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Advisory Board

Magali Armillas-Tiseyra (Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature) mua27@psu.edu

Jennifer Boittin (Associate Professor of French) jboittin@psu.edu

John Phillip Christman (Professor of Philosophy, Political Science, and Women Studies) jpc11@psu.edu

Caroline M. Condon-Lewis (Academic Advisor in Health Policy and Administration) cxc29@psu.edu

Nergis Erturk (Associate Professor of Comparative Literature) nue5@psu.edu

Elaine Farndale (Associate Professor of Human Resources Management) euf3@psu.edu

Samuel Mark Frederick (Associate Professor of German) smf35@psu.edu

Elisha Clark Halpin (Associate Professor of Theatre Arts) etc3@psu.edu

Eric Hayot (Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature and Asian Studies) euh2@psu.edu

Suzanna Linn (Professor of Political Science) sld8@psu.edu

Xiaofei Lu (Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics and Asian Studies) xxl13@psu.edu

Jonathan Marks (Associate Professor of Biology, Humanities, Law, and Philosophy) jhm20@psu.edu

Sophia A. McClennen (Professor of Comparative Literature and International Affairs) sam50@psu.edu 

Henry Morello (Senior Lecturer in Comparative Literature and Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese) hum1@psu.edu

Dana Naughton (Lecturer in Biobehavioral Health) dmn161@psu.edu

Celeste George Newcomb (Instructor in Health Policy) cgn1@psu.edu

Robert Packer (Associate Teaching Professor, Political Science) 

Lisa Reed (Professor of French and English) lar13@psu.edu

Magdalena Rohling (Academic Advisor in Liberal Arts) mmr26@psu.edu

Timothy Ryan (Associate Professor of Anthrolopolgy) tmr21@psu.edu

Robert William Schrauf (Professor and Department Head of Applied Linguistics) rws23@psu.edu

Anita Starosta (Associate Teaching Professor of English) aks5989@psu.edu

Kevin Thomas (Associate professor of Sociology, Demography, and African Studies) kjt11@psu.edu

Ian Thompson (Lecturer in Comparative Literature) Ixt14@psu.edu

Bradford Vivian (Associate Professor of Communication Arts and Sciences) 

Rachel Zimmerman (Academic Advisor in Liberal Arts)