Faculty Council

Human Sciences Faculty Council

  Name Research Areas Contact
Scott Churchill, Ph.D. Scott Churchill, Ph.D.
Professor, Psychology Department
  bonobo@udallas.edu
Augustine Hall #102
972-721-5348
Robert Kugelmann, Ph.D. Robert Kugelmann, Ph.D.
Professor, Psychology Department
  kugelman@udallas.edu
Augustine Hall #106
972-721-5268
Carla Pezzia, Ph.D. Carla Pezzia, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Human and Social Sciences Department
global health, health disparities cpezzia@udallas.edu
Patrick E. Haggerty Science Building #52
972-265 5719
Dennis L. Sepper, Ph.D. Dennis Sepper, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair, Human and Social Sciences Department; Professor, Philosophy Department
European thought since 1600, science studies, philosophy of language, and recent French and German thought. sepper@udallas.edu
Braniff 320
972-721-5257
 Deanna Soper Deanna Soper, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Biology Department 
The host/parasite coevolution on the evolution of reproduction.  dsoper@udallas.edu
Haggerty Science Building Rm. 140
(972)-721-5245
Charles Sullivan, Ph.D. Charles Sullivan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Human and Social Sciences Department; Associate Professor, History Department
Early Modern and Modern European history; science, technology, and society; conceptual foundations of human and social sciences sullivan@udallas.edu
Braniff Graduate Building 204
972-721-5251

Executive Committee

The members of the governing Executive Committee are Drs. Sepper (chair), Sullivan, and Pezzia.

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