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College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Cornell University Faculty 1958 – 1980

William T. Keeton was a beloved professor, known for his enthusiasm for research and passionate teaching style.

Because of its popularity on campus, his introductory Biology class became known simply as “the Keeton course.” His lectures for this course were often standing-room only, with students flowing into the hallway to hear his spellbinding presentations.

Gilly Leshed

House Fellow

Gilly Leshed is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Information Science, where she also directs the professional masters degree program (MPS).

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Mostafa Minawi

House Fellow

Mostafa Minawi is an Assistant Professor at the Department of History. Broadly, his research focuses on the study of Ottoman imperialism at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century.

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Austin Bunn

House Fellow

Austin is the author of a short story collection “The Brink” and wrote, with director John Krokidas, the film KILL YOUR DARLINGS which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. He is an Assistant Professor in the Performing and Media Arts Department.

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Stephen Wicker

House Fellow

Steve is a professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and a member of the fields of Computer Science & Systems Engineering. In his 20 years at Cornell he has studied and taught computer networks, wireless systems, and cellular technology.

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Ruth Yarrow

House Fellow

Ruth Yarrow is a naturalist, environmental educator, poet and organizer for peace, justice and a healthy planet. She also knew William Keeton since he was a graduate student.

Andre Kessler

House Fellow

André Kessler is Associate Professor for Chemical Ecology in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

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Diane Burton

House Fellow

Diane Burton is a faculty member in the ILR School at Cornell University. Her primary appointment is in human resource studies with courtesy appointments in organizational behavior and sociology.

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Wendy Williams

House Fellow

Wendy M. Williams is a Professor in the Department of Human Development,where she studies intelligence from psychological, educational, and sociological perspectives.

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Andre Kessler

House Fellow

André Kessler is Associate Professor for Chemical Ecology in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

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Beth Lyon

House Fellow

Beth is a Clinical Professor of Law and founder of Cornell’s Farmworker’s Legal Assistance Clinic. She is a practicing lawyer and advocates for low-income asylum seekers, farmworkers and their families in local, state, federal and international fora.

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Richard Kiely

House Fellow

Richard Kiely currently serves as a Senior Fellow for Engaged Cornell.

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Sophie Sidhu

House Fellow

Sophie serves as Associate Dean of Students and Director of the Asian & Asian American Center, where she advises cultural-based student groups and delivers programs and services to support Cornell’s diverse student community.

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Gerald Torres

House Fellow

Gerald Torres is former president of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS). He is a leading figure in critical race theory, environmental law and federal Indian Law.

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Wendy Williams

House Fellow

Wendy M. Williams is a Professor in the Department of Human Development,where she studies intelligence from psychological, educational, and sociological perspectives.

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Ruth Yarrow

House Fellow

Ruth Yarrow is a naturalist, environmental educator, poet and organizer for peace, justice and a healthy planet. She also knew William Keeton since he was a graduate student.

Beth Lyon

House Fellow

Beth is a Clinical Professor of Law and founder of Cornell’s Farmworker’s Legal Assistance Clinic. She is a practicing lawyer and advocates for low-income asylum seekers, farmworkers and their families in local, state, federal and international fora.

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Stephen Ceci

House Fellow

Steve Ceci received his doctorate in developmental psychology from the University of Exeter, England, where he studied children’s recollections—a topic that would later be expanded to include children’s eyewitness testimony in criminal cases.

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Lee Humphreys

House Fellow

Lee studies the social uses and perceived effects of communication technology and media.

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Stephen Ceci

House Fellow

Steve Ceci received his doctorate in developmental psychology from the University of Exeter, England, where he studied children’s recollections—a topic that would later be expanded to include children’s eyewitness testimony in criminal cases.

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Austin Bunn

House Fellow

Austin is the author of a short story collection “The Brink” and wrote, with director John Krokidas, the film KILL YOUR DARLINGS which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. He is an Assistant Professor in the Performing and Media Arts Department.

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Stephen Ceci

House Fellow

Steve Ceci received his doctorate in developmental psychology from the University of Exeter, England, where he studied children’s recollections—a topic that would later be expanded to include children’s eyewitness testimony in criminal cases.

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Howie Silcoff

House Fellow

Howard Silcoff, M.D. is Board certified in Family Practice. He was born and raised in Montreal, Canada and now works at Dryden Family Medicine.

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Marina Caillaud

House Fellow

Marina Caillaud is a faculty member in the Department of Entomology. She now teaches biology classes for non-majors (Entom 2030 and Entom 2100) and recently became a beekeeper.

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Andre Kessler

House Fellow

André Kessler is Associate Professor for Chemical Ecology in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

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Greg Morrisett

House Fellow

Greg Morrisett is a Computer Science Professor and the Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Information Sciences (CIS).

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Karen Jaime

House Fellow

Karen Jaime is Assistant Professor of Performing and Media Arts and Latina/o Studies. She is a former Rockefeller Foundation Research Fellow and a Chancellor’s Post-Doctoral Research Associate at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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A.T. Miller

House Fellow

A.T. is the Associate Vice Provost for Academic Diversity, a position he’s held since 2011. He’s passionate about working for fairness in a world that is structured unfairly.

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Richard Kiely

House Fellow

Richard Kiely currently serves as a Senior Fellow for Engaged Cornell.

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Ruth Yarrow

House Fellow

Ruth Yarrow is a naturalist, environmental educator, poet and organizer for peace, justice and a healthy planet. She also knew William Keeton since he was a graduate student.

Andre Kessler

House Fellow

André Kessler is Associate Professor for Chemical Ecology in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

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Karen Jaime

House Fellow

Karen Jaime is Assistant Professor of Performing and Media Arts and Latina/o Studies. She is a former Rockefeller Foundation Research Fellow and a Chancellor’s Post-Doctoral Research Associate at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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