Lewis & Clark welcomes five new faculty members
November 06, 2013
In a sign of the graduate school’s continued growth and the strength of it programs, this fall we were pleased to welcome five outstanding new faculty members across many graduate programs. These scholars come to Lewis & Clark with rich expertise and deep experience in their fields.
Get to know each new faculty member through the following interviews, and explore their profile pages to learn more.
Associate Professor Liza Finkel shares her love of rocks, students and the philosophy of science.
Newcomer Ken Brinson, assistant professor of educational administration, elaborates on his travels across the globe, love of Shakespeare and the insights he has gained from the Socratic method.
Assistant Professor Alicia Roberts Frank talks about her Peace Corps work in Morocco and her career in special education.
As she settles into her role as director of the office of strategic partnerships and clinical placement, Jessica Charles gives some background on her research, teaching and other interests.
Elena Diamond, assistant professor and clinical coordinator in the School Psychology Program, nurtures a passion for learning and academic readiness for all of her students, from pre-K classrooms to the graduate level.