Directory of Instructional Faculty, Administrators, Librarians, and Student Service Professionals (Continued)


Faculty A-L

Faculty M-Z and Adjunct Faculty

Emeritus/Emerita Faculty


JAMES R. MACALE (2001), EOP Adviser; B.A. (1997), California State University, Long Beach; M.S. (2002), San Francisco State University.

BRUCE A. MACHER (1987), Assistant Vice President for Research and Sponsored Programs and Professor of Chemistry; B.S. (1971), Ph.D. (1976), University of California, Riverside.

SANDRA J. MACKAY (1988), Professor of Nursing; B.S. (1959), Cornell University; M.A. (1962), Columbia University; A.M. (1972), Dartmouth; Ph.D. (1979), Boston University.

JESUS MAGANA (1999), EOP Adviser; B.S. (1995), California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

GREGORY MAGIE (2001), Assistant Professor of Music; B.M. (1990), Eastman School of Music; M.M. (1993), University of Redlands; D.M.A. (1996), University of California, Los Angeles.

DIANNE D. MAHAN (1991), Lecturer in Social Work; B.A. (1966), Goucher College; M.S.W. (1968), University of Maryland.

RUTH MAHANEY (1981), Lecturer in Women Studies; B.A. (1966), M.A. (1970), Indiana University.

LYNBARBRA MAHLER (1983), Professor of Theatre Arts; B.S. (1966), New York University; M.A. (1968), Ph.D. (1973), University of Wisconsin, Madison.

EILEEN MAHONEY (2001), Assistant Professor of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts; B.A. (1980), University of California, San Diego; Ph.D. (1987), Temple University.

BRENDA MAK (2001), Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.S. (1983), The Chinese University of Hong Kong; M.S. (1986), Carnegie-Mellon University; M.S. (1989), Ph.D. (1991), Northwestern University.

SUSAN MALLET (1982), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1976), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1988), San Francisco State University.

AUG C. MALONGA (1977), Lecturer in Black Studies; B.A. (1967), Lycée Victor Augageneur.

YORK T. MANDRA (1950), Professor of Geology; B.A. (1948), M.A. (1949), University of California, Berkeley; Ph.D. (1958), Stanford University; post-doctoral fellow, University of Glasgow, Universite d'Aix-Marseille.

MARIA M. MANGOLD (1968), Career Counselor, Career Center; B.A. (1972), M.A. (1974), San Francisco State University.

RICHARD G. MANN (1991), Professor of Art; B.A. (1972), Kalamazoo College; M.A. (1974), University of Minnesota; Ph.D. (1982), New York University.

BRUCE MANNING (1999), Assistant Professor of Chemistry; B.A. (1985), University of Massachusetts; Ph.D. (1993), University of California, Davis.

RICHARD MANNINI (1992), Athletic Coach; B.S. (1959); M.A. (1960), California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

DONALD W. MAR (1987), Professor of Economics; B.A. (1977), Antioch College; M.A. (1980), Ph.D. (1985), University of California, Berkeley.

ROBERT G. MARCUCCI (1983), Professor of Mathematics; B.A. (1970), University of California, Los Angeles; M.A. (1974), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1980), University of Iowa.

MATT MARKOVICH (2001), Athletic Coach; B.A. (1996), Sonoma State University; M.A. (1999), St. Mary's College.

HAL MARKOWITZ (1980), Professor of Biology; B.A. (1959), M.A. (1960), California State University, Long Beach; Ph.D. (1968), Arizona State University.

LETICIA M. MARQUEZ-MAGANA (1994), Associate Professor of Biology; B.S., M.S. (1986), Stanford University; Ph.D. (1991), University of California, Berkeley.

JULIA N. MARSHALL (1988), Assistant Professor of Art; B.A. (1969), George Washington University; M.F.A. (1973), University of Wisconsin; Ed.D. (1998), University of San Francisco.

KENNETH MARSHALL (1991), Athletic Coach; B.S. (1973), Indiana State University; M.S. (1983), University of Dayton.

JAMES R. MARTEL (2002), Assistant Professor of Political Science; B.A. (1986), Williams College; M.A. (1987), Ph.D. (1995), University of California, Berkeley.

MICHAEL MARTIN (1989), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1977), University of Michigan; M.A. (1988), San Francisco State University.

NEO D. MARTINEZ (1996), Assistant Professor of Biology; B.S. (1984), Cornell University; M.S. (1988), University of Wisconsin; M.S. (1989), Ph.D. (1991), University of California, Berkeley.

RAFAEL MARTINEZ (1985), Project Coordinator, Office of Student Programs and Leadership Development; B.A. (1980), M.S.W. (1984), San Francisco State University.

RONALD MARZKE (2000), Assistant Professor of Astronomy; B.S. (1987), Arizona State University; M.A. (1988), Ph.D. (1994), Harvard University.

DEBORAH MASTERS (1995), University Librarian, J. Paul Leonard Library and Librarian; B.A., B.S. (1971), Pennsylvania State University; M.L.S. (1976), University of Pittsburgh.

DAVID MATSUMOTO (1989), Professor of Psychology; B.A. (1981), University of Michigan; M.A. (1983), Ph.D. (1986), University of California, Berkeley.

RONALD W. MAYER (1963), Professor of Psychology; B.A. (1951), Ohio Wesleyan University; M.A. (1952), Ph.D. (1959), The Ohio State University.

CHRIS MAYS (2000), Senior Assistant Librarian; B.S. (1996), San Francisco State University; M.L.I.S. (1998), San Jose State University.

JEANNETTE McCLENDON (1983), Associate Director, Student Outreach Services; B.S. (1983), San Jose State University; M.S. (1988), San Diego State University.

RICHARD McCLINE (1996), Assistant Professor of Management; B.S. (1966), University of Illinois; M.B.A. (1970), Northwestern University; Ph.D. (1996), Tulane University.

NORMA McCOY (1963), Professor of Psychology; B.A. (1956), Stanford University; M.A. (1960), Ph.D. (1963), University of Minnesota.

BARBARA McENTEE (1995), Lecturer in Speech and Communication Studies; B.A. (1979), Marymount Manhatton College; M.A. (1991), New York University.

R. CHRISTOPHER McGEE (1986), Lecturer in Geography and Human Environmental Studies; B.A. (1977), M.A. (1979), University of California, Berkeley.

SANDRA L. McKAY (1978), Professor of English; B.S. (1967), M.A. (1969), Ph.D. (1971), University of Minnesota; post-doctoral study, Georgetown University and Stanford University.

MIDORI YAMAMOTO McKEON (1990), Department Chair and Professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures; B.A. (1972), University of Tokyo; M.A. (1978), Ph.D. (1996), University of California, Berkeley.

BARBARA K. McLAUCHLIN (1985), Professor of Classics; B.A. (1973), San Francisco State University; M.A. (1978), Ph.D. (1985), University of California, Berkeley.

FRANK E. McLAUGHLIN (1981), Professor of Nursing; B.S. (1959), Adelphi University; M.A. (1961), New York University; Ph.D. (1968), University of California, Berkeley.

ELOISE McQUOWN (1984), Librarian; B.A. (1965), University of Utah; M.L.S. (1968), Rutgers University; M.S. (1976), University of Utah.

JOHN G. McWILLIAMS (1976), Professor of Accounting; B.S. (1969), Ohio State University; J.D. (1972), Duke Law School; C.P.A. (1974).

LAWRENCE D. MEDCALF (1981), Professor of Speech and Communication Studies; B.A. (1974), M.A. (1975), California State University, Hayward; Ph.D. (1978), Indiana University.

DANIEL REED MEIER (1997), Assistant Professor of Elementary Education; B.A. (1982), Wesleyan University; M.A. (1984), Harvard University; Ph.D. (1994), University of California, Berkeley.

HANS-JOACHIM MEIHOEFER (1968), Professor of Geography and Human Environmental Studies; B.A. (1961), M.A. (1962), Wayne State University; Ph.D. (1968), University of Washington.

PAUL MENDEZ (1986), Coordinator, Welfare to Work Program/Community Access and Retention Program, College of Education; B.A. (1978), San Francisco State University.

DAVID B. MEREDITH (1972), Professor of Mathematics; B.S. (1964), Stanford University; Ph.D. (1969), Brandeis University.

GERIANNE M. MERRIGAN (1992), Professor of Speech and Communication Studies; B.S. (1981), Northwest Missouri State University; M.A. (1988), University of North Texas; Ph.D. (1992), University of Washington.

JOSEPH MESSINA (1977), Professor of Finance; B.S. (1963), M.S. (1965), Purdue University; M.B.A. (1971), University of California, Berkeley; Ph.D., (1979), University of California, Berkeley.

JANELLE METZ (2000), Career Counselor, Career Center; B.A. (1990), University of California, Davis; M.S. (1999), California State University, Sacramento.

LOIS MARILYN MEYER (1989), Professor of Elementary Education; B.A. (1971), Kalamazoo College; M.Ed. (1976), Loyola University of Chicago; advanced study, University of California, Los Angeles.

WILLIAM J. MICHAELIS (1979), Professor of Recreation and Leisure Studies; B.S.Ed. (1968), State University of New York, Cortland; M.A. (1969), Ph.D. (1980), University of California, Berkeley.

EUGENE R. MICHAELS (1973), Department Chair and Professor of Instructional Technologies; B.A. (1966), M.A. (1968), Ph.D. (1976), Indiana University.

JONATHAN MIDDLEBROOK (1969), Professor of English; B.A. (1961), Harvard College; M.A. (1963), Ph.D. (1965), Yale University.

DEBORAH MILLER (1997), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1988), University of California, Santa Cruz; M.A. (1995), San Francisco State University.

KENNETH E. MILLER (1999), Assistant Professor of Psychology; B.A. (1985), Cornell University; M.A. (1991), Ph.D. (1994), University of Michigan.

RAYMOND C. MILLER (1962), Professor of International Relations and Social Science; B.A. (1955), University of Denver; M.A. (1958), University of Chicago; Ph.D. (1966), Syracuse University.

JAN L. MILLSAPPS (1987), Professor of Cinema; B.A. (1972), University of North Carolina, Charlotte; M.A. (1977), Winthrop College; Ph.D. (1990), University of South Carolina; advanced study, M.I.T. and Harvard University.

MASAHIKO MINAMI (1997), Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures; B.A. (1975), Kyoto University; Ed.M. (1988), Ed.D. (1995), Harvard University.

NANCY MIRABAL (1997), Assistant Professor of Raza Studies; B.A. (1988), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1991), Ph.D. (2000), University of Michigan.

TONI MIROSEVICH (1992), Assistant Professor of Creative Writing; M.A. (1992), M.F.A. (1994), San Francisco State University.

FRANCIS X. MOAKLEY (1964), Director, Audio-Visual/Instructional Television Center; Professor; B.S. (1955), M.Ed. (1958), Boston State College; M.S.Ed. (1964), Ed.D. (1968), Indiana University; post-doctoral study, Boston University; Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

MINOO MOALLEM (1997), Department Chair and Associate Professor of Women Studies; B.A. (1976), M.A. (1982), University of Tehran (Iran); Ph.D. (1990), University of Montréal.

MICHAEL R. MOCCIOLA (1982), Professor of Information Science; B.A. (1963), Montclair State; M.A. (1969), Ed.D. (1975), Columbia University.

HAFEZ MODIRZADEH (1998), Assistant Professor of Music; B.A. (1983), San Jose State University; M.F.A. (1986), University of California, Los Angeles; Ph.D. (1992), Wesleyan University.

CHRISTOPHER MOFFATT (1998), Assistant Professor of Biology; B.S. (1989), University of Toronto; M.A. (1991), Ph.D. (1994), Johns Hopkins University; Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Massachusetts.

KENNETH MONTEIRO (1987), University Dean of Human Relations and Professor of Psychology; B.A. (1976), Dartmouth College; Ph.D. (1982), Stanford University.

JOHN P. MONTEVERDI (1978), Professor of Meteorology; B.A. (1968), M.A. (1970), Ph.D. (1977), University of California, Berkeley.

ROSA MONTOYA (1986), Lecturer in Dance; Escuela Bolera; Circulo de Bellas Artes; private study of Flamenco and classical dance with la Quica, Regla Ortega, Antonio Marin, Maria Ibar, and Victoria Piter.

LISA DOROTHY MOORE (1995), Assistant Professor of Health Education; B.A. (1982), M.Ph. (1988), Dr.P.H. (1993), University of California, Berkeley.

HUGO MOORTGAT (1986), Associate Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.S. (1962), M.S. (1966), University of Ghent; M.B.A. (1972), Ph.D. (1979), University of Washington.

PAULA MORAN (1995), Lecturer in Kinesiology, Director of Recreation/Intramural Sports; B.A. (1979), California State University, Northridge; M.A. (1991), San Francisco State University.

REMO MORELLI (1971), Professor of Biology; B.A. (1966), M.A. (1970), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1971), Stanford University.

RACHEL MORELLO-FROSCH (2000), Assistant Professor of Health Education; B.A. (1988), M.P.H. (1993), Ph.D. (1997), University of California, Berkeley.

INARA MORGENSTERN (1975), Lecturer in Music; B.M. (1967) M.A. (1969), San Francisco State University.

DENNIS MORI (1986), Lecturer in Accounting and Finance; B.S. (1968), University of San Francisco; M.A. (1970), San Francisco State University; advanced study, Washington State University.

KEITH MORRISON (1994), Dean, College of Creative Arts, and Professor of Art; B.F.A. (1963), M.F.A. (1965), Art Institute of Chicago.

KATHLEEN L. MOSIER (1997), Assistant Professor of Psychology; B.A. (1971), University of Detroit; M.A. (1983), San Jose State University; Ph.D. (1990), University of California, Berkeley.

JOANNA MOSS (1981), Professor of Economics; B.A. (1969), San Francisco State University; M.A. (1971), Ph.D. (1978), New School for Social Research.

LYN MOTAI (1987), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1971), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1987), San Francisco State University.

BRIGHDE MULLINS (1994), Associate Professor of Creative Writing; B.A. (1984), University of Nevada; M.F.A. (1987), Yale University School of Drama; M.F.A. (1989), University of Iowa Writer's Workshop.

PAUL MULLINS (2001), Assistant Professor of Art; B.F.A. (1992), Marshall University; M.F.A. (1994), Ohio University.

WILLIE MULLINS (1978), Counselor, Counseling and Psychological Services; B.S. (1970), M.S. (1973), Ed.S. (1974), Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville.

HIDEO MURANAKA (1991), Lecturer in Foreign Languages; B.A. (1970), M.A. (1972), Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music.

G. ALEJANDRO MURGUIA (1991), Associate Professor of Raza Studies; B.A. (1990), M.F.A. (1992), San Francisco State University.

M. BRIAN MURPHY (1988), Director of Urban Institute and Associate Professor of Political Science; B.A. (1967), Williams College; M.A. (1968), Ph.D. (1976), University of California, Berkeley.

MARGUERITE C. MURPHY (1985), Professor of Computer Science; B.S. (1980), M.S. (1982), Ph.D. (1985), University of California, Berkeley.

DAVID A. MUSTART (1972), Professor of Geology; B.S. (1965), University of British Columbia; Ph.D. (1972), Stanford University.

ROBERT MUTTI (1982), Lecturer in Philosophy; B.A. (1969), University of California, Santa Barbara; M.A. (1979), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1997), University of California, Davis.

KATHERINE C. NAFF (1997), Assistant Professor of Public Administration; B.A. (1977), University of California, Davis; M.A. (1987), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1996), Georgetown University.

RANDALL NAKAYAMA (1991), Associate Professor of English; B.A. (1979), M.A. (1982), Ph.D. (1986), University of California, Berkeley.

RACHEL NARDO (1999), Assistant Professor of Music; B.A. (1978), California State University, Northridge; M.S. (1986), University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; D.M.A. (1966), University of Southern California.

MOHSEN NASER-TAVAKOLIAN (1978), Professor of Accounting; B.A. (1971), Iranian Institute of Accounting; M.A. (1974), Western Illinois University; Ph.D. (1980), University of Missouri; C.M.A. (1987).

JACOB NEEDLEMAN (1962), Professor of Philosophy; B.A. (1956), Harvard University; Ph.D. (1961), Yale University.

ELISABETTA NELSEN (1987), Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages; M.A. (1976), University of Florence (Italy); Ph.D. (1987), University of California, Berkeley.

ALICE NEMON (1966), Professor of Counseling; B.A. (1952), Brooklyn College; M.S. (1954), Boston University; Ph.D. (1980), University of California, Berkeley.

BARBARA J. NEUHAUSER (1986), Professor of Physics; B.S. (1969), Purdue University; M.S. (1970), Stanford University; Ph.D. (1985), Stanford University.

VICTORIA J. NEVE (1975), Professor of Music; B.M. (1971), Illinois Wesleyan University; M.M. (1974), D.M.A. (1979), University of Kansas.

JAMES W. NEWTON (1980), Professor of Psychology; B.A. (1968), Dartmouth College; M.A. (1976), Ph.D. (1977), Stanford University.

DORA LEE NG (1966), Associate Librarian; B.A. (1964), San Francisco State University; M.L.S. (1965), University of California, Berkeley.

MAI NGUYEN (1987), EOP Adviser; B.S. (1987), San Francisco State University.

BILL NICHOLS (1987), Professor of Cinema; B.A. (1964), Duke University; M.A. (1972), Ph.D. (1978), University of California, Los Angeles.

JOEL NICHOLSON (1996), Professor of International Business; B.A. (1976), Central Washington University; graduate study (1978), Washington State University; M.B.A. (1985), Gonzaga University; Ph.D. (1991), The Florida State University.

ROBERT C. NICKERSON (1978), Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.S. (1968), M.S. (1969), University of California, Berkeley; Ph.D. (1978), University of California, Santa Cruz.

THOMAS M. NIESEN (1973), Professor of Biology; B.A. (1966), University of California, Santa Barbara; M.S. (1969), San Diego State University; Ph.D. (1973), University of Oregon.

NANCY J. NOBLE (1979), Lecturer in Design and Industry; B.A. (1977), M.A. (1984), San Francisco State University.

WADE NOBLES (1976), Professor of Black Studies; B.A. (1969), San Francisco State University; M.A. (1971), Ph.D. (1972), Stanford University.

NANCY NODA (1973), Librarian; B.A. (1970), University of California, Santa Cruz; M.L.S. (1971), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1982), San Francisco State University.

BOBBE NORRISE (1984), Lecturer in Kinesiology; B.A. (1963), M.A. (1974), San Francisco State University.

SUSANN NOVALIS (1973), Professor of Mathematics; B.S. (1965), Cornell University; M.S. (1966), California Institute of Technology; Ph.D. (1969), Stanford University.

JERROLD A. NUSSBAUM (1979), Lecturer in Sociology; B.A. (1967), Cornell University; M.A. (1968), Northwestern University; Ph.D. (1985), University of California, San Francisco.

ROBERT OAKLEY (2001), Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts; B.F.A. (1981), Central Michigan University; advanced study, Studio and Forum of Stage Design, New York.

THEOPHILE J. OBENGA (1998), Chair and Professor of Black Studies; Licence d'Histoire, University of Paris, La Sorbonne; Licence ès-lettres de Philosophie, Diplome d'Etudes Supériences de Philosophie, University of Bordeaux, France; Doctorat d'Etat ès-lettres et Sciences Humanies (Ph.D.) (1985), University Paul Valery, France.

KATHLEEN A. O'DONNELL (1995), Associate Professor of Marketing; B.A. (1980), M.B.A. (1987), Miami University of Ohio; Ph.D. (1995), Kent State University.

JOHN J. O'SHAUGHNESSY (1982), Professor of Accounting; B.S. (1975), University of San Francisco; M.B.A. (1979), Ph.D.. (1990), Golden Gate University; C.P.A. (1979), C.I.A. (1983), C.M.A. (1984), C.F.E. (1992).

KATHLEEN A. O'SULLIVAN (1986), Professor of Secondary Education; B.S. (1970), M.A. (1980), Ph.D. (1985), University of Texas.

MARGO OKAZAWA-REY (1990), Professor of Social Work; B.A. (1972), Capital University; M.S. (1974), Boston University; Ed.D. (1987), Harvard University.

JAMES K. OKUTSU (1975), Associate Dean, College of Ethnic Studies, and Professor of Asian American Studies; B.A. (1970), University of California, Berkeley; Secondary Education (1971), University of California, Berkeley, J.D. (1974), University of California, Hastings College of Law.

ALBERTO EMILIO OLIVARES (1979), Project Coordinator, Office of Student Programs and Leadership Development; B.A. (1979), advanced study, San Francisco State University.

WANDENKOLK (PREGUICIA) OLIVEIRA (1989), Lecturer in Dance; B.A. (1978) University of Guanabara.

ABDIEL OÑATE (1988), Associate Professor of History; B.A. (1971), Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; advanced study (1975), University of East Anglia; Ph.D. (1984), El Colegio de Mexico.

JAMES B. ORENBERG (1972), Department Chair and Professor of Chemistry; A.B. (1965), Williams College; Ph.D. (1969), Pennsylvania State University.

JACK W. OSMAN (1967), Professor of Economics; B.S. (1961), M.A. (1963), Ph.D. (1966), Rutgers University.

SERGE V. OVCHINNIKOV (1983), Professor of Mathematics; B.M. (1966), M.A. (1969), Ph.D. (1971), Moscow University.

BEVERLY J. OVREBO (1987), Professor of Health Education; B.A. (1973), Kalamazoo College; M.P.H. (1982), Dr.P.H. (1986), University of California, Berkeley.

NORMAN N. OWEN (1989), Professor of Engineering; B.S. (1960), M.S. (1962), North Carolina State University; Ph.D. (1974), University of California, Berkeley.

PETER T. PALMER (1994), Associate Professor of Chemistry; B.S. (1983), Canisius College; Ph.D. (1988), Michigan State University.

AYSE PAMUK (2000), Assistant Professor of Urban Studies; B.C.P. (1984), Middle East Technical University; M.S. (1987), Aegean University; M.C.P. (1989), Ph.D. (1994), University of California, Berkeley.

MYUNG S. PARK (2000), Assistant Professor of Accounting; B.A. (1983), Sungkyunkwan University; M.B.A. (1985), Korea University; M.B.A. (1990), Syracuse University; Ph.D. (1998), Purdue University.

V. THOMAS PARKER (1980), Professor of Biology; B.A. (1973), University of Texas; M.A. (1975), Ph.D. (1977), University of California, Santa Barbara.

SALLY PASION (2000), Assistant Professor of Biology; B.A. (1981), Harvard University; Ph.D. (1995), University of California, Los Angeles.

OONA L. PATCHEN (1987), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1982), Brown University; M.A. (1991), San Francisco State University.

ROBERT W. PATTERSON (1979), Professor of Biology; B.A. (1969), Ph.D. (1975), University of California, Santa Barbara.

SCOTT J. PATTERSON (1997), Professor of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts; B.A. (1986), M.A. (1988), University of the Pacific; Ph.D. (1992), Ohio State University, Columbus.

JULIE C. PAULSON (2001), Assistant Professor of English; B.A. (1993), Reed College; M.A. (2001), Duke University.

JULYANA G. PEARD (1991); Associate Professor of History; B.A. (1971), Durham University; M.A. (1981), Ph.D. (1990), Columbia University.

ELLEN PEEL (1989), Professor of Comparative Literature and English; B.A. (1973), Radcliffe College; M.Phil. (1979), Ph.D. (1982), Yale University.

ANABEL O. PELHAM (1977), Professor of Gerontology; B.A. (1971), Florida Technological University; M.A. (1975), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1980), University of California, San Francisco.

MONIQUE A. PELLETIER (1986), Professor of Management; B.A. (1969), University of Puget Sound; M.A. (1970), University of Washington; M.B.A. (1974), University of Puget Sound; Ph.D. (1977), Illinois State University.

DeVERE E. PENTONY (1958), Professor of International Relations; B.A. (1949), M.A. (1952), Ph.D. (1956), State University of Iowa.

ERIK PEPER (1976), Professor of Holistic Health; B.A. (1967), Harvard University; Ph.D. (1976), Union Graduate School.

JACOB E. PEREA (1977), Dean, College of Education, and Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies in Education; B.S. (1966), New Mexico State University; M.A. (1970), San Francisco State University; Ed.D. (1985), University of California, Berkeley.

SUZANNE PEREGOY (1990), Professor of Elementary Education; B.A. (1970), University of California, Santa Barbara; Ph.D. (1986), University of California, Berkeley.

FRANCISCO PEREZ (1986), Associate Professor of Art; B.F.A. (1972), University of Hartford; M.F.A. (1980), Cranbrook Academy of Art.

DELPHINE PERRET (1981), Professor of Foreign Languages; License ès Lettres (1963), Doctorat de Troisième Cycle (1966), University of Paris, Sorbonne; Doctorat ès Lettres (1979), University of Paris X, Nanterre.

SHANNON E. PERRY (1986), Professor of Nursing; B.S. (1969), Marquette University; M.S. (1971), University of Colorado; Ph.D. (1980), Arizona State University.

L. WILLIAM PERTTULA (1983), Professor of Marketing; B.A. (1968), Williams College; M.B.A. (1973), University of California, Berkeley; advanced study (1973), London School of Economics; Ph.D. (1981), Golden Gate University.

RAYMOND PESTRONG (1966), Professor of Geology; B.S. (1959), City University of New York; M.S. (1961), University of Massachusetts; Ph.D. (1965), Stanford University.

JAMES GORDON PETERS (1974), Professor of Astronomy; B.A. (1959), M.A. (1964), Ph.D. (1969), Indiana University.

WILLIAM PETERS (1986), Professor of Theatre Arts; B.A. (1966), University of Toronto; M.F.A. (1972), Yale University.

PETER F. PFAELZER (1973), Professor of Engineering; B.S. (1966), M.S. (1967), University of California, Berkeley; Ph.D. (1971), Cambridge University.

MARK PHILLIPS (1984), Professor of Secondary Education; B.A. (1959), University of Rochester; M.A. (1961), Columbia University; Ed.D. (1972), University of Massachusetts.

ALICIA PIERCE (1974), Lecturer in Dance; B.A. (1974), M.A. (1990), San Francisco State University.

DOROTHY C. PIONTKOWSKI (1980), Professor of Psychology; B.A. (1972), M.A. (1974), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1981), Stanford University.

CATHLEEN PLATT (1980), Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.S. (1969), Michigan State University; M.P.A. (1973), Ohio State University; Ph.D. (1982), Stanford University.

W. GERALD PLATT (1976), Associate Dean, College of Business, and Professor of Finance; B.S. (1969), Michigan State University; M.A. (1970), Wayne State University; Ph.D. (1973), Ohio State University; M.S. (1984), Stanford University.

PATRICIA PNEUMATIKOS (1984), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1971), University of California, Santa Cruz; M.A. (1978), San Francisco State University.

WENSHEN PONG (1998), Assistant Professor of Engineering; B.S. (1983), National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan; M.S. (1989), Ph.D. (1994), State University of New York, Buffalo.

PATRICIA A. PORTER (1981), Professor of English; B.A. (1961), University of Nebraska; M.A. (1970), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1983), Stanford University.

MICHAEL J. POTEPAN (1991), Associate Professor of Economics; B.A. (1979), California State University, San Bernardino; Ph.D. (1985), University of California, Davis.

PAUL A. PRATCHENKO (1979), Professor of Art; B.A. (1969), M.A. (1971), San Jose State University.

PHILIP PRINZ (1988), Professor of Special Education; B.A. (1971), University of California, Los Angeles; M.S. (1972), Northwestern University; M.S. (1974), Ph.D. (1978), Boston University.

RONALD E. PURSER (1997), Associate Professor of Management; B.A. (1985), Sonoma State University; Ph.D. (1990), Case Western Reserve University.

JAMES QUESADA (1994), Department Chair and Associate Professor of Anthropology; B.A. (1978), Sonoma State University; M.A. (1986), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1994), University of California, San Francisco and Berkeley.

HELENA QUINONEZ (1985), EOP Adviser; Elementary Teachers Credential (1974), Department of Education, Colombia.

ISABEL QUITA (1999), Assistant Professor of Elementary Education; B.S. (1980), Philippine Normal University; M.Ed. (1991), University of the Philippines; Ph.D. (1997), University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

NANCY J. RABOLT (1981), Department Chair and Professor of Consumer and Family Studies/Dietetics; B.S. (1969), State University of New York, Oneonta; M.S. (1973), Southern Illinois University; Ph.D. (1984), University of Tennessee.

CHERIE RACITI (1980), Professor of Art; B.A. (1968), San Francisco State University; M.F.A. (1979), Mills College.

SANDRA RADTKA (1999), Associate Professor of Physical Therapy; B.S. (1974), University of Michigan; M.A. (1977), University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Ph.D. (1985), University of California, Berkeley.

MARCIA RAGGIO (1997), Associate Professor of Special Education; B.A. (1978), M.S. (1980), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1992), University of California, San Francisco.

RAUL RAMIREZ (1983), Lecturer in Journalism; B.S. (1970), University of Florida.

ROBERT M. RAMIREZ (1992), Associate Professor of Biology; B.S. (1981), University of California, Riverside; Ph.D. (1990), University of California, Davis.

SOPHIA S. RAMIREZ (2001), Pre-collegiate Academic Development (PAD) Coordinator; B.A. (1997), M.S. (1999), San Francisco State University.

JANET A. RANDALL (1987), Professor of Biology; B.S. (1965), University of Idaho; M.Ed. (1969), University of Washington; Ph.D. (1977), Washington State University.

DONNA RANKINS-CUNNINGHAM (1983), Career Counselor, Career Center; B.A. (1980), M.S. (1983), San Francisco State University; advanced study, University of San Francisco.

PAUL RECH (1974), Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; License és Sciences (1957), University of Strasbourg; M.A. (1963), Ph.D. (1965), University of California, Berkeley.

CHARLES G. REED (1981), Lecturer in Special Education; B.S. (1966), M.A. (1967), Ph.D. (1973), University of Kansas.

LOUISE REHLING (1994), Associate Professor of Technical and Professional Writing; B.A. (1970), M.A. (1972), Ph.D. (1978), University of Michigan.

NANCY L. REIST (1987), Professor of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts; B.S. (1979), M.S. (1983), Humboldt State University; Ph.D. (1987), University of Minnesota.

DAVID G. RENAKER (1967), Professor of English; B.A. (1963), Pomona College; M.A. (1964), Ph.D. (1967), Harvard University.

ANDREA RENWANZ-BOYLE (1989), Associate Professor of Nursing; B.S. (1970), University of Rhode Island; M.S. (1977), Boston University; D.N.Sc. (1988), University of California, San Francisco.

DIANE RESEK (1977), Professor of Mathematics; B.A. (1962), Wellesley College; Ph.D. (1974), University of California, Berkeley.

ALBERT R. REYES (1974), Academic Counselor, Undergraduate Advising Center; B.S. (1971), M.S. (1973), California State University, Hayward.

JOHNETTA G. RICHARDS (1988), Associate Professor of Black Studies; B.A. (1972), Virginia State College; M.A. (1974), Ph.D. (1987), University of Cincinnati.

GREGG RICKMAN (1986), Lecturer in Cinema; B.A. (1986), M.A. (1988), San Francisco State University.

ALISON J. RIGBY (1999), Assistant Professor of Consumer and Family Studies/Dietetics; M.S. (1991), University of Alberta, Canada; M.P.H. (1999), Ph.D. (1999), University of Washington.

MICHAEL C. RITTER, Coordinator, Prevention Education Programs/C.E.A.S.E., and Lecturer in Counseling; B.S. (1976), College of Charleston; M.S. (1984), San Francisco State University.

FELIX G. RIVERA (1973), Professor of Social Work; B.A. (1965), California State University, Los Angeles; M.S.W. (1971), D.S.W. (1974), University of California, Berkeley.

RAQUEL RIVERA-PINDERHUGHES (1992), Professor of Urban Studies; B.A. (1979), City University of New York; M.A. (1983), Ph.D. (1987), Graduate Center of New York.

ROBERTO RIVERA (1970), Associate Professor of Raza Studies; B.A. (1965), University of San Francisco; advanced study, Stanford University; Ph.D. (1994), University of California, Santa Cruz.

L. LEROY ROACH (1982), Professor of Music; B.A. (1959), Washington State College; M.A. (1965), Washington State University; advanced study, University of California, Berkeley.

NEVILLE ROBBINS (1984), Professor of Mathematics; B.A. (1958), Columbia University; M.A. (1965), Harvard University; Ph.D. (1972), Polytechnic Institute of New York.

MARK ROBERGE (1994), Assistant Professor of English; B.A. (1987), Bowdoin College; M.A. (1993), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (2001), University of California, Berkeley.

ANN ROBERTSON (1980), Lecturer in Philosophy; B.A. (1964), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1971), Ph.D. (1976), State University of New York, Buffalo.

BRUCE ROBERTSON (2001), Assistant Professor of Marketing; B.B.A., M.B.A. (1996), University of Toledo; Ph.D. (2000), University of Cincinnati.

ADELA ROBLES-SÁEZ (2000), Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures; B.A. (1992), Universitat de Valéncia; M.A. (1995), West Virginia University; advanced study, University of California, Berkeley.

MARTHA RODITTI (1975), Lecturer in Social Work; B.A. (1964), Barnard College; M.S.W. (1969), San Francisco State University.

JARBEL RODRIGUEZ (2001), Assistant Professor of History; B.A. (1994), M.A. (1996), University of Miami; M.A. (1998), Ph.D., Princeton University.

TODD ROEHRMAN (1996), Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts; B.F.A. (1987), University of Arizona; M.F.A. (1990), California Institute of the Arts.

ROBERT N. ROGERS (1980), Professor of Physics; B.S. (1956), Ph.D. (1962), Stanford University.

JOSEPH ROMEO (1993), Associate Professor of Biomedical Laboratory Science; B.A. (1975), University of California, Berkeley; Ph.D. (1983), University of California, San Diego.

JONATHAN ROOD (2000), Associate Vice President of Computing Services and Telecommunications.

ALBIRDA J. ROSE (1973), Professor of Dance; B.S. (1971), California State University, Hayward; M.A. (1973), Mills College; Ed.D. (1982), University of San Francisco.

KAREN ROSE (1993), Clinical Counselor, Counseling and Psychological Services; B.A. (1972), Washington University; M.A. (1973), U.S. International University; M.A. (1980), California School of Professional Psychology.

ERIK J. ROSEGARD (2001), Assistant Professor of Recreation and Leisure Studies; B.A. (1987), University of California, Davis; M.S. (1993), Central Washington University; Ph.D. (1997), University of Utah.

JEFF ROSEN (1999), Senior Assistant Librarian; B.A. (1985), M.L.I.S. (1993), University of Texas, Austin.

SANDRA J. ROSEN (1994), Professor of Special Education; B.S. (1976), University of Illinois; M.A. (1978), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1986), Vanderbilt University.

DAVID F. ROSENTHAL (1983), Lecturer in Music; B.F.A. (1974), California Institute of the Arts; advanced study, Cleveland Institute of Music; member, San Francisco Ballet Orchestra.

JUDAH ROSENWALD (1978), Chief Fiscal Officer, Extended Learning; B.A. (1974), University of Texas, El Paso; M.B.A. (1980), San Francisco State University.

BARRY SAMUEL ROTHMAN (1986), Professor of Biology; B.S. (1969), Haverford College; Ph.D. (1975), California Institute of Technology.

ERIC J. ROUTMAN (1994), Associate Professor of Biology; B.S. (1977), M.S. (1980), Indiana University; Ph.D. (1990), Washington University.

JAMES R. ROYSE (1968), Professor of Philosophy; B.A. (1964), University of Louisville; M.A. (1965), Ph.D. (1969), University of Chicago; M.Div. (1971), Pacific School of Religion; Th.D. (1981), Graduate Theological Union.

DAVID T. RUDEL (1999), Study Abraod Adviser; B.A. (1995), Sonoma State University.

CRISTINA RUOTOLO (1997), Assistant Professor of Humanities; B.A. (1985), Stanford University; M.M. (1988), New England Conservatory of Music; Ph.D. (1997), Yale University.

MICHAEL A. RUSTIGAN (1993), Lecturer in Sociology; B.A. (1964), San Francisco State University; M.Crim. (1967), D.Crim. (1974), University of California, Berkeley.

JESSELLYN E. SAFFOLD (1981), Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students; B.A. (1965), Harris-Stowe Teachers College; M.S. (1972), Southern Illinois University; Ph.D. (1981), St. Louis University.

VAL L. SAKOVICH (1972), Coordinator, Instructional Television, Audio-Visual/Instructional Television Center; Professor; B.A. (1966), M.A. (1971), San Francisco State University; Ed.D. (1978), University of Southern California.

LARRY SALOMON (1994), Lecturer in Ethnic Studies; B.A. (1991), M.A. (1994), San Francisco State University; advanced study, University of California, Berkeley.

ROBERT M. SALTZMAN (1989), Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.S. (1981), Brown University; M.S. (1986), Ph.D. (1989), Stanford University.

RICHARD SAMMONS (1982), Lecturer in English, Humanities, and Comparative Literature; B.A. (1962), University of Rochester; M.A. (1967), University of California, Berkeley.

CARLOS SANCHEZ-GUTIERREZ (1995), Associate Professor of Music; B.A. (1985), Universidad de Guadalajara; M.M. (1989), Peabody Conservatory; M.M. (1991), Yale University; Ph.D. (1996), Princeton University.

XOCHITL SANCHEZ-ZARAMA (1999), EOP Outreach/Pre-collegiate Programs; B.A. (1995), University of California, Berkeley.

BILLIE LOU SANDS (1987), Professor of Consumer and Family Studies/Dietetics; B.S. (1962), Northern Michigan University; M.A. (1964), Ph.D. (1970), Michigan State University.

JEFFREY SAPERSTEIN (1995), Lecturer in Marketing; B.A. (1971), City University of New York; M.A. (1972), Denver University.

YUMI E. SATOW (1988), Assistant Professor of Consumer and Family Studies/Dietetics; B.A. (1993), San Francisco State University; M.A. (1998), Ph.D. (2001), University of California, Davis.

VIRGINIA F. SAUNDERS (1966), Professor of Psychology; B.A. (1960), University of Michigan; Ph.D. (1965), Indiana University; post-doctoral study, University of California, San Francisco.

LUTFUS SAYEED (1996), Associate Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.S. (1982), State University of New York, Oneonta; M.S. (1989), Ph.D. (1991), Georgia State University.

VINCENT J. SCHAZE (1956), Associate Professor of Accounting; B.A. (1955), M.S. (1956), San Francisco State University; advanced study, University of California, Berkeley.

JOEL SCHECHTER (1992), Professor of Theatre Arts; B.A. (1969), Antioch College; M.F.A. (1972), D.F.A. (1973), Yale University.

ROBERT SCHLEIHAUF (1995), Professor of Kinesiology; B.S. (1970), M.A., M.Ed., Ed.D. (1984), Columbia University.

MARK SCHLEUNES (1989), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1988), M.A. (1992), San Francisco State University.

PAUL L. SCHMIDBAUER (1966), Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.S. (1959), Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.B.A. (1961), M.S. (1963), Ph.D. (1965), University of California, Berkeley.

MARGARET SCHOERKE (1994), Associate Professor of English; B.A. (1983), M.A. (1988), M.F.A. (1991), Ph.D. (1994), Washington University.

JANET M. SCHROCK (1990), Associate Professor of Consumer and Family Studies/Dietetics; B.S. (1964), University of Pennsylvania; M.Ed. (1970), The Pennsylvania State University; M.S. (1973), Oklahoma State University; Ph.D. (1978), University of Missouri.

JAY R. SCHROCK (1990), Associate Professor of Hospitality Management; B.S. (1972), Oklahoma State University; M.S. (1974), Kansas State University; Ph.D. (1985), Texas Tech University.

ADRIANA L. SCHULER (1982), Professor of Special Education; Degree and certificate in Speech and Hearing (1970), The Hague, Netherlands; M.A. (1974), Ph.D. (1979), University of California, Santa Barbara.

ALEXANDER SCHUSTER (2000), Assistant Professor of Mathematics; B.S. (1992), University of Toronto; M.S. (1995), Ph.D. (1997), University of Michigan.

JEROME SCHWAB (1994), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1971), Pennsylvania State University; M.A. (1978), San Francisco State University; M.A. (1984), Sorbonne, Paris.

ROBERT N. SCHWEITZER (1962), Professor of Economics; B.A. (1952), Wabash College; Ph.D. (1963), University of California, Berkeley.

DON W. SCOBLE (1965), Vice President for Business and Finance; B.A. (1961), M.A. (1971), San Francisco State University.

FRANK E. SCOTT (1999), Assistant Professor of Public Administration; B.A. (1973), St. Mary's University of San Antonio; M.S.W. (1976), University of Hawaii; D.P.A., (1998), University of La Verne.

MARY E. SCOTT (1990), Department Chair and Professor of Humanities; B.A. (1974), M.A. (1977), Harvard University; Ph.D. (1989), Princeton University.

THOMAS SCOVEL (1982), Professor of English; B.A. (1961), College of Wooster; M.A. (1964), The Ohio State University; Ph.D. (1970), University of Michigan.

SALLY ANNE SCULLY (1974), Professor of History; B.A. (1961), Smith College; M.A. (1962), Ph.D. (1975), Harvard University.

MARJORIE J. SEASHORE (1970), Department Chair and Professor of Sociology; B.A. (1964), M.A. (1966), Ph.D. (1968), Stanford University.

ERWIN SEIBEL (1978), Professor of Geology; B.S. (1965), City University of New York; M.S. (1966), Ph.D. (1972), University of Michigan.

DOROTHY SEIDEN (1960), Professor of Consumer and Family Studies; B.A. (1952), M.A. (1955), Ph.D. (1968), University of California, Berkeley; post-doctoral fellow, University of California, Berkeley.

THOMASSINE SELLERS (1969), Professor of Elementary Education; B.A. (1964), Michigan State University; M.A. (1966), New York University; Ed.D. (1976), Stanford University.

GARY A. SELNOW (1992), Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.S. (1969), Rutgers University; M.S. (1974), Ph.D. (1978), Michigan State University.

SANJIT SENGUPTA (1996), Associate Professor of Marketing; B.T. (1980), Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur; M.M.S. (1982), University of Bombay, India; Ph.D. (1990), University of California, Berkeley.

MARGARETA SEQUIN (1988), Lecturer in Chemistry; Diploma (1966), Ph.D. (1970), University of Basel; post-doctoral study, Princeton University.

VIRGINIAANN GREER SHADWICK (1968), Librarian; B.A. (1964), Michigan State University; M.S.L.S. (1967), University of Kentucky; advanced study, The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

HAMID SHAHNASSER (1989), Professor of Engineering; B.E. (1981), McGill University; M.S. (1983), Carnegie-Mellon University; Ph.D. (1988), Drexel University.

CHARLES S. SHAPIRO (1967), Professor of Physics; B.S. (1957), Brooklyn College; M.S. (1960), Ph.D. (1965), Syracuse University.

JERALD SHAPIRO (1976), Professor of Social Work; B.A. (1967), The Ohio State University; M.S.W. (1973), San Francisco State University; D.S.W. (1978), M.P.H. (1980), University of California, Berkeley; J.D. (1998), John F. Kennedy University.

AMITA SHASTRI (1989), Professor of Political Science; B.A. (1975), M.A. (1977), M.Phil. (1980), University of Delhi; Ph.D. (1985), Jawaharlal Nehru University.

VANESSA SHEARED (1993), Associate Dean, College of Education, and Professor of Adult Education; B.A. (1977), Wheaton College; M.A. (1980), Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge; Ed.D. (1992), Northern Illinois University.

ROSA HERNANDEZ SHEETS (1998), Assistant Professor of Elementary Education; B.A., University of New Mexico; M.A., Ph.D. (1995), University of Washington.

PAUL SHERWIN (2002), Dean, College of Humanities and Professor of English; B.A. (1967), Union College; M.A. (1968), M.Phil. (1970), Ph.D. (1974), Yale University.

SUSAN P. SHERWOOD (1989), Senior Assistant Librarian; B.A. (1988), San Francisco State University; M.L.I.S. (1989), University of California, Berkeley.

MAY SHIH (1986), Professor of English; B.A. (1972), Wellesley College; M.A. (1974), Ph.D. (1979), Yale University.

SUSAN B. SHIMANOFF (1986), Associate Dean, College of Humanities, and Professor of Speech and Communication Studies; B.A. (1972), Northwestern University; M.A. (1974), San Diego State University; Ph.D. (1978), University of Southern California.

DAVID O. SHIPP (1974), Professor of Social Work; B.A. (1969), California State University, Sacramento; M.S.W. (1971), D.S.W. (1978), University of California, Berkeley.

ALLAN SHOCKER (1998), Visiting Professor of Marketing; B.S. (1960), Stanford University; M.S.I.A., Ph.D. (1971), Carnegie-Mellon University.

LARRY SHORT (1994), Lecturer in Management; B.S. (1982), Coppin State College.

VINAY K. SHRIVASTAVA (1990), Associate Professor of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts; B.S. (1972), Lucknow University, India; D.C. (1976), Film and TV Institute of India, Pune, India; M.A. (1983), University of Texas; Ph.D. (1990), University of Southern California.

AARON SHURIN (1990), Lecturer in Creative Writing; B.A. (1969), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1982), New College of California.

MARK SIGMON (1993), Lecturer in History; B.A. (1982), M.A. (1986), Ph.D. (1995), University of California, Berkeley.

MURRAY I. SILVERMAN (1986), Professor of Management; B.S. (1964), Carnegie Mellon University; M.S. (1965), Purdue University; Ph.D. (1972), Stanford University.

ANITA SILVERS (1967), Professor of Philosophy; B.A. (1962), Sarah Lawrence College; Ph.D. (1967), The Johns Hopkins University.

JANET M. SIM (1986), Department Chair and Professor, Hospitality Management; B.S. (1963), University of Colorado; M.S. (1966), Iowa State University; advanced study, University of Toronto; Ed.D. (1989), University of San Francisco.

ROBLYN SIMEON (1996), Associate Professor of International Business; B.A. (1976), State University of New York, Albany; M.A. (1980), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1984), SAIS-Johns Hopkins; Ph.D. (1996), University of California, Berkeley.

URSULA SIMONIS (1993), Associate Professor of Chemistry; Diploma in Chemistry (1982), Ph.D. (1985), Westfalische Wilhelms-Universitat Munster, Germany.

DWIGHT J. SIMPSON (1968), Professor of International Relations; B.A. (1947), M.A. (1948), Ph.D. (1950), Stanford University; B.Litt. (1953), Oxford University; Cert. Int. Rel. (1955), Oslo University; post-doctoral study, Columbia University, University of Istanbul.

MICHAEL J. SIMPSON (1986), Athletic Director; B.A. (1967), M.A. (1970), Ph.D. (1985), University of California, Santa Barbara.

DIPENDRA SINHA (1987), Professor of Engineering; B.S. (1967), Patna University (Patna, India); M.S. (1978), Ph.D. (1981), University of Manchester, Institute of Science and Technology (England).

DAVID E. SISK (1978), Professor of Economics; B.A. (1965), M.A. (1966), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1976), University of California, Los Angeles.

CATHERINE SISKRON (1985), Lecturer in Russian; B.A. (1970), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1987), San Francisco State University; advanced study, University of California, Berkeley.

HEATHER SISNEROS (2001), Athletic Coach; B.A. (1994), San Francisco State University; M.S. (2001), North Dakota State University.

BRITTA SJOGREN (1999), Assistant Professor of Cinema; B.A. (1981), University of California, Berkeley; M.F.A. (1992), Ph.D. (1997), University of California, Los Angeles.

GEORGE W. SMALL (1980), Lecturer in Geography and Human Environmental Studies; B.A. (1952), The Citadel; M.A. (1976), San Francisco State University.

BRETT W. SMITH (1987), Acting Director, Undergraduate Advising Center; B.A. (1977), M.P.A. (1986), College of Notre Dame.

CORLESS A. SMITH (1984), Professor of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts; B.A. (1969), M.A. (1970), Ph.D. (1974), University of Missouri.

DIANA M. SMITH (1995), Assistant Professor of Biomedical Laboratory Science; B.S. (1976), Marquette University and St. Mary's Hospital School of Medical Technology; M.S. (1982), University of Nebraska Medical Center; Ph.D. (1987), State University of New York.

ERNA R. SMITH (1989), Professor of Journalism; B.J. (1977), University of Texas, Austin.

JAMES T. SMITH (1969), Professor of Mathematics; B.A. (1961), Harvard College; M.A. (1964), San Francisco State University; M.S. (1966), Stanford University; Ph.D. (1970), University of Saskatchewan.

MIRIAM SMITH (1998), Assistant Professor of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts; B.A. (1980), J.D. (1985), Brigham Young University; M.A. (1991), University of Southern California.

NINA JO SMITH (1991), Coordinator, The SAFE Place; B.A. (1976), San Jose State University; M.A. (1992), San Francisco State University.

PEGGY H. SMITH (1976), Professor of Counseling; B.A. (1966), University of Kansas; M.A. (1968), Arizona State University; Ph.D. (1974), Stanford University.

ROBERT C. SMITH (1989), Professor of Political Science; B.A. (1970), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1972), University of California, Los Angeles; Ph.D. (1975), Howard University.

THOMAS B. SMITH (1991), Professor of Biology; B.S. (1978), M.S. (1981), University of Wisconsin, Madison; Ph.D. (1988), University of California, Berkeley.

GRETA SNIDER (2001), Assistant Professor of Cinema; B.F.A. (1985), Antioch University; M.F.A. (2001), San Francisco State University.

C. SARAH SOH (1994), Associate Professor of Anthropology; B.A. (1971), Sogang University, Seoul, Korea; M.A. (1983), Ph.D. (1987), University of Hawaii.

H. ERIC SOLOMON (1964), Professor of English; B.A. (1950), Harvard College; M.A. (1953), Ph.D. (1958), Harvard University.

ELIZABETH SOMMERS (1990), Professor of English; B.A. (1978), Columbia College, Chicago; M.A. (1981), Ph.D. (1986), State University of New York, Buffalo.

EDWARD SORENSEN (1990), Lecturer in Management; B.A. (1979), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1988), University of California, Davis.

JAIME SORIA (1995), High School Outreach Specialist, Student Outreach Services; B.A. (1992), St Mary's College of California.

GLORIA SOTO (1996), Associate Professor of Special Education; B.S. (1988), Universidad Pontificia, Spain; M.S. (1991), Ph.D. (1994), Purdue University.

NANCY SOURS (1980), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1968), M.A. (1969), San Francisco State University; advanced study, University of California, Berkeley.

JAMES L. SOUTHAM (1973), Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.S. (1964), M.S. (1965), Southern Oregon College; Ph.D. (1970), Oregon State University; M.B.A. (1977), University of California, Berkeley; J.D. (1992), University of California, Hastings College of the Law.

DIANTHE M. SPENCER (1990), Professor of Music; B.S. (1978), Florida A & M University; M.M. (1980), Washington University, St. Louis; advanced study, University of San Francisco.

THOMAS D. SPENCER (1964), Professor of Psychology; B.S. (1958), University of Illinois; M.A. (1959), Hollins College; Ph.D. (1962), University of Iowa.

GREG S. SPICER (1996), Associate Professor of Biology; B.S. (1980), University of Texas at Arlington; M.S. (1986), Texas Tech. University; Ph.D. (1990), University of Chicago.

LEO SPIER (1979), Professor of International Business; B.S. (1955), Cornell University; M.B.A. (1959), Ph.D. (1962), University of Washington.

MANLY E. STALEY (1979), Professor of Management; B.A. (1966), Grinnell College; Ph.D. (1975), University of Texas; post-doctoral study, Northwestern University.

PHILLIP V. STANLEY (1975), Professor of Classics; B.A. (1967), University of California, Los Angeles, M.A. (1969), Graduate Theological Union; M.A. (1970), Ph.D. (1976), University of California, Berkeley.

DAPHNE STANNARD (1998), Assistant Professor of Nursing; B.S.N. (1986), Vanderbilt University; M.S.N. (1991), Ph.D. (1997), University of California, San Francisco.

L. SUSAN STARK (1991), Professor of Consumer and Family Studies; B.S. (1965), University of Illinois; M.S. (1967), The Pennsylvania State University; Ph.D. (1990), New York University.

JOAN STARKOVICH (1989), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1987), M.A. (1992), San Francisco State University.

JUDI STEBEL (2000), Assistant Professor of Marketing; Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.

LORETTA STEC (1993), Associate Professor of English; B.A. (1984), Boston College; M.Phil. (1990), Ph.D. (1993), Rutgers University.

SAUL STEIER (1982), Associate Professor of Humanities; B.A. (1963), Ph.D. (1973), University of California, Los Angeles.

THEODORE E. STEINER (1969), Professor of Psychology; B.A. (1961), University of California, Los Angeles; Ph.D. (1966), Indiana University.

MARILYN STEPNEY (1991), Associate Professor of Educational Administration; B.S. (1959), M.A. (1965), Eastern Michigan University; Ed.D. (1981), University of San Francisco.

FLORENCE STICKNEY (1988), Lecturer in Marketing; B.A. (1970), Massachusetts College of Art; M.A. (1971), San Francisco Art Institute.

MATTHEW F. STOLZ (1964), Professor of Political Science; B.A. (1956), M.A. (1958), Ph.D. (1965), University of California, Berkeley.

GENIE N. L. STOWERS (1991), Associate Dean, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, and Department Chair and Professor of Public Administration; B.A. (1979), University of Florida; M.P.A. (1980), Florida Atlantic University; Ph.D. (1987), Florida State University.

BRIAN STRANG (1995), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1989), University of California, Santa Barbara; M.A. (1995), San Francisco State University.

JUDI E. STREBEL (2000), Assistant Professor of Marketing; B.A., Ph.D. (1997), University of California, Berkeley; M.S. (1986), University of California, Davis.

ROBERT STRONG (1993), Lecturer in Marketing; B.S. (1986), M.B.A. (1990), San Francisco State University.

JOHN D. STUBBS (1968), Professor of Biology; B.A. (1960), Washington University; M.S. (1962), Ph.D. (1965), University of Wisconsin.

YULI SU (1996), Associate Professor of Finance; B.B.A. (1988), M.B.A. (1991), Ph.D. (1996), University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

JOHN J. SULLIVAN (1982), Professor of Management; B.S. (1969), M.B.A. (1970), Ph.D. (1978), University of Florida.

CHRISTINE F. SUMMERFORD (1979), Professor in Kinesiology; B.S. (1969), Colorado State University; M.Ed. (1970), Montana State University; P.E.D. (1979), Indiana University.

SUSAN CHU SUNG (1977), Professor of Social Work; B.A. (1969), M.S.W. (1972), D.S.W. (1977), University of California, Berkeley.

STEVE SURRYHNE (1993), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1987), M.A. (1992), San Francisco State University.

DEAN P. SUZUKI (1989), Associate Professor of Music; B.A. (1976), Seattle Pacific College; M.A. (1981), University of Southern California.

DEBORAH SWANSON (1990), Associate Professor of English; B.A. (1974), Westmont College; M.A. (1983), San Francisco State University; Ph.D (1992), Stanford University.

MINH HOA TA (2000), Assistant Professor of Asian American Studies; B.A. (1987), University of California, Berkeley; M.S.W. (1990), San Francisco State University; Ed.D. (2000), University of San Francisco.

ALI M. TABATABAIAN (1966), Professor of Mathematics; B.A. (1955), University of Tehran; M.A. (1959), Ph.D. (1968), University of California, Berkeley.

DAVID TABB (1972), Professor of Political Science; B.A. (1962), Antioch College; Ph.D. (1969), University of North Carolina.

EIKO TAI (1992), Associate Professor of Foreign Languages; B.A. (1976), Meiji Gakuin University, Japan; M.A. (1981), San Francisco State University; M.A. (1990), Ph.D. (1993), University of California, Berkeley.

RITA TAKAHASHI (1989), Professor of Social Work; B.A. (1969), University of Hawaii; M.S.W. (1973), University of Michigan; M.P.I.A. (1978), Ph.D. (1980), University of Pittsburg.

NOBUKO TAKAMATSU (1986), Lecturer in Japanese; B.A. (1970), Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan; M.A. (1989), San Francisco State University.

SUSAN E. TAPPER (1975), Professor of Health Education; B.S. (1966), Temple University; M.S. (1969), Trenton State College; Ed.D. (1975), Temple University.

GUS TARAKJI (1986), Professor of Engineering; B.E. (1978), American University of Beirut; M.S. (1980), University of Florida; Ph.D. (1983), Clemson University.

NORAIR N. TASCHIAN (1967), Professor of Foreign Languages; B.A. (1959), M.A. (1964), Ph.D. (1974), University of California, Berkeley.

BARRY TAYLOR (1984), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1970), Northwestern University; M.A. (1972), Ph.D. (1974), University of Michigan.

FRED LaDON TAYLOR (1979), Professor of Recreation and Leisure Studies; B.S. (1972), University of Illinois; M.S. (1978), California State University, Hayward; Ed.D. (1989), University of San Francisco.

M. DAWN TERRELL (1990), Associate Professor of Psychology; B.A. (1980), University of California, Berkeley; M.S. (1982), M.Phil. (1983), Ph.D. (1989), Yale University.

CHARLES L. THOMAS, JR. (1989), Athletic Coach and Lecturer in Kinesiology; B.S. (1978), Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

ELLEN THOMPSON (1995), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1980), Humboldt State University; M.A. (1992), M.F.A. (1997), San Francisco State University.

STANLEY TICK (1966), Professor of English; B.A. (1949), Brooklyn College; M.A. (1955), New York University; Ph.D. (1966), University of California, San Diego.

PATRICK T. TIERNEY (1991), Professor of Recreation and Leisure Studies; B.S. (1976), Northern Arizona University; M.S. (1979), Ph.D. (1991), Colorado State University.

ALLYSON TINTIANGCO-CUBALES (2000), Assistant Professor of Asian American Studies; B.A. (1994), University of California, Berkeley; Ph.D. (2000), University of California, Los Angeles.

JO TOMALIN (2001), Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts; Teacher's Certificate (1972), University of London, Goldsmith College; Certificat d'Etudes (1985), Ecole International de Theatre Jacques Lecoq Conservatory, Paris; B.A. (2000), Western Illinois University; advanced study, Boise State University.

BENJAMIN TONG (1970), Lecturer in Asian American Studies; B.A. (1965), M.A. (1970), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1974), California School of Professional Psychology.

DARLENE TONG (1975), Librarian and Department Co-chair; B.A. (1970), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1974), University of Washington; M.L.S. (1975), University of California, Berkeley.

JOSEPH M. TORRES (1994), Director of Affirmative Action; B.A. (1973), University of California, Berkeley; J.D. (1978), Hastings College of Law.

RAYMOND J. TRAUTMAN (1987), Associate Professor of Chemistry; B.A. (1977), Ph.D. (1980), Trinity College, University of Dublin (Ireland).

JOHN K. TRIPP (1995), Lecturer in Marketing; B.S., Northwestern University; M.B.A., New York University.

ADRIENNE TRYON (1992), Lecturer in Ethnic Studies; B.A. (1989), University of California, Santa Barbara; M.A. (1992), San Francisco State University; advanced study, University of San Francisco.

HUNG PING TSAO (1985), Lecturer in Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.S. (1963), National Taiwan Normal University; M.S. (1969), University of Wisconsin; Ph.D. (1976), University of Illinois.

OBA T'SHAKA (1972), Professor of Black Studies; B.A. (1961), San Francisco State University; advanced study, Hastings Law School, San Francisco; Ph.D. (1991), Western Institute.

DOROTHY R. TSURUTA (1997), Associate Professor of Black Studies; B.A. (1970), M.A. (1972), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1978), Stanford University.

ANDREI TSYGANKOV (2000), Assistant Professor of International Relations; (1988), Highest Education; Ph.D. (1991), Moscow State University; Ph.D. (2000), University of Southern California.

GEORGE W. TUMA (1970), Professor of English; B.A. (1959), Harvard College; B.D. (1962), Church Divinity School of the Pacific; M.A. (1965), Ph.D. (1970), Michigan State University.

JOSEPH S. TUMAN (1992), Professor of Speech and Communication Studies; B.A. (1980), J.D. (1983), University of California, Berkeley.

MITCH TURITZ (1987), Librarian; B.A. (1975), M.L.S. (1976), University of Michigan.

JULES TYGIEL (1978), Professor of History; B.A. (1969), Brooklyn College; M.A. (1973), Ph.D. (1977), University of California, Los Angeles.

V. UDAYABHANU (1987), Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.E. (1969), University of Madras, India; M.S. (1970), University of California, Berkeley; M.S. (1979), Ph.D. (1982), Carnegie-Mellon University.

STEPHEN UJLAKI (2001), Department Chair and Professor of Cinema; B.A. (1965), Harvard College; M.F.A. (1967), Institut de Hautes Etudes Cinematographiques.

CONNIE ULASEWICZ (1992), Lecturer in Consumer and Family Studies/Dietetics; B.A. (1976), Syracuse University; M.S. (1981), University of Maryland.

THADDEUS W. USOWICZ (1983), Associate Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.S. (1965), M.S. (1968), Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.S. (1976), Ph.D. (1991), University of California.

ANA VALENZUELA (2001), Assistant Professor of International Business; B.B.S. (1993), Universidad de Madrid, Autonoma; M.B.A. (1995), Georgetown University; Ph.D. (1998), Universidad de Madrid, Autonoma.

MARY ANN VAN DAM (1990), Lecturer in Nursing; B.S. (1987), M.S. (1989), University of California, San Francisco.

ILONA VANDERGRIFF (1996), Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages; M.A. (1990), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1995), University of California, Berkeley.

JEAN VAN KEULEN (1994), Professor of Special Education; B.A. (1968), M.A. (1971), M.A. (1973), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1978), University of California, Berkeley, and San Francisco State University.

PAMELA VAUGHN (1993), Department Chair, Classics and Comparative Literature and Associate Professor of Classics; B.A. (1971), St. Olaf College; M.A. (1983), Ph.D. (1988), University of California, Berkeley.

JANE K. VEEDER (1991), Associate Professor of Creative Arts; B.F.A. (1969), California College of Arts and Crafts; M.F.A. (1977), School of the Arts Institute of Chicago.

C. DANIEL VENCILL (1974), Director, Criminal Justice Program, and Professor of Economics; A.B. (1962), University of California, Riverside; M.A. (1965), Ph.D. (1971), Stanford University.

FRANK M. VERDUCCI (1963), Professor of Kinesiology; B.A. (1954), M.A. (1958), San Francisco State University; Ed.D. (1967), Stanford University.

BENITO M. VERGARA, JR. (1999), Assistant Professor of Asian American Studies; B.A. (1990), University of the Philippines, Los Banos; M.A. (1992), M.A. (1995), Cornell University.

MARILYN VERHEY (1991), Acting Dean, Faculty Affairs and Professional Development, and Professor of Nursing; B.A. (1966), Sioux Falls College; M.L.S. (1967), University of Illinois; B.S. (1976), M.S. (1979), Ph.D. (1992), Boston College.

SAMEER VERMA (1991), Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.E. (1992), Osmania University; M.S. (1995), Georgia State University.

FREDERICK VINCENT (1993), Lecturer in Ethnic Studies; B.A. (1987), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1993), San Francisco State University; advanced study, University of California, Berkeley.

JO H. VOLKERT (1978), Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management and Planning; B.A. (1973), Occidental College; M.S. (1975), Pepperdine University; Ph.D. (1985), Stanford University.

BEVERLY VOLOSHIN (1987), Professor of English; B.A. (1971), University of California, Los Angeles; M.A. (1973), Ph.D. (1979), University of California, Berkeley.

AMY A. VRIHEAS-NICHOLS (1993), Associate Professor of Nursing; B.S. (1984), University of San Francisco; M.S. (1988), University of California, San Francisco; Ed.D. (1996), University of San Francisco.

JULIEN J. WADE (1969), Professor of Finance; A.A. (1961), Mt. San Antonio College; B.A. (1963), M.A. (1964), Ph.D. (1972), Stanford University.

ROBIN M. WAGNER (1986), Associate Professor of Accounting; B.S. (1975), The Ohio State University; Ph.D. (1982), University of California, Berkeley.

VENISE WAGNER (2001), Assistant Professor of Journalism; B.S. (1985), University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana; M.A. (1987), Monterey Institute of International Studies.

JAMES WAGSTAFFE (1986), Lecturer in Journalism; B.A. (1977), Stanford University; J.D. (1980), Hastings College of Law.

ANGELIKA VON WAHL (2001), Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Relations; B.A. (1985), Ludwig Miximilians University, Munich; Dip. (1989), Dr.Phil. (1995), Free University of Berlin.

RACHELLE WAKSLER (1990), Professor of English; B.A. (1978), Cornell University; M.A. (1983), Ph.D. (1990), Harvard University.

SUSAN D. WALDMAN (1988), Lecturer in Psychology; B.A. (1970), M.A. (1974), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1982), Stanford University.

CHRISTOPHER WALDREP (2000), Jamie and Phyllis Pasker Chair in History; B.S. (1973), Eastern Illinois University; M.A. (1974), Purdue University; Ph.D. (1990), Ohio State University.

ROBERT WALKER (1979), Professor of Social Work; B.A. (1960), Central State College, Oklahoma; M.S.W. (1963), Atlanta University; M.A. (1970), Ph.D. (1976), Stanford University.

STEPHEN A. WALLACE (1997), Professor of Kinesiology; B.S. (1972), M.A. (1973), Kent State University; Ph.D. (1976), University of Wisconsin, Madison.

SYLVIA S. WALTERS (1984), Department Chair and Professor of Art; B.S. (1960), M.S. (1961), M.F.A. (1962), University of Wisconsin.

CECELIA M. WAMBACH (1986), Professor of Elementary Education; B.A. (1973), Notre Dame of Maryland College; M.A. (1975), New York University; Ph.D. (1987), Fordham University.

LINDA WANEK (1993), Associate Professor of Physical Therapy; B.S. (1976), University of Kansas; M.S. (1980), University of North Carolina; Ph.D. (1993), University of Southern California.

JAY C. WARD (1994), Coordinator, International Student Services; B.A. (1981), San Francisco State University; M.A. (1983), Monterey Institute of International Studies.

DANIEL L. WARDLOW (1991), Professor of Marketing; B.A. (1973), M.B.A. (1987), Ph.D. (1991), Michigan State University.

MARYANNE WARREN (1974), Professor of Philosophy; B.A. (1968), Ph.D. (1975), University of California, Berkeley.

PENELOPE M. WARREN (1977), Counselor, Counseling and Psychological Services; B.S. (1969), University of Wisconsin; M.S. (1973), Illinois State University; Ph.D. (1978), Purdue University; M.Div. (1986), Church Divinity School of the Pacific.

RHONNIE WASHINGTON (1989), Associate Professor of Theatre Arts; B.S. (1975), East Texas State University; M.A. (1976), Ph.D. (1983), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

MITCH WASIK (1995), Athletic Trainer; B.A. (1992), California State University, Chico; M.S. (1994), University of Arizona.

ADDISON WATANABE (1991), Associate Professor of Special Education; B.A. (1973), Bradley University; M.S. (1987), University of Utah; Ph.D. (1991), University of Florida.

LOUISA WEBB (2001), Assistant Professor of Kinesiology; B.S. (1988), M.Ed. (1997), Ph.D. (2002), The University of Queensland.

GAIL WEINSTEIN (1992), Professor of English; B.A. (1977), Kirkland College; M.A. (1982), Ph.D. (1986), The University of Pennsylvania.

STEVEN L. WEINSTEIN (1997), Assistant Professor of Biology; B.S. (1980), State University of New York, Binghamton; Ph.D. (1992), University of California, San Francisco.

JOHANNA WEIR (1987), Acting Coordinator, Technical and Professional Writing, and Lecturer in Design and Industry; B.A. (1972), California State University, Hayward; M.A. (1994), San Francisco State University.

PETER NISSEN WELTNER (1969), Professor of English; B.A. (1964), Hamilton College; Ph.D. (1970), Indiana University.

GERALD I. WEST (1967), Professor of Counseling; B.A. (1958), University of Denver; M.S. (1963), Southern Illinois University; Ph.D. (1967), Purdue University.

JOHN E. WESTFALL (1968), Professor of Geography and Human Environmental Studies; B.A. (1960), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1964), Ph.D. (1969), George Washington University.

MAUREEN C. WHALEN (1994), Professor of Biology; B.S. (1979), Cook College, Rutgers University; Ph.D. (1986), University of California, Berkeley.

SHAWN WHALEN (1997), Director of Forensics and Lecturer in Speech and Communication Studies; B.A. (1987), M.A. (1989), San Diego State University.

ELIZABETH WHALLEY (1987), Professor of English; B.A. (1965), University of Wisconsin; M.A. (1971), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1976), Stanford University.

ANTHONY J. WHEELER (1983), Professor of Engineering; B.S. (1963), M.S. (1964), Ph.D. (1971), Stanford University.

SUSAN E. WHIPP (1982), Professor of Dance; B.S. (1971), M.A. (1977), M.F.A. (1979), University of Wisconsin, Madison.

KAREN GAIL WHITAKER (1980), Associate Vice President, Academic Program Development, and Professor of Kinesiology; B.S. (1970), College of William and Mary; M.S. (1972), Smith College; Ed.D. (1980), University of North Carolina, Greensboro.

LISA D. WHITE (1990), Department Chair and Professor of Geosciences; B.A. (1984), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1989), University of California, Santa Cruz.

LARRY D. WHITNEY (1982), Professor of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts; B.A. (1963), M.A. (1965), University of California, Berkeley; M.Ed. (1972), University of Hawaii; Ph.D. (1975), University of Oregon.

HELENE WHITSON (1966), Librarian; B.A. (1964), M.L.S. (1966), University of California, Berkeley.

ANNE HILGARD WIDERSTROM (1990), Professor of Special Education; B.A. (1957), Pomona College; M.A. (1972), Glassboro State College; Ph.D. (1979), Temple University.

KAREN WIEDERHOLT (1991), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1986), University of California; M.A. (1992), San Francisco State University.

RICHARD K. WIERSBA (1987), Associate Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.S. (1955), Drake University; M.B.A. (1956), Indiana University; Ph.D. (1978), Case Western Reserve University.

JAMES W. WILEY (2002), Director, Public Research Institute and Professor of Sociology; B.A. (1965), San Diego State University; M.A. (1968), Ph.D. (1975), Vanderbilt University.

NANCY L. WILKINSON (1986), Department Chair and Professor of Geography and Human Environmental Studies; B.A. (1975), San Jose State University; M.A. (1978), Ph.D. (1983), University of Oregon.

EDWIN T. WILLIAMS (1969), Professor of Foreign Languages; B.A. (1957), Princeton University; M.A. (1959), Middlebury College; Ph.D. (1967), Colorado University.

ROBERT WILLIAMS (1999), Assistant Professor of Counseling; B.S. (1988), Howard University; M.A. (1992), Ph.D. (1998), University of Missouri.

STANLEY C. WILLIAMS (1967), Professor of Biology; B.A. (1961), M.A. (1963), San Diego State University; Ph.D. (1968), Arizona State College; advanced study, University of Kansas.

CLAUDIA WILSON (1985), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1973), University of Santa Cruz; M.A. (1982), San Francisco State University.

JOHN WILSON (1993), Associate Professor of Theatre Arts; B.F.A. (1975), Illinois Weslayan University; M.A. (1979), San Francisco State University; M.F.A. (1982), Carnegie-Mellon University.

STEPHEN H. WILSON (1982), Professor of Art; B.A. (1967), Antioch College; M.Ed. (1968), Boston College; M.F.A. (1981), School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Ph.D. (1972), University of Chicago.

MARY WINEGARDEN (1994), Lecturer in English; B.A. (1969), University of Chicago; M.A. (1994), San Francisco State University.

MELANIE WISE (1995), Lecturer in English; B.F.A. (1988), Virginia Commonwealth University; M.A. (1995), San Francisco State University.

VULINDLELA WOBOGO (1991), Lecturer in Black Studies; B.S. (1966), M.S. (1975), San Jose State University.

MICHELLE ANDREA WOLF (1983), Professor of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts; B.A. (1974), M.A. (1979), University of Massachusetts at Amherst; Ph.D. (1982), University of Texas.

BERNARD P. WONG (1986), Professor of Anthropology; B.A. (1966), Berchmans College, Philippines; M.A. (1971), Ph.D. (1974), University of Wisconsin.

C. S. (JAMES) WONG (1990), Professor of Computer Science; B.S. (1984), University of Toronto; M.S. (1986), Southwest Texas State University; Ph.D. (1990), The University of Texas, Dallas.

JAMES WONG (2001), Career Counselor, Career Center; B.A. (1979), University of California, Santa Barbara; M.A. (1986), University of San Francisco; Master's of Divinity (1992), San Francisco Theological Seminary.

JERRY WONG (1985), Lecturer in Mathematics and Adjunct Professor in Ethnic Studies; B.A. (1973), M.A. (1975), University of California, Berkeley.

SUI NGIN WONG (1967), Professor of Finance; B.B.A. (1954), University of the East; B.A. (1955), University of Philippines; M.B.A. (1958), Ph.D. (1965), University of California, Berkeley.

YIM YU WONG (1995), Department Chair and Professor of International Business; B.B. (1985), M.B.A. (1987), Western Illinois University; Ph.D. (1991), University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

DONALD F. WOOD (1970), Professor of Marketing and International Business; B.A. (1957), M.A. (1958), University of Wisconsin; Ph.D. (1970), Harvard University.

ELIZABETH C. WRIGHT (1973), Professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures; B.A. (1965), Sarah Lawrence College; M.A. (1967), Hunter College; Ph.D. (1975), New York University.

RHONDA WRIGHT (1986), Project Coordinator, Office of Student Programs and Leadership Development; B.A. (1985), M.A. (1998), San Francisco State University.

WEIMING WU (1995), Associate Professor of Chemistry; B.S. (1986), Nanjing University, China; Ph.D. (1992), University of Illinios.

YENBO WU (2000), Director of International Programs.

PENG XU (1994), Associate Professor of Economics; B.A. (1983), M.A. (1986), Shanghai Maritime University, China; Ph.D. (1994), University of Iowa.

NORIMI YAMAGUCHI (1967), Lecturer in Kinesiology; B.A. (1959), Meiji-Gakuin University.

GINGER YAMAMOTO (1979), EOP Senior Coordinator; B.A. (1973), University of California, Berkeley; M.A. (1980), San Francisco State University.

K. MORGAN YAMANAKA (1962), Professor of Social Work; B.A. (1950), M.S.W. (1953), University of California, Berkeley.

NINI YANG (2001), Assistant Professor of International Business; B.A. (1982), Beijing Institute of Foreign Languages and Tourism; M.A. (1989), Ph.D. (1996), State University of New York, Buffalo.

AGUIBOU Y. YANSANE (1983), Professor of Black Studies and International Relations; B.S. (1958), Universerté de Paris; B.S. (1964), Utah State University; M.A. (1967), Ph.D. (1971), Stanford University.

CHRISTINA S. YAO (1983), Professor of Foreign Languages; B.A. (1973), National Taiwan University; M.A. (1975), Washington University; Ph.D. (1982), Stanford University.

MY L. YARABINEC (1994), Coordinator of Study Abroad and International Exchange Programs; B.A. (1970), Portland State University; M.S. (1979), San Francisco State University.

DARLENE YEE (1990), Professor of Gerontology; B.S. (1980), Barnard College, Columbia University; M.S. (1981), College of New Rochelle; M.S. (1984), Ed.D. (1985), Teachers College, Columbia University; C.H.E.S. (1989).

GUSTAVO A. YEP (1995), Professor of Speech and Communication Studies; B.A. (1980), M.A. (1985), Ph.D. (1990), University of Southern California.

YEW MUN YIP (1998), Assistant Professor of Finance; M.S. (1984), Purdue University; Ph.D. (1998), University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

GRACE YOO (1999), Assistant Professor of Asian American Studies; Ph.D. (1999), University of California, San Francisco.

ILMI YOON (2000), Assistant Professor of Computer Science; B.S. (1992), Yonsei University (Korea); M.S. (1966), Ph.D., (2000), University of Southern California.

BEATRICE CROFTS YORKER (2001), Director, School of Nursing and Professor of Nursing; B.S. (1975), Indiana University; M.S. (1978), University of California, San Francisco; J.D. (1988), Georgia State University.

LIANG YU (2001), Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Business Analysis; B.S. (1992), M.S. (1996), Peking University; Ph.D. (2002).

ALEXANDER E. YUEN (1980), Professor of Accounting; B.B.A. (1966), University of New Mexico; M.B.A. (1973), Ph.D. (1989), Golden Gate University; C.P.A. (1976).

LENA ZHANG (1999), Assistant Professor of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts; B.L. (1986), M.A. (1991), Beijing Broadcasting Institute; Ph.D. (1996), University of Georgia, Athens.

SUSAN ZIEFF (1989), Assistant Professor of Kinesiology; B.S. (1980), Boston University; M.A. (1985), Ph.D. (1994), University of California, Berkeley.

MICHAEL P. ZIMMERMAN (1968), Professor of English; B.A. (1959), M.A. (1960), Ph.D. (1963), Columbia University.

DONALD P. ZINGALE (1996), Dean, College of Health and Human Services, and Professor of Kinesiology; B.S. (1967), Brooklyn College; M.S. (1969), University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Ph.D. (1973), The Ohio State University; M.S.W. (1984), California State University, Sacramento.

SHEILA G. ZIPF (1962), Professor of Psychology; B.A. (1954), M.A. (1956), Ph.D. (1958), University of Michigan.

LAURIE ZOLOTH (1996), Director, Jewish Studies Program, and Professor of Jewish Studies; B.A. (1974), University of California, Berkeley; B.S.N. (1982), State University of New York; M.A. (1991), San Francisco State University; M.A. (1993), Ph.D. (1993), Graduate Theological Union.

Adjunct Faculty

MURRAY DAILEY (2000), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.S. (1961), University of Nevada, Reno; M.S. (1964), American University of Beirut (Lebanon); Ph.D. (1966) Colorado State University.

JANIS DICKINSON (2001), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.S. (1981), Binghamton University; Ph.D. (1987), Cornell University.

STEPHEN MARK DOBBS (2000), Adjunct Professor, College of Humanities; B.A. (1964), Ph.D. (1972), Stanford University; post-doctoral fellowships, Stanford University, University of California, Santa Cruz.

DAVID DREYER (1984), Adjunct Professor of Chemistry; B.S. (1954), Ph.D. (1960), University of Washington.

RICHARD DUGDALE (2000), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.S. (1950), M.S. (1951), Ph.D. (1955), University of Wisconsin.

CATHERINE M. FELTON (1979), Adjunct Professor of Geosciences; B.S. (1963), St. Louis University; M.A. (1967), San Jose State University; Ph.D. (1978), University of California, Berkeley.

EUGENIO FERRARI (2000), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.A. (1966), Ginnasio-Liceo "L.A. Muraton" (Italy); Ph.D. (1974), University of Pavia (Italy).

BRIAN FISHER (2001), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.A. (1988), University of Iowa; M.S. (1992), University of Utah; Ph.D. (1996), University of California, Davis.

ELIZABETH GRAY (2002), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.A. (1987), Harvard University; Ph.D. (1994), University of Washington.

JOHN GREENLEAF (2000), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.S. (1955), University of Illinois; M.A. (l956), New Mexico Highland University; M.S. (1962), Ph.D. (1963), University of Illinois.

JOHN HODGES (2000), Adjunct Professor of Computer Science; B.S. (1976), M.S. (1978), University of Michigan; Ph.D. (1993), University of California, Los Angeles.

DAVID H. KAVANAUGH (1998), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.A. (1967), San Jose State University; M.A. (1970), University of Colorado; Ph.D. (1978), University of Alberta (Canada).

WILLIAM J. KIMMERER (1991), Associate Research Scientist of the Romberg Tiburon Center; B.S. (1967), Purdue University; Ph.D. (1980), University of Hawaii.

ERNEST KUN (1988), Adjunct Professor of Science; M.D. (1944), University of Budapest, Hungary.

STEVEN LEE (2000), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.S. (1981), State University of New York, Binghamton; M.S. (1984), New York University; Ph.D. (1990), University of California, Berkeley.

WILLIAM LENARZ (2000), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.S. (1963), Humboldt State University; M.S. (1965), Ph.D. (1969), University of Washington.

ALAN LEVITON (2001), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.A. (1949), M.A. (1953), Ph.D. (1960), Stanford University.

FRED LIFSITZ (1989), Adjunct Professor of Music; advanced study, Indiana University and the Tanglewood School of Music; member, Alexander String Quartet.

GEOFFREY W. MARCY (1994), Adjunct Professor of Physics and Astronomy; B.A. (1976), University of California, Los Angeles; Ph.D. (1982), University of California, Santa Cruz.

THANASIS (THOMAS) MASKALERIS (1992), Adjunct Research Professor, Kazantzakis Chair, Center for Modern Greek Studies; B.A. (1953), University of Oklahoma; M.A. (1955), Indiana University; advanced study, University of California, Berkeley.

JOHN E. McCOSKER (1986), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.A. (1967), Occidental College; Ph.D. (1973), Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego.

MICHAEL McGOWAN (2000), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.A. (1977), M.A. (1984), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. (1985), University of Miami.

JAN NULL (1991), Adjunct Professor of Meteorology; B.S. (1974), University of California, Davis.

CRISTIAN ORREGO (1993), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.S. (1965), Indiana University; Ph.D. (1971), Brandeis University.

BALA RAVIKUMAR (2001), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.E., M.S. (1983), Indian Institute of Science (India); Ph.D. (1987), University of Michigan.

MARK REYNOLDS (2001), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.A. (1980), University of Iowa; M.S. (1982), Idaho University; Ph.D. (1990), University of California, Berkeley.

DALE ROBINSON (2000), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.S. (1978), M.S. (1983), Portland State University; Ph.D. (1991), University of Southern California.

PETER ROOPNARINE (2001), Adjunct Professor of Biology and Geosciences; B.S. (1984), Mount Allison University; M.S. (1988), Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center; Ph.D. (1993), University of California, Davis.

TED L. ROUSH (1990), Adjunct Professor of Geosciences; Ph.D. (1987), University of Hawaii.

JOSEPH SLOWINSKI (2001), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.S. (1984), University of Kansas; Ph.D. (1991), University of Miami.

KIM STEINER (2001), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.A. (1975), Indiana University; M.S. (1977), Ph.D. (1982), University of California, Davis.

TANIA WEISS (2000), Adjunct Professor of Biology; B.S. (1969), M.S. (1970), Ph.D. (1975), University of Michigan.

SANDY WILSON (1989), Adjunct Professor of Music; A.R.C.M. (1973), Royal College of Music, London; D.R.S.A.M. (1974), Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow; member, Alexander String Quartet.

YOSHIKO YAMAMOTO (1988), Director, Adan E. Treganza Anthropology Museum, and Adjunct Professor of Anthropology; B.A. (1960), Tokyo Woman's Christian College; M.S. (1969), University of Pennsylvania; M.A. (1975), Ph.D. (1986), Cornell University.

GE FANG YANG (1992), Adjunct Professor of Music; B.A. (1985), Wuhan Conservatory of Music; Artist Diploma (1992), University of Cincinnati College Conservatory; member, Alexander String Quartet.

PAUL YARBROUGH (1989), Adjunct Professor of Music; B.A. (1974), Davidson College, Artists Diploma (1978), Hartt School of Music; member, Alexander String Quartet.


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