University of Missouri

223 Tate Hall :: Columbia MO 65211-1500 :: phone: 573-882-8590 :: email: gordonmj@missouri.edu or smithkib@missouri.edu

Academic Advising

Kibby Smith, smithkib@missouri.edu, 114 Switzler Hall, 573-882-6060 (General linguistics advising; especially on General Education requirements)

Matthew Gordon, gordonmj@missouri.edu, 223 Tate Hall, 573-882-8590 (Chair and advising on linguistics major and minor requirements)

Faculty

Matthew Gordon, chair of linguistics and associate professor of English. PhD, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.


Paul Weirich, professor of philosophy. PhD, University of California-Los Angeles.

John Zemke, professor of Spanish. PhD, University of California-Davis.

Flore Zéphir, professor of French and African diaspora studies. PhD, Indiana University-Bloomington.


Judith Goodman, associate professor of communication science and disorders. PhD, University of Chicago.

Claire Horisk, associate professor of philosophy. PhD, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

Matthew McGrath, associate professor of philosophy. Ph.D. Brown University.

Philip Robbins, associate professor of philosophy. Ph.D. University of Chicago.


Asier Alcazar, assistant professor of Spanish linguistics. PhD, University of Southern California.

Johanna Kramer, assistant professor of English. PhD, Cornell University.

Michael Marlo, assistant professor of English. PhD, University of Michigan.

Loreen N. Olson, assistant professor of communication. PhD University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Evan Smith, University and Non-Credit Coordinator, Center for Distance and Independent Study. PhD, Indiana University-Bloomington.


Linda Day, emeritus research assistant professor of communication science and disorders. PhD, University of Missouri-Columbia.

N. Louanna Furbee, professor emerita of anthropology. PhD, University of Chicago.

Daniel E. Gulstad, professor emeritus of Spanish. PhD, University of Illinois.

Mary-Jeanette Smythe, associate profesor emerita of communication. Ph.D., Florida State University.

Dorothy Watson, professor emerita of learning, teaching and curriculum. PhD, Wayne State University.

Gilbert Youmans, professor emeritus of English. PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Benjamin L. Honeycutt, associate professor emeritus of French. PhD, The Ohio State University.

 

Ellis Library

Ellis Library