A faculty member since 1999, Prof. Walls designs sets for faculty-directed productions and teaches technical theater and scene design courses, while also serving as mentor for the Senior Theatre Festival.
Prof. Warning teaches development economics and econometrics, while focusing his research in the areas of impact evaluation methods and rural poverty in developing countries.
A pediatric occupational therapist, Prof. Watling specializes on sensory processing and behavior, sensory-based OT intervention, and issues related to services for children with autism spectrum disorders.
Prof. Weinberger teaches courses on U.S. foreign policy, international security, constitutional law, and more. His research centers on congressional-executive war powers in the ongoing armed conflict against al Qaeda.
Prof. Weiss teaches a broad range of biology courses covering ecology, animal communication, science and gender, and more. Her research centers on behavior and microbial ecology.
Prof. Weisz has published extensively on social perception, stereotyping, stigma, racism, and homelessness. She teaches primarily upper-division courses and serves on the leadership team of the Race and Pedagogy Institute.