2017-2018 Roster

Faculty Senate Council members, voting

Roster in PDF format can be downloaded here

 

CHAIR/Divisional member

  • Sam Fox
  • Member until 2019
RESEARCH: Writes, illustrates and publishes the journal Spartan Holiday: Dispatches from the Road and Notes on Visual Culture. History and theory of drawing, illustration, comics and cartooning; the culture of the illustrated periodical; modernism and consumer culture; gender and the history of illustration
TEACHING: Undergraduate studio courses in communication design; senior courses in drawing, illustration, comics and cartooning. American Culture Studies courses in modern print culture of the 19th and 20th century; history of illustration, comics and animation
Timothy D. McBride

SECRETARY

  • Social Work
  • Member until 2018
RESEARCH: Health policy issues, particularly health reform, health insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, rural health and aging programs
TEACHING: Graduate level courses focused on health policy, health economics, and aging

AT-LARGE MEMBER

  • Arts & Sciences
  • Member until 2020
RESEARCH: Decoupling processes associated with visual word recognition, attention and memory in young adults, and differences in these processes across young adults, older adults and individuals in the earliest stages of Alzheimer's disease
TEACHING:Cognitive Psychology, Psychology and Language, and the Mind, Brain, and Behavior Freshman seminar

Divisional Member

  • Arts & Sciences
  • Member until 2019
RESEARCH: Algebraic geometry
TEACHING:Undergratuate courses, graduate courses focused on algebra and algebraic geometry

Divisional

  • School of Medicine
  • Member until 2020
RESEARCH: Clinical care in diabetes and endocrinology. Clinical medical ethics and education
TEACHING: Student, resident and fellowship medical education. Director of a Practicum in Medical Ethics, involving multiple clinical medical disciplines
Headshot of Jeffrey Catalano

Divisional member

  • Arts & Sciences
  • Member until 2018
RESEARCH: Chemical processes that control the composition of soils, sediments, and water. Applications to environmental contamination, early Earth history, and the origin of hydrous minerals on Mars
TEACHING: Undergraduate courses on water chemistry, soils, and the relationship between geology and human health. Graduate courses on mineral surface chemistry, modeling of aqueous chemistry, and professional development

Divisional Member

  • Business
  • Member until 2019
RESEARCH: Bayesian statistics, development of methods related to moment restricted models, causal inference, marginal likelihood computation, model choice, and Markov chain Monte Carlo simulation
TEACHING: Graduate level courses in Bayesian inference, preparing students for careers in research and teaching or applied data-intensive work
Headshot of Ron Cytron

Divisional member

  • Engineering
  • Member until 2018
RESEARCH: computer program optimization, real-time systems, computational social choice.
TEACHING: Introductory computer science, advance courses in programming languages and systems

At-Large member

  • School of Engineering
  • Member until 2018
RESEARCH: Interfaces and adhesion in nature, physiology, and engineering
TEACHING: Undergraduate, graduate, and medical school courses on mechanics, interfaces, and adhesion

At-Large Member

  • School of Medicine
  • Member until 2019
RESEARCH: Medical Director of the Washington University Wolfram Syndrome Research Clinic; studies looking a sulfonylurea medication responsiveness in presumed Type 1 diabetes
TEACHING:“Clinical Correlations in Diabetes” for WUMS1 students; “Growth and Development” for WUMS3 students; Clinical teaching with fellows in endocrinology and metabolism and residents in the Department of Pediatrics

At-Large Member

  • Arts & Sciences
  • Member until 2019
RESEARCH: The history of 20th-century African American culture, particularly the ties among black writing, transatlantic modernism, and radical and anti-radical politics
TEACHING: Graduate and undergraduate classes on modern American and African American literatures
Headshot of Robert Mercer

Divisional member

  • School of Medicine
  • Member until 2018
RESEARCH: Molecular and cell biology of ion pumps and transporters
TEACHING: Coursemaster of Cell and Organ Systems-Physiology0, first year medical student course and Molecular Cell Biology first year graduate student course

AT-LARGE MEMBER

  • Law
  • Member until 2020
RESEARCH: Public international law, human rights, international criminal law, International Criminal Court, U.S. foreign policy and the scourge of crimes against humanity
TEACHING: International law, international human rights, seminars and courses on international crime including terrorism and continuing to advise the Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Team

AT-LARGE MEMBER

  • School of Medicine
  • Member until 2020
RESEARCH: New technologies in refractive cataract surgery; ophthalmic surgical curriculum development and competence assessment
TEACHING: Resident level teaching courses regarding cataract and refractive surgery; physician advocacy and leadership development

Ex Officio

Chancellor

PROVOST AND EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR

  • Rita Levi-Montalcini Distinguished University Professor

EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR FOR MEDICAL AFFAIRS AND DEAN

  • School of Medicine

Vice Provost

  • Assoc Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

Past chair

  • Professor of Law

Executive Committee
Douglas Dowd
Timothy McBride

Board of Trustees Representatives
Douglas Dowd
Timothy McBride