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Listed below are the faculty who are currently teaching or have taught in the Honors Program.

A, B, C

Clement Adibe, Political Science - HON 201: States, Markets & Societies

Cheryl Bachand, History of Art and Architecture - HON 110: Frank Lloyd Wright

Hugh Bartling, Public Policy Studies - HON 110: Chicago's Urban Agriculture

Joyce Bean, Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse - HON 100: Rhetoric & Critical Inquiry

Bernhard Beck-Winchatz, STEM Studies - HON 225: Science at the Edge of Space

Eugene Beiriger, History - HON 102: History in Global Contexts: Warlords & HON 350: Senior Seminar - War, Memory, Imagination: The Great War and Beyond

Peg Birmingham, Philosophy - HON 105: Philosophical Inquiry 

Jim Block, Political Science - HON 105: Philosophical Inquiry

Elena Boeck, History of Art & Architecture -HON 205: Twilight of the Gods, Late Antiquity (fall); Art of the Crusades (winter)

Kate Brucher - School of Music - HON 110: Chicago's Music Scene

Scott Bucking, History - HON 102, Excavating Ancient Egypt  

Rebecca Cameron, English - HON 101, World Literature; HON 205: Modernist Experimentation  

Jeff Carter, Art, Media & Design - HON 205: Relational Aesthetics

Gary Cestaro, Modern Languages (Italian) - HON 101, World Literature

Jennifer Conary, English - HON 101, World Literature

D, E, F

Fassil Demissie, Public Policy Studies - HON 301: Junior Seminar in Multiculturalism: Globalization & Multicultural American Metropolis

Colleen Doody, History - HON 111: Explore Chicago

Michael Edwards, First Year Programs - HON 110: Poverty Amidst Plenty & HON 105: Philosophical Inquiry

Cathy Elias, School of Music - HON 205: Interdisciplinary Arts: The Beatles

Clark Elliott, School of Computing - HON 207: Topics in Cognitive Studies: The Mysterious Brain

Frida Furman, Religious Studies - HON 104: Religious Worldviews & Ethical Perspectives

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David Gardiner, Writing, Rhetoric & Discourse - HON 100: Rhetoric & Critical Inquiry

Matthew Girson, Art, Media, and Design - HON 205: History, Memory, and Contemporary Art (spring) & HON 350: Mediocrity, Boredom, and Failure: The Uses and Abuses of Irony (fall)

Carolyn Goffman,English - HON 101: World Literature & HON 301: Junior Seminar in Multiculturalism - Crossing Borders: Identity and Nation (winter)

Dustin Goltz, Communication - HON 301: Junior Seminar in Multiculturalism -  Identity: Representational Politics & Performative Resistance

Pablo Gomez,Psychology - HON 207: Topics in Cognitive Studies - Cognitive Neuroscience

Michael Gregory, Anthropology - HON 225: Honors Lab Sciences Topics - Archaeology

Jonathan Gross, English - HON 101: World Literature

Nancy Grossman, Honors - HON 300: Research Seminar: Thesis Preparation & HON 351: Community Service - Altruism to Activism

Steve Harp, Art, Media & Design - HON 205: Interdisciplinary Arts: Mysteries of Domestic Space

Peter Hastings, CDM -HON 207: Topics in Cognitive Studies: Cognitive Modeling

Jim Halstead, Religious Studies - HON 104: Religious Worldviews & Ethical Perspectives

Jan Hickey, English - HON 100: Rhetoric & Critical Inquiry

Jason Hill, Philosophy - HON 105: Philosophical Inquiry & HON 207: Topics in Cognitive Studies: Mind and Consciousness

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David Jabon, STEM Studies  - HON 180- Data Analysis & Statistics

Susan Jacobs , Master of Arts Liberal Studies - HON 100 - Rhetoric & Critical Inquiry

Minday Kalchman,  Elementary Math Education - HON 207: Topics in Cognitive Studies - How People Learn 

Scott Kelley, Religious Studies - HON 350: Senior Capstone - Era of Sustainability 

Beth Kelly, Women's and Gender Studies - HON 301: Junior Seminar in Multiculturalism: Human Rights, Sex and Gender

Laura Kina, Art, Media & Design - HON 301: Junior Seminar in Multiculturalism: Mixed Race Art & Identity

Eric Landahl, Physics - HON 225: Topics in Honors Lab Science: Solar Energy

Mary Jeanne Larrabee, Philosophy, Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies - HON 350: Senior Seminar - Dreams and Dreamers

Elizabeth Lillehoj , History of Art & Architecture -HON 205: Interdisciplinary Arts: Three Kings of Asia

Doug Long, First Year Programs - HON 111: Chicago in Film


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Justin Maresh, Chemistry - HON 225: Topics in Honors Lab Science - Molecules of Life: DNA & Disease

Melissa Markley, Marketing - HON 110: Business of Helping: The Not-for-Profits in Chicago

Jason Martin, Communication - HON 110: Free Speech & the Free Press in Chicago

Martha Martinez , Sociology - HON 201: States, Markets & Societies & HON 207: Topics in Cognitive Studies - Social Influence on Cognition

Susana Martinez, Modern Languages (Spanish) - HON 101: World Literature

Felix Masud-Piloto, History - HON 102: History in Global Contexts

Catherine May, Political Science -HON 201: States, Markets & Societies

Rajit Mazumder, History - HON 102: History in Global Contexts - Early India

Alison McCracken, American Studies - HON 301: Junior Seminar in Multiculturalism - American Popular Culture 1890-1930

Michael McIntyre, International Studies - HON 201: States, Markets & Societies - Globalizations & HON 301: Junior Seminar in Multiculturalism: Black Lives Matter

William McNeill , Philosophy - HON 105: Philosophical Inquiry

Kalyani Menon , Religious Studies - HON 104: Religious Worldviews & Ethical Perspectives

Elizabeth Millan, Philosophy - HON 105: Philosophical Inquiry

Andrew Miller, History - HON 102: The Crusades (spring); The Vikings (winter)

Yuki Miyamoto , Religious Studies - HON 104: Religious Views & World Perspectives, HON 350: Senior Seminar -  Atomic War (winter)

Tom Mockaitis, History - HON 102: History in Global Contexts - WWI in History, Literature & Film 

James Montgomery , Environmental Science -HON 110 (Chicago: City on the Lake) & HON 225: Topics in Honors Lab Science: Environmental Science

Christopher Mount, Religious Studies - HON 104: Religious Worldviews & Ethical Perspectives

Thomas O'Brien, Religious Studies - HON 104: Religious Worldviews & Ethical Perspectives

Sheryl Overmyer, Catholic Studies - HON 105: Philosophical Inquiry 

P, Q, R

Lisa Poirier, Religious Studies - HON 104: Religious Worldviews & Ethical Perspectives

Michael Raleigh , Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse (WRD)- HON 100: Rhetoric & Critical Inquiry

Kerry Ross, History - HON 205: Interdisciplinary Arts - Art, Propaganda and Empire in Japan

Robert Rotenberg, Anthropology - HON 207: Topics in Cognitive Studies - Linguistics

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Jason Schneider, Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse (WRD) - HON 301: Junior Seminar in Multiculturalism - Globalization & Immigration
Rachel Scott, Anthropology - HON 225: Topics in Honors Lab Science - Bioanthropology

Frederic Seyler , Philosophy - HON 105: Philosophical Inquiry

Maureen Sioh, Geography - HON 201: States, Markets & Societies - Globalization 

Fanny Soderback, Philosophy - HON 105: Philosophical Inquiry

Anna Souchuk, German - HON 205: Interdisciplinary Arts - Coffee Houses & Culture: Vienna 1900

Rose Spalding, Political Science - HON 201: States, Markets & Societies - Wealth and Poverty

Phillip Stalley, Political Science -HON 201: State, Markets & Societies - Debating Capitalism and HON 300: Honors Research Seminiar - Research Grants and Scholarships

Ann Stanford, School for New Learning - HON 110 (Grassroots Writing in Chicago) 

Adam Steele, School of Computing (CDM) - HON 110 (Chicago's  Nobel Prizewinners)

Peter Steeves , Philosophy - HON 350: Honors Senior Capstone - Time and Freedom 

Wayne Steger, Political Science - HON 201: States, Markets & Societies - Capitalism and its Consequences

Carolina Sternberg, Latin American & Latino Studies - HON 201: States, Markets & Societies

Charles Strain , Religious Studies - HON 351: Honors Senior Seminiar - Community Service: Altruism to Activism

Brian Sundermeier, HON 207: Topics in Cognitive Studies - The Unconscious Mind

Roshanna Sylvester, History - HON 301: Junior Seminar in Multiculturalism - Gender Roles and Technology

Amy Tyson, History - HON 102: History in Global Contexts - History, Art & Culture in Paris & New York: 1880-1920



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Jaime Waters, Catholic Studies - HON 104: Religious Worldviews & Ethical Perspectives

David White, Philosophy - HON 105: Philosophical Inquiry

David Williams, Political Science - HON 105: Philosophical Inquiry & HON 201: States, Markets and Societies

Michael Williams, Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse (WRD) - HON 101: World Literature

Simone Zurawski, Art History - HON 205: Interdisciplinary Arts: French Impressionism