Faculty Retirements

Faculty Retirements

This year, the College marks the retirement of nine members of the faculty, who represent decades of knowledge imparted to students and years of service to the College community. They are:

Marion Dry

Senior music performance faculty in voice, 1997–2017

Elena Gascón-Vera

Professor of Spanish, 1973–2017

David Haines

Associate professor of chemistry, 1981–2017

Andrea Levitt ’71

Margaret Clapp ’30 Distinguished Alumna Professor of French and Linguistics, 1976–2017

Salem Mekuria

Professor of art, 1993–2017

Marianne Moore

Frost Professor in Environmental Science; professor of biological sciences, 1988–2016

William Quivers

Associate professor of physics, 1984–2017

Susan Reverby

Marion Butler McLean Professor in the History of Ideas; professor of women’s and gender studies, 1982–2016

Nicholas Rodenhouse

Professor of biological sciences, 1988–2017

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