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Members of the Canadian Studies Advisory Board
 
Patricia S. Banach, Director of Library Services; MIS, Simmons College Graduate School of Library and Information Science; MA, University of Massachusetts Amherst; BA, Manhattanville College
Michele Boskovic, Professor of French; BA, Universite de Caen; MA, University of Massachusetts at Amherst; PhD University of Connecticut. Research: Contemporary French & Francophone women writers
Dennis Canterbury, PhD, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work
Branko Cavarkapa, Professor of Business Administration; BS, MBA, PhD, University of Sarajevo. Research: International Marketing
Edmond Chibeau, Associate Professor Communications Department; PhD Northwestern University; MA, University of Pennsylvania, Annenberg School for Communication; BA, Long Island University
Alex Citrus, Assistant Professor Business Information Systems; PhD. Case Western Reserve University
Paula Couture-Palmerino, Department of Sociology. Teaches Introduction to Canada and Native Peoples of Canada. BS, Worcester State College, MA, the University of Connecticut, PhD candidate at the University of Connecticut. Research: Archeaology of the Northeast, Canadian Studies, First Nations.
Katalin Eibel-Spanyi, Associate Professor Business Administration; PhD., Marketing, Budapest University of Economic Sciences, Hungary; MBA, Marketing Research, Budapest University of Economic Sciences, Hungary; BBA, Economics and Trade, Karl Marx University of Economic Sciences, Hungary
R. Max Ferguson, Emeritus Faculty, Professor of Chemistry. BS, Clarion State College; MS, Temple University; MS, University of Connecticut. Research: Northern Environmental Issues
Irene Glasser, Emeritus Faculty, Professor of Anthropology, BA, MSW, PhD, University of Connecticut. Research: Homelessness in Canada, Health Care in Canada, Urbanization and First Nations
James A. (Drew) Hyatt, Professor of Environmental Earth Science; BA, McMaster University; PhD Queen's University. Research: geomorphology (periglacial, karst), lacustrine sedimentology, virtual field trip generation
Robert Horrocks, Professor/Coordinator of Study Abroad Programs; Liaison to the New England/Quebec Exchange Programs
Tara Hurt, Associate Librarian, University Archivist, Special Collections
Fred Loxsom, Endowed Chair of Sustainable Energy Studies, PhD, Dartmouth College, BA, Bowdoin College. Research Sustainable Energy Studies & Atmospheric Physics
James Russell, Professor, Department of Sociology; PhD, Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
William Michael Salka, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science; PhD, Political Science, Colorado State University; BS, Political Science (Economics Minor) Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR
Russell Sampson, Associate Professor, Department of Physical Sciences; PhD, University of Alberta; MS, University of Alberta; BS, University of Alberta. Research: meteor astronomy, atmospheric optics and acoustics

Leon Sarin, Emeritus Faculty, History, first Director of Canadian Studies. BA, MA, University of Connecticut. Research Canadian History

David L. Stoloff, Professor of Education. BS, State University of New York; MA, Concordia University, Montréal; PhD, University of California, Los Angles. Research: Education Technology, Comparative Education
Christie Thomas, Coordinator of Office of International Programs
Christopher Vasillopulos, Professor of Political Science. BA, Hobart College; MA, PhD, University of California-Berkeley. Research: Comparative Public Administration Important Information about Eastern Connecticut State University
George R. Whiting, Payroll and Position Control Coordinator
 
Elsa Nuñez, Ed.D., President
Carmen Cid, Ph.D., Dean, School of Arts and Sciences
Jaime Gómez, Ph.D., Interim Dean, School of Education and Professional Studies

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