2007/2008 New Faculty Photos (pg 2)

Page < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7>

Ken Cousins
Ken Cousins

Political Science

Yamini Dalal
Yamini Dalal

Biology
Born in Bombay, India Yamini received her undergraduate degree in Life Sciences & Biochemistry from St. Xavier’s College. She moved to the U.S. to pursue her interest in chromosome structure & function. After receiving her Ph.D. in 2003 from Purdue, she moved west for her postdoctoral work at Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center. She has taught at Purdue and the U.W. Yamini is an avid hiker, biker and novice skier, and continues to explore the gorgeous surroundings of the Pacific Northwest.

SAUMYANIL DEB
Saumyanil Deb

Economics
Saumyanil is a native of India and new to the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Besides visiting different places, he likes watching and playing soccer and cricket. He also enjoys listening to music. He loves to read – anything and everything under the sun! His research interests are applied microeconomics, industrial organization and econometrics.

Jocelyn DeHaas
Jocelyn DeHaas

Anthropology

Eduardo Engelsing
Eduardo Engelsing

Psychology

Holly Folk
Holly Folk

Liberal Studies

Monique Fowler-Paul
Monique Fowler-Paul

Liberal Studies
Monique will receive her PhD from the School of Oriental & African Studies, Univ. of London in 2008. She specializes in African and contemporary art history and feminist and post-colonial theory. Her dissertation, Growing Pains: Gender and the Legacy of Black British Art, is an analysis of personal/professional trajectories of British artists of African, Caribbean, and Afro-Asian descent, concentrating on the evolutions in contemporary practice since the 1980s.

Jeanne Freeman
Jeanne Freeman

PEHR
Jeanne is excited to live in the Northwest and to enjoy all the outdoor activities that present themselves. Her research interests include the impact of the media on health decisions, injury prevention, and osteoporosis prevention. While she has little “free” time to enjoy after she spends time with her son and husband, she enjoys cooking and reading mystery novels.

Page < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7>