New Faculty in the CoA+A

Friday, August 26, 2016

The College of Arts + Architecture is pleased to welcome the following new faculty in the 2016-17 academic year:

Nadia M. Anderson is an Associate Professor of Architecture and Urban Design and the Director of the City.Building.Lab. Her research, teaching, and practice focus on publicly-engaged design as a vehicle for social empowerment and environmental resilience. Read her full bio here.

Dr. Lynne Conner, Chair of the Department of Theatre, is a theater and dance historian, cultural policy theorist, and playwright. Read her full bio here.

Assistant Professor of Acting Kaja Amado Dunn is an actor, director, and teacher. She has performed in more than 40 shows and taught internationally. Read her full bio here.

Rachel Dickey is an Assistant Professor of the School of Architecture. Her research explores the use of machines and tools in design not only in terms of material manipulation, but also as instruments which affect people and their environments. Read her full bio here.

Assistant Professor of Painting Andrew Leventis is an oil painter who references imagery from film and television in his work. Read his full bio here.

Marc Manack, AIA, is an Assistant Professor in the School of Architecture and is founding principal of the architecture and design practice, SILO AR+D, which he began in 2009. Read his full bio here

A musician, composer, and former dancer, Shamou is Music Director for Dance in the Department of Dance. Read his full bio here.

Associate Professor of Oboe Elizabeth Sullivan is a recitalist, orchestral musician, and pedagogue and an active member of the International Double Reed Society. Read her full bio here

Lecturer Alessandra Sulpy is a figurative/surrealist painter. She will teach Foundations in the Department of Art & Art History.  

Tamara Williams, Assistant Professor of Dance, is the artistic director of Moving Spirits, Inc., a contemporary arts organization dedicated to performing, researching, documenting, cultivating, and producing arts of the African Diaspora. Read her full bio here.