The mission of the New Faculty Forum (NFF) is to welcome new faculty into the Saint Anselm College community and to help them become participating members. NFF offers opportunities for new faculty to get to know existing faculty across departments. NFF plays an important role in informing junior faculty about the functioning of the college, expectations for tenure and promotion, and college service duties. NFF helps new faculty fulfill the mission of the college.
In addition to the weekly pub nights, the New Faculty Forum hosts a number of events and presentations. Below is a list of the types of events that the New Faculty Forum supports throughout the year. Dates and further information about each event will be provided via e-mail.
Informational Talks: Conversations with faculty on topics such as tenure, governance, and faculty handbook
Interdisciplinary Talks: Presentation by new faculty members on their research
Saint Anselm Athletics: Faculty, family, and friends attend athletic events on campus
Fall Hike: Faculty, family and friends participate on a local hike
Volunteer Event with Meelia Center: Faculty and family volunteer at Meelia Center event
End-of-Year Celebration: Faculty celebrate the end of the year at the Copper Door
The New Faculty Forum works to provide an updated resource list to share with new members of the Saint Anselm College community. If you are new to the area, use this list to take advantage of the expertise and recommendations from faculty and staff at the college.
Co-Chairs, New Faculty Forum
Matthew Hurley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Chemistry
Paul Marmora, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Economics and Business
Rebecca Crisafulli, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Modern Languages and Literatures
Robert Gigliotti, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Economics and Business
Christian Gregory, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Education
Andrew Haringer,, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Fine Arts
Georgia Henley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, English
Rong Huang, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Economics and Business
Jennifer Pace, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Chemistry
Britney Privett, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Chemistry
Jeffrey Wiebe, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Economics and Business