People

Water Works means cross-campus, interdisciplinary collaboration!  Here are some of the people who are making Water Works.

Alexis Boutin, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Faculty Advisor, SCURF (Society and Culture Undergraduate Research Forum)
Instructor, ANTH 341

Karen Brodsky, Librarian
University Library Art Gallery at Schultz Information Center

Paul Draper, Professor of Theatre, Water Works Coordinator
Director of the Acting Program

Stephen Galloway, Associate Professor in Studio Art – Photography
Curator, New Media Expo in University Library Art Gallery at Schultz Information Center

Scott Horstein, Assistant Professor of Contemporary Theatre and Dramaturgy, Water Works Coordinator

Kurt Kemp,  Professor of Studio Art – Printmaking
Poster design for Water Works
Mentor for Art students’ poster designs for Water Works theatre and dance performances

Rheyna Laney, Associate Professor of Geography and Global Studies
Instructor, GEOG 340

Claudia Luke, Director of Field Stations and Nature Preserves
Director of educational outreach for Copeland Creek
Science 120 team

Jeremy Qualls, Associate Professor of Physics
Science 120 coordinator, First-Year Experience – “Sustainability in My World”

Greg Roberts, Associate Professor, Chair of Art and Art History
Director, “A Little Tea and Apathy”

Richard Senghas, Professor of Anthropology
Faculty Advisor, SCURF (Society and Culture Undergraduate Research Forum)
Instructor, ANTH 200

Bulent Sokmen, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology
Instructor, KIN 101

Pam Su, Director of Campus Recreation

Laura A. Watt, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and Planning
Instructor, ENSP 307, ENSP 416

Ruth Wilson, Lecturer in Horn -- Music Department
Director, Brass Ensemble