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Faculty Biographies

Francisco Andrade

Dr. Andrade has been a faculty member in the College of Medicine at the University of Kentucky since 2004. His work includes the study of respiratory and craniofacial muscles, instruction, and administration. Dr. Andrade studied medicine in Mexico, received a Ph.D. in Physiology from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, and had postdoctoral stints at Baylor College of Medicine (Houston TX) and the Karolinska Institute (Stockholm, Sweden).

Francisco Andrade
Ben Arnold

After teaching sixteen years at Emory University, I returned to the University of Kentucky  (where I had earlier received my Ph.D.) to serve as Director of the UK School of Music from 2003 to 2012. My research areas include the music of Franz Liszt and music written in response to war.

Ben Arnold
Kristin Ashford

Kristin Ashford received her BSN from Washburn University, Topeka, Kan., and a master's degree in nursing from the University of Louisville. She received her PhD in nursing from the University of Kentucky in 2007 and is an associate professor in the College of Nursing. Dr. Ashford began her research career as an NIH BIRCWH (Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health) Scholar. She currently serves as PI on an NIH COBRE (Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence) study in which she leads a multicenter trial across two states.

Kristin Ashford
Claire Batty

Clare Batty works in the philosophy of mind and, in particular, the philosophy of perception.  Her current work focuses on olfactory experience.  She is currently working on a project in which, in light of recent empirical research on olfaction, she explores questions of olfactory content by considering the role that higher cognitive states, other modalities, and action play in olfactory perception.  In addition to the philosophy of perception, her other areas of interest include topics in metaphysics, epistemology and the history of philosophy.

Claire Batty
Rayma Beal

In Dr. Beal’s honors courses students read and discuss literature and create their own responses that are expressed through dance, visual art, music and theatre. Discovering the interrelationships of the arts to political, scientific and economic conditions are part of her interactive classroom. Honors students have the opportunity to become well-rounded through class experiences that incorporate the visual, performing and literary arts.

Rayma Beal
Emily Beaulieu

I am an Associate Professor in Comparative Politics in the department of Political Science. I received my Ph.D. from the University of California, San Diego in 2006 and began working at the University of Kentucky the same year.

Emily Beaulieu
Lee Blonder

Dr. Lee Blonder came to the University of Kentucky in 1989 after having completed a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts from Bard College, a Master's in Creative Art from Hunter College, A Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania, and a postdoctoral fellowship in Behavioral Neurology at the University of Florida. She is a Professor in the Department of Behavioral Science in the College of Medicine and is also a faculty member in the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging.

Lee Blonder
Lisa Blue

Introductory Chemistry can be a challenge, but Lisa Blue, a professor within the Department of Chemistry, eases students' transition to college chemistry with the Chemistry Learning Center. It will serve students of General and Organic Chemistry: answer their questions, provide tutoring, and help students become more confident in their understanding of chemistry.

Lisa Blue
Tyrone Borders

Ty Borders, Ph.D. is the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky Endowed Chair in Rural Health Policy and Professor and Chair of the Department of Health Management and Policy at the University of Kentucky.  Dr. Borders earned Ph.D. and M.A. degrees in Health Administration as well as a M.S. in Epidemiology from The University of Iowa and a B.A.

Tyrone Borders
Luke Bradley

Dr. Luke Bradley completed his undergraduate studies in chemistry at Ohio University and received his Ph.D. in biochemistry from Ohio State University. He was a Council of Science and Technology Postdoctoral Research and Teaching fellow at Princeton University, where his research focused on protein design, protein engineering, and synthetic biology.  He also mentored undergraduate students in research projects and taught courses in introductory chemistry, analytical chemistry, and protein engineering.  Currently, Dr.

Luke Bradley
Chelsea Brislin

Chelsea Brislin serves as the Director of Gatton Honors Pathways at the University of Kentucky. She is responsible for overseeing the Global Scholars and the Social Enterprise Scholars Pathways through recruiting, teaching, programming and advising.

Chelsea Brislin
Lisa Broome

Lisa Broome is the Director of Student Services at the UK Gaines Center for the Humanities, where she enjoys advising students as they develop community-based service-learning projects, write theses, and engage in all manner of humanities study. She also helps develop public humanities programs that serve the university, local, and regional communities. Her research and teaching interests include literature and the visual arts.

Lisa Broome
Claire Clark

Claire Clark, PhD, MPH is an Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science in the University of Kentucky’s College of Medicine. She is a dual trained historian and behavioral scientist with interests in medical history and ethics, behavioral health policy, and multimedia instruction.

Claire Clark
Rolf Craven

My name is Rolf Craven, and I am an Associate Professor in Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences at UK.  I grew up in South Carolina, and got a BS in Biochemistry from Clemson University.  For a change of scene, I next earned an MS degree from the University of Illinois in Chicago.  After a few years of trying different scientific jobs, I got my PhD in Genetics and Molecular Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  My lab has studied how cancer cells transmit signals that allow it to move and survive in the body as tumors form and spread.  The goal is to block those si

Rolf Craven
Rebecca Dekker

Rebecca Dekker, PhD, RN, APRN, is Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing. She received her Master of Science in Nursing and PhD from the University of Kentucky and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Rebecca has built a strong reputation in maternal and child circles for her pioneering work as the founder of Evidence Based Birth.com. The mission of Evidence Based Birth is to get research evidence on childbirth into the hands of mothers and families, inspiring them to make more informed decisions about their care.

Rebecca Dekker
Brian Delisle

Dr. Delisle is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physiology and he has studied cardiovascular physiology and arrhythmia mechanisms for nearly 20 years. He received his B.S. in Biology and Ph.D. in Physiology and Biophysics from the University of Kentucky, and went to the University of Wisconsin-Madison to do his Postdoctoral fellowship. He re-joined the Department of Physiology in 2008, and is affiliated with the University of Kentucky Center for Muscle Biology and the Cardiovascular Research Center. For more information about Dr.

Brian Delisle
Florin Despa

Dr. Florin Despa is on the faculty of the Department of Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences since 2013. Prior to his arrival at The University of Kentucky, Dr. Despa was a faculty member in The Department of Pharmacology at The University of California, Davis (UC Davis). He joined the faculty at UC Davis in 2008, after completing his research training in biomedical sciences at The University of Chicago (2000-2008), where he studied molecular mechanisms underlying cell injury and cell repair.

Florin Despa
Sanda Despa

Dr. Sanda Despa received a BS/MS degree with a major in Physics/Biophysics from the University of Bucharest, Romania. She then received a PhD degree in Biomedical Sciences from Hasselt University in Belgium. After completing her PhD studies, Dr. Despa was a Research Associate and later Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Physiology at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago. She then took a faculty position as Assistant Professor in Residence in the Department of Pharmacology at University of California Davis. Dr.

Sandra Despa
Herman Farrell III

Herman Daniel Farrell III is a Chellgren Endowed Professor and Associate Professor in the Department of Theatre & Dance. He received his B.A., cum laude, in Drama from Vassar College in 1983, his J.D. from New York University School of Law in 1989 and his M.F.A. in Playwriting from Columbia University in 1994.

Herman Farrell III
Walter Foreman

Walter C. Foreman, Jr., was born in Berkeley, CA, but since his family moved to Oregon about the same time he became aware of geographical extension, he considers himself historically a Northwesterner. He has an A.B. from Harvard College and a Ph.D. from the University of Washington, where he wrote a dissertation on Shakespeare under the direction of Roger Sale. He has taught in the English Department at the University of Kentucky since 1972.

Walter Foreman
Don Marshall Gash

Dr. Gash is a department chair and the director of a large research program in translational neuroscience.  He has published over 200 papers as a lead author or co-author and three scientific books.  His career has been dedicated to not only better understanding the cellular and molecular changes underlying CNS disease and injury, but also investigating new therapeutic approaches to treating these disorders.

Don Marshall Gash, PhD.
Jonathan Glixon

Jonathan Glixon received his PhD from Princeton in 1979. He has received grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities (Fellowships in 1997-98 and 2004-05), the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, the American Council of Learned Societies, and the American Philosophical Society. He has presented papers at numerous conferences, including several in Italy, England, and Canada, and has published the results of his work in such journals as Journal of the American Musicological Society, Journal of Musicology, and Music and Letters, and in English, Italian, and Au

Jonathan Glixon
Rae Goodwin

I work in an expanded art practice that examines aspects of maternal ancestry as it influences the construction of identity, along with gender-based assumptions about freedom, the unknown and communication.  I received an MFA from Winthrop University and have shown work at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, McColl Center for Visual Art, Dimanche Rouge in Paris, 10/12 Gallery in Brussels, defibrillator gallery in Chicago, SUPERNOVA and BIPAF festivals and other venues. I also serve as Director of Art Foundations at the University of Kentucky.

Rae Goodwin
Morris Grubbs

Morris A. Grubbs is Assistant Dean in the Graduate School and director of Graduate Student Professional Development.  His roles include co-directing and teaching in the university’s Preparing Future Faculty program, directing the university-wide new Teaching Assistant and International Teaching Assistant orientations, and developing pedagogy and professional development workshops for graduate students across the university.  He particularly enjoys helping graduate students develop as potential faculty members and acquainting them with faculty life and work at the various types of institutio

Morris Grubbs
Phil Harling

Phil Harling, John R. Gaines Professor and Director of the Gaines Center for the Humanities, has been a faculty member at UK for over twenty years.  Phil grew up in Evanston, Illinios, and received his B.A. from Grinell College in 1986 and his Ph.D. from Princeton in 1993.

Phil Harling
Gordon Holbein

Education:
1995 - PHD, Management Science, Pennsylvania State University
1983 - MBA, Business Administration and Management, Syracuse University
1978 - AB, Geography, Dartmouth College

Gordon Holbein
Jane Jensen

Dr. Jensen joined the EPE faculty from Indiana University with a joint degree in Anthropology and Higher Education. Her research interests are qualitative research methodology, issues in postcompulsary education, and post-secondary transitions. Dr. Jensen's research includes the study of post-secondary education and development in rural North America.

Jane Jensen
Nancy Jones

Professor Nancy Jones is Chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of Kentucky where she teaches performance, directs productions, and brings an international resume of theatre experience to the classroom. Molière’s Women (a play she wrote and directed) premiered in 2006 at the Mae West Festival in Seattle, Washington and in Paris, France July 2007.

Nancy Jones
Peter Kalliney

My scholarly interests include twentieth-century literature and theory. I am currently working on a book project on the Cold War and decolonization, with a special emphasis on African, British, and Caribbean literature.  My research interests also include nineteenth-century British literature and culture, twentieth and twenty-first century British literature and culture, and African American and Caribbean literature and culture.

Peter Kalliney
Sarah Kercsmar

Sarah E. Kercsmar, PhD is a Faculty Lecturer and Interim Program Coordinator in the Division of Instructional Communication and Research at the University of Kentucky.  She particularly enjoys incorporating active learning strategies into face-to-face classrooms and adapting classes for distance and hybrid learning settings. Her dissertation work focused on mentoring and outcomes for graduate students and her thesis work focused on the portrayal of the President in The West Wing.

Sarah Kercsmar
Michael Kilgore

My name is Michael Kilgore and I am a professor in the department of Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences in the College of Medicine.  I earned both a BS and an MS from the University of Texas at Arlington where I also played basketball.  After competing my PhD from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology I moved to Southwestern Medical Center in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in molecular endocrinology.  I was on the faculty at Clemson University before coming to UK and my research has focused

Michael Kilgore
Phil Kraemer

Phil Kraemer is the Chellgren Endowed Chair for Undergraduate Excellence and a Professor of Psychology at the University of Kentucky (UK). Prior to assuming his current position, he served as Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education, Dean of Undergraduate Studies, and Chair of the Psychology Department at UK. His current research interests involve issues pertinent to cognitive science with a focus on three major areas: a cognitive science perspective on ideas and innovation, an evolutionary approach to belief, and the psychology of virtual worlds. 

Phil Kraemer
Oliver Leaman

Oliver Leaman is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Kentucky, USA. He is the author and editor of a number of books on philosophy and religion. He is teaching HON 252  at TR 9.30-10.45  in Fall 2014 and Spring 2015.

The topic of the fall course is Halloween and the main creative activity will be to produce an art object connected to that theme.

Harry LeVine

Harry LeVine received his B. S. in Biochemistry from Cornell University and his Ph.D. in Physiological Chemistry from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He then spent twenty-eight years in the pharmaceutical industry doing basic research and drug discovery at Burroughs-Wellcome, Glaxo, Parke-Davis, and Pfizer while serving as adjunct faculty at Duke University and the University of Michigan. In January 2003 Dr. LeVine joined the University of Kentucky Sanders-Brown Center on Aging as an associate professor of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry in the Medical School.

Harry LeVine
Diane Loeffler

Dr. Loeffler is a Senior Lecturer in the College of Social Work. She teaches broadly across the undergraduate and graduate curriculum, with emphasis on social welfare policy and analysis, social justice, and inequality. Dr.

Diane Loeffler
Amrita Machwe

Amrita Machwe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Toxicology and Cancer Biology in the UK College of Medicine.  She obtained her B.S., M.S. and M.Phil. in Botany at the University of Delhi, India and Ph.D. in Fungal Molecular Genetics at the University of Calgary, Canada.  Then she joined the National Institute on Aging at the National Institutes of Health to pursue postdoctoral research in the laboratory of Dr.

Thomas Marksbury

Tom Marksbury has written and/or produced eight documentary films which examine American actors Warren Oates, Ben Johnson, and Nick Nolte, directors Sam Peckinpah, John Ford, and Tod Browning, music producer Jerry Wexler, and author Hunter S. Thompson.

Tom Marksbury
Charles May

Dr May is the former Operations Director for the Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering in the Department of Engineering at the University of Kentucky.  He served in the USAF during the Vietnam Conflict, returned to UK and obtained his Ph. D. in Chemistry.  He went on to have a more than 35 year career in the Semiconductor Technology and Process Industry, working with or for most of the Major Companies.

Timothy McClintock

Dr. McClintock, the Louis Boyarsky Professor of Physiology, is passionate about olfaction, genomics, epigenetics, teaching, fly fishing, kayaking, and biologically-themed neckties. He has been president of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences, chaired the Membership and Chapters Committee of the Society for Neuroscience, and is an Executive Editor of Chemical Senses. He investigates odorant receptors, the largest gene family, and invented the Kentucky assay, a way to identify which odorant receptor proteins respond in vivo to any odor.

Tim McClintock
Isabel Mellon

Isabel Mellon, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the Graduate Center for Toxicology and also holds an appointment in the Markey Cancer Center. She received her B.S. degree in Biology from Syracuse University and her Ph.D. from the University of Illinois in Chicago where she focused on the biochemical investigation of chromatin structure in mammalian cells. Dr.

Isabel Mellon
Uwe Nagel

Uwe Nagel received his Ph.D. from the University of Paderborn, Germany, in 1990. He joined the Mathematics Department at UK in 2002 and was promoted to full professor in 2009. Currently he is the Ralph E. and Norma L. Edwards Research Professor. 

Uwe Nagel Math Department Website

Jamie Nicholson

A native Kentuckian, Jamie Nicholson received a J.D. and Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky, where he has taught courses in American, Kentucky, and legal history.  His primary research interests include American sports (particularly horse racing), American cultural history, and the intersection of law and society.  He practices law in Lexington, focusing on employment, education, and civil rights law. 

 

Jamie Nicholson
David Orren

David Orren is an Associate Professor in the Department of Toxicology and Cancer Biology in the UK College of Medicine as well as a member of the Markey Cancer Center. He received BAs in Chemistry and Zoology and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Biophysics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the latter under the guidance of Aziz Sancar, a member of the National Academy of Sciences. After receiving his doctorate, he did post-doctoral fellowships with Dr.

David Orren
Ok-Kyong Park-Sarge

The long-term goal of my research is to understand the cellular and molecular mechanisms by which steroid hormones modulate gonadal and by which environmental insults bring about reproductive toxicity. Ongoing studies are focused on determining the expression, regulation, signal transduction, and functional roles of the estrogen receptors (ERa and ERb) and progesterone receptors (PRA and PRB) in the ovary. In addition, we are engaged in collaboration with Dr.

Ok-Kyong Park-Sarge
Jeremy Popkin

Jeremy D. Popkin received his B.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of California, Berkeley and holds an A.M. degree from Harvard University.  When he was hired on a one-year contract at the University of Kentucky in 1978, the History Department secretary put him in what was then the department's conference room, saying, "Since you won't be staying long, it won't matter."  Popkin is still occupying the same office.

Jeremy Popkin
M Sara Rosenthall

Dr. Rosenthal received all of her academic training at the University of Toronto, and received her doctorate in bioethics from the University of Toronto's Joint Centre for Bioethics. Dr. Rosenthal's research interests focus on endocrine ethics, reproductive ethics, and clinical ethics education, including her novel multimedia work on the topic, moral distress, which can be viewed here: http://youtu.be/QdPmloh4XMk.

M Sara Rosenthall
Ali Rossi

Senior Lecturer
Community & Leadership Development
College of Agriculture, Food and Environment
703 Garrigus Building
Phone: 859-257-7575
E-mail: alissa.rossi@uky.edu

Ali Rossi
Leon Sachs

Leon Sachs is an associate professor of French in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, Literatures and Cultures at the University of Kentucky.  His primary areas of teaching and research concern the history and culture of education in France and the representation of war in French theater.  He is the author of The Pedagogical Imagination: The Republican Legacy in Twenty-First-Century French Literature and Film (University of Nebraska Press, 2014), a study of artistic form as a reflection of republican educational ideology in France.

Leon Sachs
Eric Sanday

Dr. Eric Sanday earned his M.A. degree in Philosophy from Fordham University in 1996, and his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Pennsylvania State University in 2003. Dr. Eric Sanday specializes in Ancient Greek Philosophy with a special focus on the relationship between ethics and ontology. His new book, A Study of Dialectic in Plato's Parmenides, will be published by Northwestern University Press in 2014.  He also has an article on Aristotle's account of imagination and animal motion in the Continuum Companion to Aristotle.

Eric Sanday
Kevin Sarge

Professor, Dept. of Biochemistry
Associate Dean of the Graduate School
University of Kentucky
B.S. Biochemistry from Penn State
Ph.D. Biochemistry from North Carolina State University

Currently Professor in the Molecular & Cellular Biochemistry Department, as well as Associate Dean of Funding & Finance in the Graduate School.

 

Kevin Sarge
Jonathan Satin

Jonathan Satin, Ph.D. is a Professor of Physiology in the College of Medicine at the University of Kentucky.  Dr. Satin earned the Ph.D. degree at Emory University and an A.B. with a concentration in Biology from The University of Chicago.  His research focuses on the heart.  Research topics include heart growth in response to development and disease.  Dr.

Jonathan Satin
Mitzi Schumacher

Dr. Schumacher earned her doctorate at the Ohio State University in 1986 in Social Psychology and came to the University of Kentucky as a post doctoral fellow in medical behavioral science in the College of Medicine.  She joined the faculty in 1988.  She has taught behavioral science to students in pharmacy, medicine, nursing, dentistry, and physician assistant studies.  Her research interests include cognitive aging and medical education.  

Mitzi Schumacher
F. Douglas Scutchfield, M.D.

Dr. F. Douglas Scutchfield currently serves as the Peter B Bosomworth Professor of Health Services Research and Policy. He holds UK faculty appointments in the Departments of Health Services Management and the Department of Preventive Medicine in the College of Public Health, the Department of Family and Community Medicine in the College of Medicine and in the Martin School of Public Policy and Administration.

F. Douglas Scutchfield, M.D.
Dan Stone

Dan N. Stone (dstone@uky.edu), CPA (inactive) is a Gatton Endowed Chair in the Von Allmen School of Accountancy His joint PhD degree is in accounting and information technology from the University of Texas at Austin.  He has published over 40 academic works and is the former senior editor of the Journal of Information Systems.  His recent research investigates online deception, mindfulness, and, knowledge practices among professionals.

Dan Stone
Hollie Swanson

As a professor of a flagship, land grant institution, I enjoy being engaged in all three missions of the university, education, research and service. My research interests in the past 20 years have focused on environmental toxicology, drug metabolism and nuclear receptors-particularly, the aryl hydrocarbon receptor.

Hollie Swanson
Paolo Visona

Paolo Visonà is a classical archaeologist and an Associate Professor Adjunct in the School of Art and Visual Studies at the University of Kentucky.  He is President of the Foundation for Calabrian Archaeology, a nonprofit corporation, and has conducted excavations at pre-Roman sites in southern Italy since the late 1980s.  He is currently investigating a network of mountain forts guarding the territory of ancient Locri Epizephyrii, one of the earliest Greek cities in the toe of Italy.  As a numismatist, he is a leading specialist of the coinage of Carthage, Rome’s main rival in the western

Paolo Visona
Thomas Wallace

Professor Thomas Wallace, MS (Biochemistry), MD, JD, MBA, is a Professor of Medicine, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky.  He is an outstanding clinician for the past thirty-five years, and has served in senior hospital and health system administration as a Chief Medical Officer in large hospitals and health systems.  He worked as a consultant for the Joint Commission Resources (an International accrediting agency for hospitals) throughout the world, consulting with hospital and health systems regarding patient safety, medical

Thomas Wallace
Nancy Webb

Nancy Webb, PhD, is a Professor and Director of Nutritional Sciences in the Department of Pharmacology & Nutritional Sciences. She received her BA at the University of Virginia and her PhD at UK. Research in her lab focuses on mechanisms of cardiovascular disease, including atherosclerosis and aortic aneurysms. In particular, she studies the impact of inflammation on lipoprotein metabolism and vascular cell function. During the past 14 years she has served on the thesis advisory committees of 26 PhD students, 6 as major advisor.

Nancy Webb
Jean Wiese

Dr. Jean Wiese earned her B.A. degree in French and Anthropology in 1963 from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  She earned her M.A. degree Anthropology from Stanford University in 1964, and her Ph.D. degree in Medical Anthropology from the University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill in 1971.  She is multi-lingual, speaking English, French, Haitian Creole and Spanish.  She lives with her husband on a small alpaca farm in Mercer County, KY, and her hobbies include farming, horse riding, and reading.

Jean Wiese
David Wilke

I have been an instructor in The Honors Program since January 1998, having worn a number of hats during my pilgrimage: Visiting Assistant Professor (1999-2002), Full-Time Instructor (spring 2005, fall 2007-spring 2012), and Part-Time Instructor (the rest).  Although I own a PhD in Philosophy (University of Kentucky, 1996), my interests are vast and encyclopedic.  In the new Honors Program or Honors Academy I’ve taught courses in descriptive or non-statistical experimental psychology (general), descriptive or non-statistical child psychology, and descriptive or non-mathematical economic theo

David Wilke
Melinda Wilson

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Physiology.  My research interests lie in deciphering how hormones act in the brain.  I have a particular interest in what happens to this action when women age.  I have published over 40 papers and have trained numerous undergraduate and graduate students.

Melinda Wilson
Kay Woods

I earned my undergraduate degree from Asbury College/University in History, Speech and Drama with a minor in Sociology.  I earned Masters Degrees from the University of Kentucky and Georgetown College as well (History, Secondary Education, Reading Specialist).  My Doctoral course work from the University of Kentucky is in Late Antique History: Fourth Century Christian Women with a minor in Medieval Studies.  My academic interests include History, Theatre, Science and Technology.

Kay Woods