Hamilton welcomes 48 new faculty members, including nine tenure-track positions, in addition to visiting professors, lecturers, and teaching fellows for the 2022-23 academic year. The College is in the midst of a 10-year period, begun in 2015, during which nearly half of its faculty will reach average retirement age.

“We are excited to welcome a new, talented cohort of teacher-scholars to our campus,” Dean of Faculty Ngonidzashe Munemo said. “Each faculty member brings special expertise to our diverse curriculum, from Hispanic studies, theatre, and music, to sociology, environmental studies, computer science, and beyond. We look forward to the meaningful and innovative ways that our new colleagues will engage with our students and returning faculty in the coming year.”

Among this year’s newcomers are those who study the impact of government-directed hospital mergers on patients, developing accessible computer interfaces, Broadway musicals from the post-Civil era to the present, and the preservation and restoration of Utica’s parks … along with a Tony Award nominee.

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