Armstrong Hall #134
Alberto Hernandez-Lemus is associate professor of philosophy at Colorado College. He has written on Deleuze, Latin American philosophy, and issues of trade and social justice, among other topics.
Palmer Hall #22B
Andrew Price-Smith is currently the Chair of the Department of Political Science. He joined the faculty of Colorado College in 2005. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Toronto in 1999, where he also served as founding director of the Project on Health and Global Affairs at the Munk Center for International Studies. Prior to that he received his M.A. from the University of Western Ontario, and a B.A. (Honors) from Queen's University.
Professor Price-Smith has testified on climate change, disease, and international security before the U.S. House Science and Technology Committee, and acted as advisor for the U.S. Director of National Intelligence (DNI), and the US Department of Defense. He has also served as advisor to the United States Institute of Peace, the United Nations Development Program, the World Bank, the US Environmental Protection Agency, and for the private sector. He specializes in analyses of the effects of disease, environmental change, and energy scarcity on the security of nations. Professor Price-Smith was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. He is married to Janell Price-Smith, who is a biologist.
Visiting Assistant Professor
Dr. Tyler Cornelius is a cultural and environmental historian who focuses on the North American West. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan’s Program in American Culture in 2010. Dr. Cornelius currently holds a position as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Environmental Program, where he teaches courses relating to environmental history, sustainability, and changing food systems. Dr. Cornelius spends his free time hiking, playing guitar, talking politics, enjoying local food and drink, and gardening with his three-year-old son, Oscar, and new baby daughter, Alma.
Tutt Library #214
Chelsea Walter has experience with culturally and linguistically diverse students worldwide. She has taught English virtually to students and English teachers in China, has taught English language classes at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic, and has most recently taught writing, grammar, speaking, and listening to international students domestically. She has also taught linguistics to L2 educators. Her interests include linguistics, working with and learning about international students, and researching ESL pedagogy and teacher education.
Stacey Johnson has taught and mentored many diverse student groups in academic composition, business writing, and literature at Front Range Community College, Colorado State University, and the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and a Master of Arts in English Rhetoric and Composition from Colorado State University and has been an active participant in research and writing on pedagogy for Writing Center, Community Literacy, and First-Year Writing groups. Ms. Johnson is also a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer who served in Zambia, and she works to integrate global perspectives into all of her courses and her own writing practices.
Kathleen Czop currently serves as the International Student Advisor at the Fountain Valley School of Colorado, where she teaches ESL and History courses. Her passion is helping international students and their families become a vital part of the community. Previously, she worked as an ESL and French teacher at the International School of Phnom Penh in Cambodia. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in French from the University of Michigan and an Master of Arts in Education from George Mason University. Ms. Czop is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer who served in Guinea, West Africa.