SUMMER PROGRAM FACULTY
Todd Franklin, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy
Franklin’s research focuses on the existential, social, and political implications of various critical and transformative discourses aimed at cultivating individual and collective self-realization. The author of several scholarly works on the social and political import of various forms of existential enlightenment, Franklin is also the co-editor of a volume titled Critical Affinities: Reflections on the Convergence between Nietzsche and African American Thought.
Tim Kelly, Associate Professor of Mathematics
Kelly came to Hamilton in 1985 from the University of New Hampshire, where he also earned his Ph.D. in mathematical education. Areas of expertise include: mathematical education, probability, statistics, stochastic processes, and pre-calculus; and probabilistic and statistical reasoning.