Associate Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2372
    nsaltiko@endicott.edu

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    Erin Saxon

    Director, Center for Peace Studies & Conflict Resolution
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2016
    esaxon@endicott.edu

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    Anne-Marie Scholer

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2188
    ascholer@endicott.edu

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    Department of Biology, STEMView full profile.
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    Joyce Shaw

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2310
    jshaw@endicott.edu

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    Daniel Sklar

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2175
    dsklar@endicott.edu

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    Matthew Staffier

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2181
    mstaffie@endicott.edu

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    Dr. Matthew Staffier has been teaching at Endicott since 1999. He received a BS in Chemistry from Merrimack College and a Masters and Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Massachusetts-Lowell . Professor Staffier's research involves monitoring marine ecosystems for toxic metal contamination using the indicator organism Mytilus edulis. Currently, he along with colleague Dr. Mari Butler are working, in collaboration with Gloucester Maritime Museum, on monitoring the effects that the current dredging of Gloucester harbor is having on the bioavailable levels of copper and cadmium in harbor. Dr. Staffier is also very interested in climate change; specifically on energy infrastructure and the role that nuclear power can play in decreasing the carbon dioxide emissions associated with electricity generation. Dr. Staffier has also worked outside the science department helping to further bring academics into the Endicott’s dorms to help enhance the schools academic culture.View full profile.
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    Anna Suranyi

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2243
    asuranyi@endicott.edu

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    Alana Tiemessen

    Assistant Professor, Security Studies
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2123
    atiemess@endicott.edu

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    Justin Topp

    Assistant Dean of Science, Technology and Mathematics
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2307
    jtopp@endicott.edu

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    Christopher Tripler

    Associate Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2377
    ctripler@endicott.edu

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    Yan Wang

    Associate Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2563
    ywang@endicott.edu

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    Dr. Wang's teaching and research interests focus on the impact of different cultural frameworks on child development and family dynamics. She has published on methodological issues in culture studies, dinnertime family interactions, and immigrant parenting.View full profile.
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    Gabrielle Watling

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2973
    gwatling@endicott.edu

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    Elizabeth Winthrop

    Assistant Professor, English/Creative Writing
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2176
    ewinthro@endicott.edu

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    Gene Wong

    Dean, School of Arts & Sciences
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2311
    gwong@endicott.edu

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    William Young

    Professor
    School of Arts & Sciences
    978-232-2242
    wyoung@endicott.edu

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