ITG by Department

Alpha list of Departments, Programs, and Offices
Supported by the ITG

(back to the alphabetical list of ITG members)

American Ethnic Studies: Don Shegog
Anthropology: Jeff Nichols
Arabic: Don Shegog
Art: Ryan McCollum and Jeff Nichols 
Biology (Reynolda Campus): Jeff Muday
Biology (Downtown): Tommy Murphy
Chemistry (Reynolda Campus): Jeff Muday
Chemistry (Downtown): Tommy Murphy
Classical Languages: Ryan McCollum and Jeff Nichols
Communication: Jo Lowe
Computer Science: Suzanne Thompson
Contemporary Global Studies: Don Shegog
Counseling: Robert Vidrine
Dance: Ryan McCollum
East Asian Languages: Jo Lowe
Economics: Don Shegog
Education: Robert Vidrine
Engineering: Tommy Murphy
English: Scott Claybrook
Entrepreneurship: Don Shegog
Environment and Sustainability: Jeff Nichols
French Studies: Suzanne Thompson
German & Russian: Richard King
Health and Exercise Science: Suzanne Thompson
Health Policy and Administration: Suzanne Thompson
History: Tyler Pruitt
Humanities (selected): Scott Claybrook, Don Shegog
Interdisciplinary Honors: Scott Claybrook
Interdisciplinary Humanities: Don Shegog
Italian Studies: Steven Wicker
Journalism: Scott Claybrook
Latin American and Latino Studies: Don Shegog
Linguistics (Interdisciplinary Studies): Don Shegog 
Magnolia Scholars: Scott Claybrook
Mathematics: Steven Wicker
Math & Stats Center: Steven Wicker
Medieval and Early Modern Studies: Don Shegog
Middle East and South Asia Studies: Don Shegog
Military Science: Steven Wicker
Music: Ryan McCollum
Office of the Dean of the College: Jeff Nichols, Ching-Wan Yip
Office of University Art Collections: Ryan McCollum and Jeff Nichols
Philosophy: Tyler Pruitt
Physics: Ching-Wan Yip
Politics and International Affairs: Don Shegog
Psychology: Richard King
Religious Studies: Jeff Nichols
Spanish: Steven Wicker
Sociology: Don Shegog
Statistical Sciences: Steven Wicker
Theater: Ryan McCollum
Wake Downtown: Tommy Murphy
Wake Forest Scholars: Scott Claybrook
Writing Center: Scott Claybrook
Writing Program: Scott Claybrook
Women’s and Gender Studies: Scott Claybrook

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