Faculty Profiles

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  • Mona Hall

    Mona Lambracht Hall

    Senior Instructor in Chemistry Laboratory
    B.A., Russell Sage College; Ph.D., Tufts University
  • Neal Louis Hampton

    Conductor, Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra
    B.M., Eastman School of Music; M.M., Boston University

    Founder and Director of the Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra.

  • Eunice Han

    Eunice Han

    Visiting Professor of Economics
    B.A., University of California (Los Angeles). Ph.D., Harvard University

    Research in labor economics and economics of education with a focus on institutions and the legal system.

  • Hahrie Han

    Hahrie Han

    Associate Professor of Political Science
    B.A., Harvard University; M.A., Ph.D., Stanford University

    Political Scientist interested in civic associations, civic engagement, engagement organizing, political activism, health and environmental politics, polarization, and elections.

  • Anjeana K. Hans

    Assistant Professor of German
    A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Harvard University

    Focuses on gender, identity, and subjectivity in Germany; teaches at all levels of German curriculum; research on horror films from the 1920s.

  • Thomas Hansen

    Professor of German. On leave in the fall of 2013
    A.B. 1969 & A.M. 1971 Tufts University; University of Tübingen Ph.D. 1977 Harvard University

    A primary research interest of his has been German exile literature from the period 1933–1945, an area in which he wrote his dissertation and has published several articles. 

  • David Harris

    Music Performance Faculty in Jazz Trombone
    B.M., New England Conservatory of Music

    Trombonist, composer, arranger; also plays tuba, bass trombone, and piano; specializing in improvising and the music of Eastern Europe.

  • Gary C. Harris

    Professor of Biological Sciences
    B.S., Bates College; M.S., Ph.D., University of Massachusetts (Boston)

    Research on plant cell biology, biochemistry, the chloroplast, photosynthesis; teaching cell biology and proteomics.

  • Jane Harrison

    Music Instructor in Oboe
    B.M., Ohio Wesleyan University; M.M., Manhattan School of Music
  • Bunny Harvey

    Bunny Harvey

    Elizabeth Christy Kopf Professor of Art
    B.F.A., M.F.A., Rhode Island School of Design

    I am a passionate painter focused on representing both seen and unseen (observed by the other senses) elements of the environment.

  • Miyuki Hatano-Cohen

    Miyuki Hatano-Cohen

    Lecturer in Japanese
    B.A., Tohoku Gakuin University

    Always looking for fun ways to get students actively involved in Japanese learning.

  • Kenneth S. Hawes

    Senior Lecturer in Education
    B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ed.M., Ed.D., Harvard University

    Study of educational philosophy, policy, and practice, and the social sciences, humanities, and other studies relevant to them. 

  • Kate Hawkins

    Laboratory Specialist for the Neuroscience Program
    B.S., University of New Hampshire

    Prepares and organizes Neuroscience teaching labs for courses at all levels of the curriculum.

  • David P. Hawkins

    Associate Professor of Geosciences
    B.A., Clark University; M.A., George Washington University; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Researches mechanisms and time scales of plutonic construction; connections between magma chambers, plutons, and volcanic centers in space and time; tectonic assembly of North America; and U-Pb geochronology.

  • Gretchen Hayden-Ruckert

    Gretchen Hayden-Ruckert

    Physical Education Instructor, Dance

    Teacher, performer, and choreographer of classical Indian kathak dance; founder and artistic director of Chhandika Institute of Kathak.

  • Rowena He

    Rowena He

    Visiting Lecturer in Sociology
    M.A., Ph.D., University of Toronto

    Interdisciplinary studies in the nexus of political socialization, youth values, and social change,  history, memory, and power, and their implications for citizenship, human rights, and democracy. 

  • Michael J. Hearn

    Professor of Chemistry
    B.A., Rutgers University; M.S., M.Phil., Ph.D., Yale University

    Synthetic Organic Chemistry; Design of New Tuberculosis Antimicrobials; Near-Infrared Spectroscopy

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