The Douglas and Maria Bayer Endowed Chair in Earth ScienceI think it’s important to get out of the classroom and experience the things we would otherwise only read about.
Instructor of Journalism and Anthropology-SociologyThere is nothing like the excitement of a good class discussion.
Associate Professor of EnglishStorytelling is what we do -- all day long, for work and play -- and I'd like to know how it works.
Associate Professor of EnglishMy writing process ... is a process of living with something in hopes of knowing that something by heart.
Professor of TheatreKnox has been a really good place for me to expand the range of what I do as a teacher and as a scholar-artist.
Associate Professor Computer ScienceI found a 21st-century application for a 19th-century mathematical discovery.
Smith V. Brand Endowed Chair in Theatre ArtsKnox is a living reflection of the people who live and work here creating community and learning alongside one another.
Professor of ChemistryWhen we finally get the results in the research lab that we have been working to achieve for so long, that is an awesome moment!
Associate Professor of TheatreAll of this work allows me to explore my creativity through a variety of venues and in different ways based on the needs of the experience.
Professor of ChemistryI know that I’m here because someone took an interest in me. So I try to take that same interest in my students.
Associate Professor of MusicI want to teach somewhere where education is understood not simply as an imparting of knowledge, but as an immersion in a certain approach to the world
Associate Professor of MusicMusic is not a fixed "thing." It is realized through performance. So every time it comes into existence, it can be new.
Associate Professor of HistoryHere, I get to be part of a community of learners that's always changing and growing, and that delights me.
William and Marilyn Ingersoll Chair in Computer ScienceI'm particularly interested in how computers and cryptology came together.
Assistant Professor of Asian StudiesThe Chinese program here is still just beginning to develop and I am happy to be part of its growth.
Watson Bartlett Professor and Chair of BiologyI find it incredibly exciting to work with students at this stage of their education. Their fresh approach is contagious.
Visiting Assistant Professor of EnglishI love being able to teach what I get to teach.
Professor of ClassicsAfter many years at Knox, I still, every single day, feel fortunate to be able to spend my life teaching and studying the material I love.
Szold Distinguished Service Professor of ClassicsI am studying the Greek myth of Theseus and Ariadne, and the cultural and socio-political issues that the myth expresses.
Assistant Professor of GermanTo be at a small residential college like Knox is a fundamentally different experience. We can do so much more.
Associate Professor of Educational StudiesMy studies of fine arts and gifted children help me think about what we do as teachers.
Richard P. and Sophia D. Henke Distinguished ProfessorMy research looks at the rise of Christian fundamentalism as a political and social movement.
Chair of Latin American StudiesMost of my research has been on grassroots politics and gender politics. Lately I've been doing interviews with activists in the LGBT rights movement in Nicaragua.
Professor of PsychologyI study the problems associated with materialistic values that favor money, image, and status: these problems include lower happiness, less civility, and more ecological degradation.
Associate Professor of ArtI like the way art can be considered from a variety of cultural, socio-political, ethical, of course visual, and environmental perspectives within a liberal arts curriculum.
Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures (French)It is so wonderful to see students show interests in learning and speaking a language.
Assistant Professor of Music, Director of Jazz ProgramI can't imagine doing anything more fun than this. It shows that it's possible to find a topic that you can fall in love with, and I want my students to see that.
Associate Professor in Asian Studies (Japanese Studies)I study how Japan is adapting American ideas into their higher education and liberal arts curriculum.
Cornelia H. Dudley Professor of PsychologyOur interest in popular culture is nothing more than an intense interest in the doings of other people.
Associate Professor of BiologyThe Green Oaks Field Station is a great place for me to do research, as well as an excellent place to go birding and to explore nature.
Assistant Professor of PsychologyI study human memory, so just about everything that I do is related to understanding more about why we remember what we do and why we forget what we do...
Professor and Chair of MusicBe prepared to do your best and to have an open mind about learning and yourself in today's world.
Visiting Professor of PhilosophyI don't think a person can be a philosopher without being a teacher; it is part of what doing philosophy is.
Assistant Professor EconomicsIt is a lot of fun to be able to teach smart kids in small classes, and there aren't a whole lot of places in the country where a professor gets to do that.
Associate Professor of Modern LanguagesI see young Spanish directors challenging our understanding of who constitutes family and what rules govern intimate relationships.
Professor of HistoryAsian culture is an important part of America's history and its future.
Assistant Professor of Educational StudiesIt's vital that all students participate in both creation and appreciation in the arts.
Associate Professor of Environmental StudiesIt is slow shift, but sustainability is now a household word. People understand it, and this is a good sign.
Associate Professor of Economics and Business and ManagementI'm interested in how we value things -- from reducing the risks from pollution or floods to maintaining our infrastructure and educating ourselves and our posterity.
Associate Professor of PhysicsIt's important to me to get to know students and see their development.
Associate Professor and Chair of DanceThe Knox College dance program has grown so much within the past few years and is now recruiting students who already have really strong dance skills.
Visiting Assistant Professor of MathematicsI originally wanted to major in physics, but somewhere along the way I started to enjoy the abstraction of math and abstract algebra.
Professor and Chair, Business and ManagementI see my teaching as preparing and enabling students to be successful when they step off the Knox campus.
Robert M. & Katherine Arnold Seeley Distinguished Professor of HistoryEach year, we join a new class of Knox students in exploring a variety of texts from the past.
Visiting Assistant Professor of ArtI think the combination of my professional background, the coursework I’ve taken, and my studio experience puts me in a unique position as a professor.
Professor of EconomicsAs I've grown more confident in my research, I've become a citizen-advocate, not just a spectator.
Chancie Ferris Booth Professor of Political Science; Pre-Law AdvisorKnox students applying to law school do very well, including admission to a number of 'top ten' law schools.
Associate Professor of BiologyI knew I wanted to work at a small, private college that had bright students.
Associate Professor of BiologyMy teaching ranges broadly across the biology spectrum, and my scholarship focuses on cellular communication.
Knight Distinguished Assistant Professor for the Study of Religion & CultureI study religion primarily as a social phenomenon, especially as communicated through cultural products of literature, film, and other media.
Assistant Professor of PhilosophyPopular culture doesn't just reflect society, it helps us make our experiences intelligible.
Assistant Professor of Educational Studies... And it [Knox] certainly met all of the ideals I had set for the kind of place where I wanted to work.
Clara A. Abbott Distinguished Professor of ChemistryI am interested in the most basic question: What is that stuff?