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Eleazar Wheelock, the founder and first president of the College.

This list of Dartmouth College faculty includes current and former instructors and administrators of Dartmouth College, an Ivy League university located in Hanover, New Hampshire, United States. It includes faculty at its related graduate schools and programs, including the Tuck School of Business, the Thayer School of Engineering, and Dartmouth Medical School. As of 2007, Dartmouth employs 597 tenured or tenure-track faculty members, 366 of whom are in the undergraduate Arts & Sciences division. More than 90% of the faculty hold a doctorate or equivalent degree.[1]

Dartmouth faculty were at the forefront of such major academic developments as the Dartmouth Conferences, the Dartmouth Time Sharing System, Dartmouth BASIC, and Dartmouth ALGOL 30. As of 2005, sponsored project awards to Dartmouth faculty research amounted to $169 million.[2]

This list also includes the "Wheelock Succession",[3] the eighteen men who have served as president of Dartmouth College. Active faculty members are highlighted in green.

Faculty of Arts & Sciences[edit]

In this section, faculty are categorized by their primary department's academic division, as defined by the Dean of the Faculty.[a] Former faculty who taught in now-defunct departments or subject areas are grouped in the most appropriate division, or in the "Other" section.

Arts and humanities[edit]

Name Position(s) Joined College Left/retired Alumnus/na? Reference
Allen (Philosopher), AmyAmy Allen (Philosopher) Professor of Philosophy (active) [4]
Aiken, Charles AugustusCharles Augustus Aiken Professor of Latin 1858 1866 1846 [5]
Amadiume, IfiIfi Amadiume Professor of Religion 1993 (active) no [6]
Appleton, JonJon Appleton Professor of Music 1967 (active) no [7]
Arndt, Walter W.Walter W. Arndt Professor of Humanities and Russian Language (Emeritus) [8]
Braden, ThomasThomas Braden Professor of English (not active) 1940 [9][10]
Brison, SusanSusan Brison Professor of Philosophy, Lecturer of Gender and Women's studies (active)
Chan, Wing-tsitWing-tsit Chan Professor of Chinese Culture and Philosophy 1942 1966 no [11][12]
Crossley, Pamela KylePamela Kyle Crossley Professor of History and Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (active) no [13]
Diamond, JodyJody Diamond Professor of Music 1990 (active) no [14][15]
Dodge, CharlesCharles Dodge Visiting Professor of Music 1993 (active) no [16][17]
Edsforth, RonaldRonald Edsforth Visiting Professor of History 1993 (active) no [18]
Flanagan, MaryMary Flanagan Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professor in Digital Humanities 2008 (active) no [19]

[20]

Gert, BernardBernard Gert Professor of Philosophy 1959 (active) no [21]
Grünbein, DursDurs Grünbein Kade Visiting Professor of German Studies 2005 2005 no [22]
Hart, JeffreyJeffrey Hart Professor of English 1963 1993 no [23]
Hayes, John MichaelJohn Michael Hayes Film Studies Department 1988 2000 no [24][25]
Hebert, ErnestErnest Hebert Professor of English and Creative Writing 1987 (active) no [26][27]
Hill, ErrolErrol Hill Professor of Drama; first tenured, African American faculty member at Dartmouth 1968 1989 no [28]
Huntington, CynthiaCynthia Huntington Professor of English and Creative Writing 1989 (active) no [29][30][31]
Kelly, Eric P.Eric P. Kelly Professor of English (not active) 1906 [32][33]
Kritzman, LawrenceLawrence Kritzman Professor of French and Comparative Literature (active) no [34][35]
Kurka, RobertRobert Kurka Composer-in-Residence (not active) no [36]
Levin, TheodoreTheodore Levin Professor of Music (active) no [37]
Lewi, GrantGrant Lewi Professor of English no [38]
Mathis, CleopatraCleopatra Mathis Professor of English 1982 (active) no [39][40]
Merino, AnaAna Merino Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese 2004 (active) no [41][42]
Moor, James H.James H. Moor Professor of Philosophy (active) no [43]
Moore, Frank GardnerFrank Gardner Moore Associate Professor of Latin and Roman Archaeology 1900 1908 no [44]
Moore, Zephaniah SwiftZephaniah Swift Moore Professor of Latin, Greek, and Hebrew 1811 1815 1793 [45][46]
Nelson, BruceBruce Nelson Professor of History (active) no [47]
Norris, ChristopherChristopher Norris Professor of English (not active) no [48]
O'Neal, MelindaMelinda O'Neal Director of the Handel Society 1979 2004 no [49]
Oden, Robert A.Robert A. Oden Professor of Religion 1972 1989 no [50]
Pease, Donald E.Donald E. Pease Ted and Helen Geisel Third Century Professor in the Humanities,Chair of the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program, Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Dartmouth College 1976 (active) no [51]
Perrin, NoelNoel Perrin Professor of English and Environmental Studies 1959 2004 no [52]
Pinkas, SallySally Pinkas Professor of Music, Pianist-in-Residence (active) no [53]
Polansky, LarryLarry Polansky Professor of Music 1990 (active) no [54][55]
Rosenstock-Huessy, EugenEugen Rosenstock-Huessy Professor of Social Philosophy 1935 1957 no [56]
Sedgwick, Eve KosofskyEve Kosofsky Sedgwick Professor in the School of Criticism and Theory 1992 1992 no [57]
Smith, JohnJohn Smith Professor of Latin, Greek, Hebrew and Oriental Languages; librarian, minister of the College Church, and member of the Board of Trustees 1778 1809 1773 [58][59]
Smith, Justin HarveyJustin Harvey Smith Professor of Modern History 1899 1908 1877 [60]
Swayne, SteveSteve Swayne Associate Professor of Music (active) no [61]
Thompson, LuckyLucky Thompson Teacher in the Department of Music 1973 1974 no [62]
Travis, PeterPeter Travis Professor of English (active) no [63]
Vickers, Nancy J.Nancy J. Vickers Professor of French and Italian 1973 1987 no [64]
Wilder, Craig StevenCraig Steven Wilder Professor of History 2002 (active) no [65]
Wolff, ChristianChristian Wolff Professor of Classics and Music 1971 1999 no [66]
Zaks, JerryJerry Zaks Visiting Professor of Theater (active) 1967 or 1968 [67][68][69]

Interdisciplinary studies[edit]

Name Position(s) Joined College Left/retired Alumnus/na? Reference
Hertzberg, ArthurArthur Hertzberg Professor of Jewish Studies (not active; died 2006) no [70]

Sciences[edit]

Name Position(s) Joined College Left/retired Alumnus/na? Reference
Adams, EbenezerEbenezer Adams Professor of Languages, Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, and Astronomy 1809 1833 1791 [71]
Ames, Jr., AdelbertAdelbert Ames, Jr. Research Professor of Physiological Optics 1921 1955 no [72]
Baumgartner, James EarlJames Earl Baumgartner Professor of Mathematics (Emeritus) [73][74]
Chernov, VladimirVladimir Chernov Associate Professor of Mathematics 2001 (active) no [75]
Cormen, Thomas H.Thomas H. Cormen Professor of Computer Science, Chair of the Writing Program 1992 (active) no [76]
Dorsey, Michael K.Michael K. Dorsey Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies 2002 (active) no [77][78]
Farid, HanyHany Farid William H. Neukom 1964 Distinguished Professor of Computational Science 1999 (active) no [79][80]
Gleiser, MarceloMarcelo Gleiser Professor of Physics and Astronomy 1991 (active) no [81]
Gordon, Carolyn S.Carolyn S. Gordon Professor of Mathematics 1992 (active) no [82]
Hardy, Arthur SherburneArthur Sherburne Hardy Professor of Mathematics and Engineering 1874 1893 no [83]
Jones, Alan A.Alan A. Jones Postdoctoral fellow in Chemistry 1972 1974 no [84]
Kurtz, Thomas EugeneThomas Eugene Kurtz Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics 1956 1993 no [85][86]
LaBelle, James W.James W. LaBelle Professor of Physics and Astronomy 1989 (active) no [87]
Lanier, JaronJaron Lanier Visiting Professor of Surgical Simulation and Tele-Medicine 2002 (active) no [88]
McIlroy, DouglasDouglas McIlroy Adjunct Professor of Computer Science 1997 (active) no [89]
Meadows, DonellaDonella Meadows Professor of Environmental Studies 1979 2001 no [90]
Ogle, Kenneth N.Kenneth N. Ogle Researcher at the Dartmouth Eye Institute 1930 1947 Ph.D 1930 [91]
Patterson, James W.James W. Patterson Professor of Mathematics, Astronomy, and Meteorology 1854 1865 1848 [92]
Pomerance, CarlCarl Pomerance Professor of Mathematics 2003 (active) no [93]
Shemanske, ThomasThomas Shemanske Professor of Mathematics 1981 (active) no [94]
Stockmayer, Walter H.Walter H. Stockmayer Professor of Chemistry 1961 2002 no [95]
Wetterhahn, KarenKaren Wetterhahn Professor of Chemistry (first female to occupy that post) 1973 1997 no [96]
Williams, DanaDana Williams Professor of Mathematics 1985 (active) no [97]
Young, Charles AugustusCharles Augustus Young Professor of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy 1866 1877 1853 [98]

Social sciences[edit]

Name Position(s) Joined College Left/retired Alumnus/na? Reference
Bharucha, JamshedJamshed Bharucha Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Dean of the Faculty 2001-2002 1983 2002 no [99][100]
Blanchflower, DavidDavid Blanchflower Professor of Economics 1989 (active) no [101]
Brooks, StephenStephen Brooks Associate Professor of Government 2001 (active) no [102]
Dorris, MichaelMichael Dorris Professor and Chair of Native American Studies 1972 1997 no [103]
Lebow, Richard "Ned"Richard "Ned" Lebow Professor of Government 2002 (active) no [104]
McConaughy, James L.James L. McConaughy Professor of Education 1918 1925 M.A. 1915 [105]
Oglesby, CarlCarl Oglesby no [106]
Richards, AndrewAndrew Richards Visiting Professor of Government 1993 1993 no [107][108]
Richeson, JenniferJennifer Richeson Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences 2000 2005 no [109]
Samwick, AndrewAndrew Samwick Professor of Economics, Director of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences 1994 (active) no [110]
Slaughter, Matthew J.Matthew J. Slaughter Associate Professor of Economics (currently in Tuck School of Business) 1994 2002 no [111]
Smith, Jean EdwardJean Edward Smith Assistant Professor of Government 1963 1965 no [112]
Stefansson, VilhjalmurVilhjalmur Stefansson Honorary professor in the Northern Studies Center 1941 1962 no [113][114]
Wohlforth, WilliamWilliam Wohlforth Daniel Webster Professor of Government 2000 (active) no [115]

Other[edit]

Name Position(s) Joined College Left/retired Alumnus/na? Reference
Field, Henry MartynHenry Martyn Field Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics 1871 1893 no [116]
Kennedy, BrianBrian Kennedy Director of the Hood Museum of Art 2005 (active) no [117][118]
Tower, George Bates NicholsGeorge Bates Nichols Tower Chandler Instructor in Civil Engineering (not active; died 1889) [119]

Dartmouth Medical School[edit]

Name Position(s) Joined College Left/retired Alumnus/na? Reference
Benirschke, KurtKurt Benirschke Chair of the Department of Pathology 1960 1970 no [120]
Brenner, CharlesCharles Brenner Professor of Genetics 2003 2009 no [121]
Buckey, Jay C.Jay C. Buckey Associate Professor of Medicine 1996 (active) no [122][123]
Byock, IraIra Byock Director of Palliative Medicine (DHMC) 2003 (active) no [124]
Gitlow, StuartStuart Gitlow (active) no [125][126]
Hoagland, MahlonMahlon Hoagland Chair of the Biochemistry Department 1967 1970 no [127]
Holmes, Sr., Oliver WendellOliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. 1838 1840 no [128]
Koop, C. EverettC. Everett Koop Professor of Surgery, Community and Family Medicine, and Psychiatry; Senior Scholar of the C. Everett Koop Institute 1991 2013 1937 [129][130][131]
Olsson, Peter A.Peter A. Olsson Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 2004 (active) no [132]
Smith, NathanNathan Smith Professor of Anatomy, Chemistry, Surgery, and Clinical Medicine; founder of the Dartmouth Medical School 1797
1816
1813
1816
no [133]
Wennberg, JohnJohn Wennberg Professor of Community and Family Medicine 1980 (active) no [134]
Wickner, William T.William T. Wickner Professor of Biochemistry 1993 (active) no [135]

Thayer School of Engineering[edit]

Name Position(s) Joined College Left/retired Alumnus/na? Reference
Gerngross, TillmanTillman Gerngross Professor of Engineering 1998 (active) no [136]
Kantrowitz, ArthurArthur Kantrowitz Professor of Engineering 1978 (Emeritus) no [137]
Tribus, MyronMyron Tribus Dean of the Thayer School of Engineering 1961 1969 no [138]

Tuck School of Business[edit]

Name Position(s) Joined College Left/retired Alumnus/na? Reference
Bernard, AndrewAndrew Bernard Professor of International Economics 1999 (active) no [139]
D'Aveni, RichardRichard D'Aveni Professor of Strategic Management 1988 (active) no [140]
French, KennethKenneth French Professor of Finance 1993
2001
1994
present
no [141]
Govindarajan, VijayVijay Govindarajan Professor of International Business 1985 (active) no [142]
Jensen, MichaelMichael Jensen Visiting Scholar 1991 1992 no [143]
Johnson, M. EricM. Eric Johnson Professor of Operations Management 2002 (active) no [144]
Keller, Kevin LaneKevin Lane Keller Professor of Marketing 1998 (active) no [145]
Slaughter, Matthew J.Matthew J. Slaughter Associate Professor of Business Administration (see also in Arts & Sciences) 2002 (active) no [111]
Taylor, Frederick WinslowFrederick Winslow Taylor (not active) no [146]
Wansink, BrianBrian Wansink Professor of Marketing 1990 1994 no [147]

Presidents of the College[edit]

Order Name Position(s) Joined College Ascended presidency Left/retired Alumnus/na? Reference
1 Wheelock, EleazarEleazar Wheelock President and founder of Dartmouth College 1769 1769 1779 no [148][149]
2 Wheelock, JohnJohn Wheelock President 1779 1779 1815 1771 [149][150]
3 Brown, FrancisFrancis Brown President 1815 1815 1820 1805 [149][151]
4 Dana, DanielDaniel Dana President 1820 1820 1821 1788 [149][152]
5 Tyler, BennetBennet Tyler President 1822 1822 1828 no [149][153]
6 Lord, NathanNathan Lord President 1828 1828 1863 no [149][154]
7 Smith, Asa DodgeAsa Dodge Smith President 1863 1863 1877 1830 [149][155]
8 Bartlett, Samuel ColcordSamuel Colcord Bartlett President 1877 1877 1892 1836 [149][156]
9 Tucker, William JewettWilliam Jewett Tucker President 1893 1893 1909 1861 [149][157]
10 Nichols, Ernest FoxErnest Fox Nichols President, Professor of Physics 1898–1903 1909 1916 no [149][158]
11 Hopkins, Ernest MartinErnest Martin Hopkins President 1916 1916 1945 1901 [149][159]
12 Dickey, John SloanJohn Sloan Dickey President 1945 1945 1970 1929 [149][160]
13 Kemeny, John GeorgeJohn George Kemeny President, Professor of Mathematics 1953 1970 1981 no [149][161]
14 McLaughlin, David T.David T. McLaughlin President, member of the Board of Trustees 1971 1981 1987 1954, T'1955 [149][162]
15 Freedman, James O.James O. Freedman President 1987 1987 1998 no [149][163]
16 Wright, JamesJames Wright President, Dean of the Faculty, Professor of History 1969 1998 July 1, 2009 no [149][164][165]
17 Kim, Jim YongJim Yong Kim President, Department of Anthropology Faculty July 1, 2009 July 1, 2009 2012 no [166]
18 Hanlon, Philip J.Philip J. Hanlon President June 10, 2013 June 10, 2013 1977 [167]

Notes[edit]

  • ^a The Dean of the Faculty currently identifies four academic divisions as follows:
    • Arts & Humanities Division: Art History, Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures, Classics, English, Film and Television Studies, French and Italian, German Studies, Music, Philosophy, Religion, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese, Studio Art, Theater.[168]
    • Interdisciplinary Studies Division: African and African American Studies, Asian and Middle-Eastern Studies, Comparative Literature, Environmental Studies, Jewish Studies, Latin American, Latino and Caribbean Studies, Linguistics & Cognitive Sciences, Mathematics and Social Sciences, Native American Studies, Women's and Gender Studies, Writing Program.[169]
    • Sciences Division: Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Sciences, Earth Sciences, Engineering Sciences, Environmental Studies Program, Mathematics, Physics & Astronomy.[170]
    • Social Sciences Division: Anthropology, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Economics, Education, Geography, Government, History, Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies, Mathematics and Social Sciences, Native American Studies, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Sociology.[171]

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