Visual and Performing Arts Mickey White  
Humanities Lyn Miller  
Natural Sciences Meg Streepey-Smith  
Social Sciences Joanna Swanger  


DepartmentConvenerTerm Ends
Art Nancy Taylor June 2015
Athletics, Wellness and Physical Education Cathryn Dickman June 2015
Biology Bob Rosenberg June 2017
Chemistry Corinne Deibel June 2017
Computer Science Charlie Peck June 2015
Economics Rajaram Krishnan June 2016
English Kari Kalve June 2017
Geology Meg Streepey-Smith (Fall 2015)
Cynthia Fadem

June 2017
History Elana Passman June 2017
Languages and Literatures Susan Wise June 2017
• Ancient and Classical Studies Susan Wise June 2017
• Comparative Languages and Linguistics Akiko Kakutani and Yasumi Kuriya June 2015
• French and Francophone Studies Karim Sagna June 2017
• German Language and Literature Margaret Hampton June 2017
• Japanese Languages and
Akiko Kakutani June 2017
• Spanish and Hispanic Studies Kathy Taylor June 2017
• TESOL Akiko Kakutani June 2017
Mathematics Julie Beier June 2017
Music Forrest Tobey June 2017
Philosophy Kevin Miles June 2017
Physics and Astronomy Michael Lerner June 2017
Politics Jennifer Seely June 2017
Psychology Kathy Milar June 2017
Religion Lyn Miller June 2017
Sociology/Anthropology Deb Jackson June 2017
Theatre Arts Lynne Perkins Socey June 2017
Interdisciplinary ProgramsDirector/Convener 
African and African American Studies James Logan (Director)
Jennifer Seeley (Convener)
Business and Nonprofit Management Monteze Snyder (Spring 2015);
Becky Jestice is on sabbatical
Environmental Science Corinne Deibel and Michael Deibel  
Environmental Studies Scott Hess  
Film Studies Ferit Güven  
Human Development and Social Relations Michael Jackson  
International Studies Welling Hall  
Japanese Studies Yasumi Kuriya
(Eric Cunningham - Fall 2015)
Journalism Judi Hetrick  
Latin American Studies Rodolfo Guzmán  
Museum Studies Heather Lerner  
Peace and Global Studies Joanna Swanger  
Quaker Studies Mary Garman  
Women's, Gender, Sexuality Studies JoAnn Martin  
Other ProgramsDirector 
Center for Integrated Learning Jay Roberts  
Institute for Education on Japan Gary DeCoker  
International Programs Patty Lamson  
Joseph Moore Museum Heather Lerner  
Print Friendly and PDF

Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts, including the sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

Earlham College
801 National Road West
Richmond, Indiana
1-765-983-1200 — Main Switchboard
1-800-EARLHAM (327-5426) — Admissions