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Thomas X. Carroll is a Professor of Chemistry at Keuka College and obtained his advanced degrees in Physical Chemistry from Yale University. Carroll has spent over 20 years as a professor of chemistry and physics, 10 years as an industrial chemist, and continues to have an active collaboration in the field of electron spectroscopy with researchers at Oregon State University and the University of Bergen in Norway.

T. Dary Erwin is Associate Vice-President of Academic Affairs and Professor of Psychology, James Madison University.

Michael McKenzie is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Keuka College. Besides being the author of two books that deal with religion and the public square, McKenzie is a frequent presenter at religion and history conferences nationwide, and is a member of the Rhodes Consultation.

Kimberley W. Sebrell is in private consulting in Richmond, VA.

Rick Szostak is Professor of Economics and Associate Dean for Interdisciplinary and International Studies in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta, where he has taught since receiving his Ph.D. from Northwestern in 1985. He is the author of six books and more than twenty articles, all of an interdisciplinary nature. He is working on a book manuscript entitled Classifying Science: Phenomena, Data, Theory, Method, Practice.

Anne Weed is an Associate Professor of English at Keuka College where she regularly teaches research writing and both introductory and upper-level literature courses. She is a regular presenter at literature conferences and through the New York Council for the Humanities program.

Kenneth R. Williams is Professor Emeritus, Marshall University. Besides having taught at Keuka College, Williams also taught within General Education curricula at Penn State, University of Rhode Island, University of Maryland, Ohio University, and the University of Wisconsin, at Stevens Point. [End Page iv]



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