Alison Altstatt is Assistant Professor of Musicology and Music History at the University of Northern Iowa School of Music. Her publications focus on the history of medieval chant, in particular, the music and ritual of women's religious communities.
Kimberly Aschbrenner is a 2016 graduate of the Master of Arts in Health Promotion program. She currently works as a Wellness Coordinator for UnityPoint Health – Waterloo and spends her free time with her husband, Derrick, and daughter, Macy.
Dr. Disa Cornish is an Assistant Professor in the School of KAHHS (Division of Health Promotion and Education) in the UNI College of Education. Her research interests include maternal and child health and program evaluation.
Dr. Michele Devlin is Professor of Global Health and Chair of the Division of Health Promotion at the University of Northern Iowa. She is specialist in refugee and immigrant health, and in tactical anthropology in emergency response settings with vulnerable populations.
Mark Grey is Professor of Anthropology at UNI. He was also recently appointed as Adjunct Research Professor at the U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute.
Jerome Klinkowitz has taught English at UNI since 1972. His books include studies of contemporary fiction, jazz, art, philosophy, baseball, and the narratology of World War II air combat memoirs. Frank Lloyd Wright and His Manner of Thought (University of Wisconsin Press, 2014) was his first venture into architecture.
Mark Myers is an Iowa transplant and an Associate Professor of ecology and conservation biology in the Biology Department at UNI.
Dr. Gabriela Olivares works as an Associate Professor at UNI and currently serves as Diversity Fellow. Her research interests include second language acquisition and foreign language teaching and learning.
Michelle Ploof, a UNI graduate of the MA Spanish/TESOL program, currently teaches Spanish at Northeast High School in Maryland. She has presented in several conferences and her research interests include foreign language learning and technology.
Alexa R.C. Sedlacek (PhD in Geological Sciences, The Ohio State University 2013) is an Assistant Professor of Geology in the Earth and Environmental Sciences Department. Her research focuses on the exchange of carbon between the atmosphere and lithosphere during mass extinction events.
Elizabeth Sutton is Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Northern Iowa. She has published Art, Animals, and Experience: Relationships to Canines and the Natural World, Capitalism and Cartography in the Dutch Golden Age (Chicago, 2015) and Early Modern Dutch Prints of Africa (Aldershot, 2012). Her current research interests include feminist historiography and mapping place with art history.
Dr. Wagoner is an Adjunct Professor at Kent State University teaching writing courses for the English Department and the Department of Pan-African Studies. Her research interests include new media and narrative, the multimodal novel, narrative theory, critical reading pedagogy, creative writing pedagogy, and writing-to-learn pedagogy.
Angela Waseskuk received her BFA in painting in 2003 from the University of Northern Iowa and her MFA in sculpture and dimensional studies in 2007 from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. In 2002 she studied at the Yale Summer School of Art in Norfolk, CT. She is currently the Foundations Coordinator and an adjunct instructor of art at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa.
Jim Wohlpart is Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University of Northern Iowa.
Dr. Catherine Zeman has a Ph.D. in Preventive Medicine with emphasis in Environmental and Occupational Health from the University of Iowa and a Masters in Environmental Science from Southern Illinois University. She is a Professor in the Allied Health Division, School of KAHHS, at the University of Northern Iowa where she teaches in the environmental health area.