CONWAY, Ark. (August 14, 2015) – Hendrix College will
welcome 11 new faculty members when fall classes begin Tuesday, August 25.
faculty for the 2015-2016 academic year include:
Bergfeld ’03, CPA, Visiting Instructor of Economics & Business
- Dr. Jesse
Bergkamp, Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Cottrant-Estell, Visiting Instructor of French
- Dr. Joshua
Glick, Assistant Professor of English/Film Studies
- Dr. Jeff
Hazboun, Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics
Looney ’96, CPA, Assistant Professor of Economics & Business
- Dr. Laura
MacDonald ’09, Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology
- Dr. Michael
Miyawaki, Assistant Professor of Sociology
- Dr. Gretchen
Renshaw, Assistant Professor of Music
Tsai, Teaching Fellow of Chinese
- Dr. Brent
Yorgey, Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Affairs staff changes for the 2015-2016 include:
Burris ’94, Miller Center Office Manager
Donald, Associate Registrar
French ’15, Miller Center Program Assistant
McAlister, Assistant Registrar
Purkiss, Arkansas Governor’s School Administrative Manager
Stevens, Interim Director of the Writing Center
faculty members with new staff assignments for 2015-2016 include:
Berryman, Coordinator of Advising Data
- Dr. Liz
Gron, Executive Director of Advising and Academic Success
- Dr. Robert
Williamson, Miller Center Faculty Associate
promoted Hendrix faculty members include:
- Dr. Chris
Campolo, Professor of Philosophy
- Dr. Jenn
Dearolf, Professor of Biology
- Dr. Gabe
Ferrer, Professor of Computer Science
Erik Maakestad, Professor of Art
Ann Muse ’83, Professor of Theatre Arts
Jose Vilahomat, Professor of Spanish
Ann Willyard, Associate Professor of Biology
other Hendrix faculty news:
Chris Camfield was appointed faculty athletic representative to the SAA and
Brett Hill was awarded the Charles Prentiss Hough Odyssey Professorship.
Toni Jaudon was awarded the Isabelle Peregrin Odyssey Professorship.
James Jennings was awarded the Cynthia Cook Sandefur Odyssey Professorship.
Stephen Kerr ’76 retired as the Virginia A. McCormick Pittman Distinguished
Emeritus of Economics and Business.
- Dr. Rod
Miller was appointed Humanities Area Chair.
Rupert ’82, Hendrix accounting professor, completed his Ph.D. in leadership
studies from the University of Central Arkansas.
Hendrix College is a private liberal arts college in
Conway, Arkansas. Founded in 1876 and affiliated with the United Methodist
Church since 1884, Hendrix is featured in Colleges That Change Lives: 40 Schools That Will Change
the Way You Think about Colleges and is nationally recognized
in numerous college guides, lists, and rankings for academic quality,
community, innovation, and value. For more information, visit www.hendrix.edu.