Prof. Padula, mezzo-soprano, is a versatile performer of opera, oratorio, art song, jazz, and musical theater, who is Director of Vocal Studies and Opera Theater.
Prof. Paradise has been an educator for more than 30 years; at Puget Sound, courses include introductory mathematics and computer science classes, and statistics.
While teaching a wide array of IPE courses, Prof. Peine conducts research focused on the role of multinational agribusiness in the global food regime, as well as local food systems and food availability.
Prof. Pepper's research interests span physics, biology, and engineering, with a focus on biological fluid mechanics. Her research contributes to the understanding of how tiny ocean organisms navigate turbulent ocean flows.
Prof. Perry is a longtime Chinese instructor in the Asian Languages and Cultures Program and serves as the faculty liaison for the university's Summer Taiwan Program at Tunghai University.
With a primary research focus on the lower-extremity biomechanics of gait, Prof. Pohl teaches courses related to biomechanics, scientific writing, and research methods.