• About This Photo

    Carolyn Tuttle, professor of economics and director of the Border Studies Program, has a deep rooted interest in Mexican-American border issues. Years of research on the border, accompanied by Lake Forest students, led to the publication of her book Mexican Women in American Factories: Free Trade and Exploitation on the Border. Other areas of specialization include child labor, sweatshop labor, and women in the work force. 

  • About This Photo

    Alexander Shingleton, associate professor of biology, is passionate about flies and he knows there is a lot to learn from studying them. The National Science Foundation awarded him a $300,000 grant to fund an undergraduate research program in his lab at Lake Forest. 

  • About This Photo
    Robert Baade, the A. B. Dick Professor of Economics and Business, is internationally recognized for his work in the field of sports economics and is one of the most widely quoted experts in the field. Professor Baade has published multiple research studies for organizations and think tanks such as the Brookings Institution, and has consulted on numerous projects throughout the United States, Europe, and Canada.
  • About This Photo
    Judy Dozier, associate professor of English, also serves as chair of the African American Studies Program. The author of many scholarly articles, Professor Dozier is passionate about teaching and including students in research.
  • About This Photo
    Ann Roberts, the James D. Vail III Professor of Art History, is a specialist in the areas of ancient, medieval, and early modern art history. Professor Roberts is a lead author of the text book Janson’s History of Art, one of the most widely used undergraduate textbooks.

Academics

Previous Story
Next Story