New College welcomes new faculty

As the Fall 2018 semester gets underway, we welcome the following new faculty to New College of Florida:

Sinan al-Saffar
Visiting Assistant Professor
Computer Science

 

 

Rebecca Black
Assistant Professor
Organic Chemistry

 

 

Ryan Buyssens
Assistant Professor
Sculpture

 

 

Kathleen Casto
Assistant Professor
Psychology

 

 

Nicolas Clarkson
Assistant Professor
Gender Studies

 

 

Mark Dancigers
Assistant Professor
Digital Media and Art

 

 

Nicolas Delon
Assistant Professor
Philosophy and Environmental Studies

 

 

Amanda Fidalgo
Assistant Professor
Political Science

 

 

Sarah Gerard
Visiting Assistant Professor
Writer-in-Residence

 

 

 

 

Ilaria Giglioli
Assistant Professor
Geography and International Studies

 

 

Lauren Hansen
Assistant Professor
German

 

 

Lin Jiang
Assistant Professor
Bioorganic Chemistry

 

 

Bernhard Klingenberg
Professor
Statistics

 

 

Nassima Neggaz
Assistant Professor
Religion and Islamic Studies

 

 

Christopher Noble
Visiting Assistant Professor
Philosophy

 

 

Mark Paul
Assistant Professor
Economics

 

 

Tania Roy
Assistant Professor
Human Centered Computing

 

 

Athena Rycyk
Assistant Professor
Biology and Marine Science

 

 

Gerardo Toro-Farmer
Assistant Professor
Coastal and Marine Sciences

 

 

Hugo Viera-Vargas
Assistant Professor
Caribbean/Latin American Studies and Music

 

 

Diego Villada
Assistant Professor
Theater and Performance Studies

 

 

Jessica Young
Assistant Professor
English

 

 

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