Colorado College welcomed 13 new tenure-track faculty members at the beginning of the 2015-16 academic year.
Bull examines the effects of physical activity and energy balance on health and performance in humans.
Gratz’s research focuses on the atmospheric chemistry, transport, and deposition of air pollutants, such as mercury and ozone, over local and global scales.
Guessous is an anthropologist of postcolonial and trans-national feminism, who works on questions of religion and secularism, subjectivity, and affect in the Middle East and North Africa.
Hatton is a molecular and cellular immunologist who studies how Epstein-Barr virus hijacks normal B cell biology to evade immune detection and transform healthy cells into cancerous cells.
Hoel is an international development and experimental economist.
Assistant Professor of Environmental Program
Lee’s research focuses on sustainable development, ecological economics, and community-based natural resource management.
Naji teaches elementary Arabic, intermediate Arabic, and introduction to anglo-phone Arabic literature.
Rader studies how people make decisions, with a particular focus on how they use (or don’t use) advice from other people to improve their decisions.
Ratchford’s teaching and research interests include sports and popular culture, race and racism, ethnic studies, gender, and black freedom movements in the U.S.
Sawyer’s work employs philosophy, literature, history, and art to take stock of the revolutionary theory and praxis of marginalized subjects.
Treviño’s research focuses on computational representations of music notation for Internet applications.
Valtierra studies thriving career-long urban educators and applies their wisdom to her work in teacher preparation.
Yasuda’s research focuses on Chinese politics, regulatory governance, and comparative political economy.