Faculty & Staff Directory

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Dr. Russell Weaver, Professor Dr. Russell Weaver
Professor of English
310 , Center for the Humanities of Bixler Hall
419.289.5117
rweaver3@ashland.edu
Joined Ashland University faculty in 1986 and teaches courses in Romantic and Victorian British literature; Greek literature; 19th century Russian Novel (War and Peace and The Brothers Karamazov) Offers a rotating set of major writers seminars on Dostoevsky, Shakespeare, Melville/Conrad, Austen and Hemingway Has published Questioning Keats: An Introduction to Applied Hermeneutics in 2006, The Moral World of Billy... Read More

Dr. Jeffrey Weidenhamer, Professor Dr. Jeffrey Weidenhamer
Trustees’ Distinguished Professor of Chemistry
419 , Kettering Science Building
419.289.5281
jweiden@ashland.edu
Joined Ashland University in 1989 and teaches General Chemistry, courses in analytical chemistry and core science courses including Science as a Cultural Force and Lead and Civilization Has mentored more than 50 undergraduate students in research projects Research interests include the development of methods for analysis of plant root exudates in soil, and the contamination of consumer products with heavy metals... Read More

http://personal.ashland.edu/jweiden/
david west Dr. David T. West
Assistant Professor
117, Andrews Hall
419.289.5709
dwest6@ashland.edu
David T. West is Assistant Professor of History and Political Science starting in Fall 2018. He holds degrees in Classics, Humanities, and Political Science. He teaches courses in Latin and in the history, political thought, and literature of the Greek, Roman, and medieval worlds. Students with a special interest in the ancient world or in the influence of the Classics on the American political tradition are... Read More

Dr. David West
Assistant Professor of History and Political Science
117, Andrews Hall
419.289.5709
dwest6@ashland.edu
Joined Ashland University faculty in 2018 and serves as assistant professor of History and Political Science, teaching courses i Latin and in the history, political thought, and literature of the Greek, Roman, and medieval worlds Research focuses on rhetoric and political thought in Cicero and the Roman historians and students with a special interest in the ancient world or in the influence of the Classics on the... Read More

Dr. Darren Wick, Professor Dr. Darren Wick
Professor of Mathematics
216, Patterson Instructional Technology Center
419.289.5795
dwick@ashland.edu
Joined Ashland University faculty in 2000 and serves as professor of Mathematics and has taught a wide variety of mathematics courses, most recently Discrete Mathematics, Analysis, History of Mathematics, and Elementary Statistics Research interests include associative ring theory and algebra, representation of numbers, the history and foundations of mathematics, and open source software Served as chair of the... Read More

http://personal.ashland.edu/dwick/
Naomi J. Williams, Ashland MFA fiction faculty Naomi J. Williams



Naomi J. Williams is the author of Landfalls (FSG 2015), long-listed for the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize and the National Book Critics Circle’s John Leonard Award. Her short fiction has appeared in numerous literary journals, including Zoetrope: All-Story, A Public Space, One Story, The Southern Review, and The Gettysburg Review. A five-time Pushcart Prize nominee and one-time winner, Naomi has an MA in... Read More

brianne wolf Dr. Brianne Wolf
Director, Political Economy Program, Assistant Professor of Political Science
120, Andrews Hall
419.289.5171
bwolf3@ashland.edu
Joined Ashland University faculty in 2017 and serves as assistant professor of Political Science as well as director of the Political Economy Program Teaches courses on political economy and political thought Has published on both Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Adam Smith, and Friedrich Hayek Book manuscript is on moral judgment and liberalism During summer 2018 served as an Adam Smith Fellow in residence at Liberty Fund in... Read More

derek wood Derek Wood
WRDL General Manager
215-G, Center for the Arts

dwood12@ashland.edu
Derek Wood is the General Manager of 88.9-FM WRDL, Ashland University’s award-winning, student-run radio station. He has received a Bachelors Degree in Digital Media Journalism and Sport Communication with a minor in Digital Media Production from Ashland University and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication from Kent State University. In addition to WRDL, he is currently working... Read More

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