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Affiliated Faculty and Staff

CRES welcomes faculty and staff affiliates from all colleges and offices at TCU. Interested persons should send the department an email to inquire. 

   

Core faculty and staff are full voting members of the program.  A core member is a TCU faculty or staff member who serves on a CRES standing committee; attends Core faculty and staff meetings and other event and programs sponsored by CRES; and either regularly teaches courses for CRES credit or makes diversity and inclusion regarding race/ethnicity part of his/her/their regular on-the-clock work duties.

Rima Abunasser AddRan College of Liberal Arts English Curriculum
Erin Atwood College of Education Educational Leadership Research, Creativity, and Community Engagement
Rosangela Boyd Community Engagement Research, Creativity, and Community Engagement
David Colón AddRan College of Liberal Arts English Publicity, Programming, and Outreach
Muriel Cormican AddRan College of Liberal Arts Modern Languages Publicity, Programming, and Outreach
Glenda Daniels Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences Nursing Research, Creativity, and Community Engagement
Joseph Darda AddRan College of Liberal Arts English Curriculum
Emily Farris AddRan College of Liberal Arts Political Science Research, Creativity, and Community Engagement
Estee Hernández John V. . Roach Honors College Honors College Curriculum
Jeanelle Hope School of Interdisciplinary Studies CRES Curriculum
Gabriel Huddleston College of Education Curriculum Studies Curriculum
Zoranna Jones School of Interdisciplinary Studies Publicity, Programming, and Outreach
Max Krochmal AddRan College of Liberal Arts History Research, Creativity, and Community Engagement
Scott Kurashige School of Interdisciplinary Studies CRES Research, Creativity, and Community Engagement
Carmen Kynard AddRan College of Liberal Arts English Curriculum
Stacie McCormick AddRan College of Liberal Arts English Curriculum
Adam McKinney College of Fine Arts Dance Research, Creativity, and Community Engagement
Joddy Murray AddRan College of Liberal Arts English Curriculum
Trung Nguyen Student Development Services Publicity, Programming, and Outreach
Ayvaunn Penn College of Fine Arts Theater Research, Creativity, and Community Engagement
Brienn Richter Neeley School of Business Management and Leadership Curriculum
Janie Robinson Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences Nursing Curriculum
Luis Romero School of Interdisciplinary Studies CRES Research, Creativity, and Community Engagement
Ebony Rose Human Resources Publicity, Programming, and Outreach
Eric Yorkston Neeley School of Business Marketing Publicity, Programming, and Outreach
Toni Taylor School of Interdisciplinary Studies Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies

 

 

Associated faculty and staff are not voting members of the program but may attend any CRES meeting.  They are not required to serve on committees.  An associated member is a TCU faculty or staff member who attends events and other programs sponsored by CRES when possible and regularly teaches courses for CRES credit or commits off-the-clock volunteer time to the program.

F. Komla Aggor, Spanish and Hispanic Studies

Mikio Akagi, Honors College

Sh’Niqua Alford, Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences

Taryn Allen, Higher Education Leadership

Samuel Davis, History

Lori Diel, College of Fine Arts

Melita Garza, College of Communications

Amiso George, College of Communications

Dalton Goodier, Office of Admissions

Frederick Gooding, Jr., Honors College

Fran Huckaby, SIS

Linda Hughes, English

Benjamin Ireland, Modern Language Studies

Suki John, School for Classical & Contemporary Dance

Erik Kojola, Sociology and Anthropology

Jacqueline Lambiase, Strategic Communication

Scott Langston, Religion

Nina Martin, Fine Arts

Mona Narain, English

Elva Orozco Mendoza, Political Science

Santiago Piñon, College of Liberal Arts

Steve Przymus, College of Education

Jacinto Ramos, Jr., Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies

Sarah Robbins, English

Andrew Ryder, Honors College

John Singleton, Office of International Services

Michael Strausz, Political Science

R. Colin Tait, Bob Schieffer College of Communication

Esther Teixeria, Spanish and Hispanic Studies

Nino Testa, Women and Gender Studies

Jason Titus, Housing and Residence Life

Amina Zarrugh, College of Liberal Arts

 

A supporting member is a TCU faculty or staff member who does not regularly teach courses for CRES credit nor work on race/ethnicity on a daily basis, and does not wish to vote or serve on committees, but is supportive of the goals of CRES and wishes to be allied with the program.  Supporting members are expected to attend at least one CRES event or program per semester and are encouraged to donate financially to CRES during the Annual Faculty/Staff Campaign.

Adam Bartell Baggs, University Advancement

Jesus Castro-Balbi, Fine Arts

Casey Call, Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development

Lindsay Cowdin, Fine Arts

Carrie Currier, College of Liberal Arts

Sean Crotty, English

Mark Dennis, College of Education

Brie Diamond, College of Liberal Arts

Brian Dixon, School of Medicine

Yvonne Giovanis, University Staff/ Administration

Timeka Gordon, Inclusiveness and Intercultural Services

Joanne Green, Political Science

Hanan Hammad, History

Jill Havens, English

Diane Hawley, Nursing

Jessica Hazard, Athletics

Victoria Herrera, Admissions

Charlotte Hogg, English

Lynn Irving, Honors College

Todd Kerstetter, History

Lindsay Throne Knight, University Staff/ Administration

Nada Elias-Lambert, College of Nursing and Health Sciences

Alex Lemon, English

Endia Lindo, College of Education

Brad Lucas, College of Liberal Arts

Ariela Martinez, Admissions

Rubi Orozco, College of Nursing and Health Sciences

Sara-Jayne Parsons, College of Fine Arts

Rebecca Sharpless, History

Wendi Sierra, Honors College

Esther Teixeira, College of Liberal Arts

Sarah Tonemah, Fine Arts

Kara Vuic, History

Tracy Rundstrom Williams, University Staff/ Administration