Academic Affairs 2018-19

Click the names below to view contact information and areas of responsibility.

Charlene Barrett - Executive Assistant

802.443.5289

cmbarret@middlebury.edu

Old Chapel 208

  • Department Chairs & Program Directors
  • Curriculum
  • Faculty Recruiting
  • Scheduling appointments/meetings with academic administrators
Pieter Broucke - Director of Arts

802.443.5227

broucke@middlebury.edu

Mahaney Center for the Arts 213

  • Mahaney Center for the Arts
  • Arts Curriculum (with Dean of Curriculum), Facilities, and Equipment
  • Interdisciplinary Initiatives
  • Grants and Fundraising for the Arts (with VPAD)

Pieter Broucke joined Middlebury College in the History of Art & Architecture department in the fall of 1995. He was appointed Director of the Arts in 2010. His areas of expertise are ancient art and architectural history. His research focuses on the intersection of these two areas, Greek and Roman architecture.

Pieter holds a Professional Degree in Architecture from Ghent, Belgium, an M.A. in Archaeology from the Center for Ancient Studies at the University of Minnesota, and a Ph.D. in History of Art and Architecture from Yale University. His doctoral dissertation with J. J. Pollitt focused on the Temple of Olympian Zeus at Agrigento, Sicily, the largest Doric temple constructed by the ancient Greeks. He published The Archaeology of Architecture: Charles Robert Cockerell in Greece and the Levant, 1807-1810 (New Haven: Yale Center for British Art, 1994), and various articles and abstracts dealing with ancient architecture and sculpture.

Lexie Carlson - Financial Operations Analyst

802.443.5130

awcarlson@middlebury.edu

Service Building #214

Lexie manages areas of the budget and finance for the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Lynn Dunton - Budget Analyst

802.443.3085

ldunton@middlebury.edu

Service Building, room 211

  • Grants, fellowships, and other funds related to faculty professional development and research, start-up, leaves, and endowed chairs
  • Capital Equipment & Repair Budgets
  • Department Budgets & Enrichment Funding
Sandra King - Assistant in Administration

802.443.2007

sandrak@middlebury.edu

Service Building

  • Events planning, coordination
  • New faculty events
  • Coordinating external department reviews
  • Manages updating of Chairs' Handbook and New Faculty Handbook
Andrea (Andi) Lloyd - Vice President for Academic Affairs/Dean of the Faculty

802.443.5735

lloyd@middlebury.edu
Old Chapel 208

  • Department Chairs & Program Directors
  • Faculty Recruitment
  • Reviews for Promotion & Tenure
  • Faculty Salaries
  • Personnel Matters
  • SAO to College Board of Overseers

Andi Lloyd was appointed Vice President for Academic Affairs/Dean of Faculty in 2014. Prior to taking on this role, she served as Dean of Faculty, Chair of the Biology Department, and on a number of college committees. Andi has been a member of the Middlebury College faculty since 1996. She has taught introductory ecology and evolution, as well as a wide range of courses on plant community ecology, ecological history, and global change biology. Andi has conducted research on the effects of climate change on forests in Alaska and Siberia and, more recently, Vermont. She is currently working on a project to understand rates of carbon sequestration in Vermont forests.

Patricia Manley - Director of the Sciences; Professor of Geology

802.443.5430

manley@middlebury.edu

McCardell Bicentennial Hall 427





  • McCardell Bicentennial Hall

  • Science Curriculum (w/Dean of Curriculum), Facilities, and Equipment

  • Interdisciplinary Initiatives

  • Grants and Fundraising for the Sciences (w/VPAD)

  • Institutional Official for Research Compliance

 

Patricia Manley has her degree in Marine geology and geophysics and has done research in the North/South Atlantic, Pacific and Antarctica waters. Working closer to Middlebury College, Lake Champlain has been part of her research as well. Her research focuses on sedimentary bedforms, Holocene paleoclimate and underwater landslides. She joined Middlebury College in 1989 and became a Professor of Geology in 2005. She teaches courses in the Geology Department which span from Introductory courses in Geology to upper division courses in sedimentology, geophysics, and marine geology. She has been a member of the Council of Undergraduate Research Geosciences Division since 2004. In 2006, she started the Undergraduate Research Office at Middlebury College and initiated the campus Spring Student Symposium in 2007. She was appointed Director of the Sciences in 2017.

Donna McDurfee - Administrative Coordinator for Faculty Affairs

802.443.5380

mcdurfee@middlebury.edu

Old Chapel

  • Educational Affairs Committee
  • Faculty Reviews for Tenure & Promotion
  • Faculty Contracts
  • Faculty Surveys & Committee Elections
  • Leaves
  • Maintaining College Handbook

Donna began working at the College in 1988, and has been in her current position since 1994.

Amy Morsman -Interim Dean for Faculty Development & Research

802.443.3223

amorsman@middlebury.edu

Davis Family Library 225Amy Morsman

  • Director of Center for Teaching, Learning, & Research (CTLR)
  • Digital Liberal Arts Initiative (with VPAD)
  • Grants, fellowships, and other funds related to faculty professional development and research, start-up, leaves, and endowed chairs
  • New Faculty Orientation & Mentoring
  • Spring Symposium
  • Faculty Lecture Series

Amy Morsman has been teaching in the History Department at Middlebury since 2001.  She was promoted to Full Professor in 2017 and has served on a number of elected committees including Faculty Council, Educational Affairs Committee, and the Strategy Committee.  She was also deeply engaged in the strategic planning process as a member of the Envisioning Middlebury Steering Committee in 2016-17.  For Amy, the most exciting part about being in academia is using American history to help students learn how to think, write, explore, and argue.  She is coming off a leave year where she worked on the construction of “The Worlds of Solomon Northup,” a digital history project about race relations in the antebellum United States.  She is happily stepping into the position of Dean for Faculty Development & Research and Director of CTLR on an interim basis. 

Kathleen Parent - Curriculum Information Specialist

802.443.2207

kparent@middlebury.edu

Old Chapel 107

  • Curriculum Committee
  • Academic and Faculty Offices
  • Course Catalog
  • Winter Term
Jim Ralph - Dean for Faculty Development & Research (on leave 2018-19)

802.443.5320

ralph@middlebury.edu

Davis Family Library 225

  • Director of Center for Teaching, Learning, & Research (CTLR)
  • Digital Liberal Arts Initiative (with VPAD)
  • Grants, fellowships, and other funds related to faculty professional development and research, start-up, leaves, and endowed chairs
  • New Faculty Orientation & Mentoring
  • Spring Symposium
  • Faculty Lecture Series
Tim Spears - Vice President for Academic Development

802.443.5391

spears@middlebury.edu

Old Chapel 202

  • External support (funding) for curricular and research priorities
  • Collaborative and cross-institutional initiatives
  • Special Projects
  • SAO to New Programs Committee

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