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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Programs of Study For Liberal Arts Students Faculties Offering the Programs Faculty of Arts and Sciences  

Faculty Arts and Sciences

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences offers undergraduate and graduate programs in a wide variety of arts and sciences disciplines and in numerous interdisciplinary fields. It is the largest academic unit in the university, comprising more than one thousand faculty members.

Holly M. Smith, Executive Dean

Douglas Blair,Executive Vice Dean

Area Deans

Michael Beals, Educational Initiatives

Kenneth J. Breslauer, Life Sciences

David Madigan, Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Barry V. Qualls,Humanities

Edward Rhodes, Social and Behavioral Sciences

Seth A. Gopin, Associate Dean and Director of Global Programs

Barbara A. Lemanski, Associate Dean for Policy and Personnel

Africana Studies
Kim Butler
American Studies
Ann Fabian
Frances Mascia-Lees
Art History
Tod Marder
Asian Language and Cultures
Ching-I Tu
Cell Biology and Neuroscience
Wise Young
Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Roger Jones
Corey Brennan
Computer Science
Haym Hirsh
Barry Sopher
Richard E. Miller
Exercise Science and Sport Studies
David Feigley
Richard Lockwood
Jay Tischfield
J. Kenneth Mitchell
Geological Sciences
Kenneth Miller
Germanic, Russian, and East European Languages and Literatures
William Donahue
Ziva Galili
Laura S.White
Jewish Studies
Gary Rendsburg
Mark Baker
Richard S. Falk
Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
Vincent Pirrotta
Brian McLaughlin
Physics and Astronomy
Charles Glashausser
Political Science
Richard Wilson
Louis Matzel
Puerto Rican and Hispanic Caribbean Studies
Asela Leguna, Acting
Hiroshi Obayashi
Ellen Idler
Spanish and Portuguese
Thomas M. Stephens
Arthur Cohen, Acting
Women's and Gender Studies
Joanna Regulska

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