Appendix A: Departments and Faculty in the College, 1983–2005 543
2005–2006
Candelas S. Gala, Chair
Wake Forest Professor Candelas S. Gala
Professors Milorad R. Margitić, Antonio C. Vitti, Byron R. Wells, M. Stanley
Whitley
Associate Professors Jane W. Albrecht, Sarah E. Barbour, Mary L. Friedman, Linda
S. Howe, Judy K. Kem, Soledad Miguel-Prendes, Stephen Murphy, María Teresa
Sanhueza
Assistant Professors Margaret Ewalt, J. Michael Fulton, Ola Furmanek, Luis
González, Anne E. Hardcastle, Kathryn Mayers, Roberta Morosini, Kendall B.
Tarte
Visiting Assistant Professor Ana León-Távora
Instructors Jorge Avilés-Diz, Justin Bennett, Celia Garzón-Arrabal, Renée Gutiér-
rez, Véronique M. McNelly, Jenny Puckett, Maria Dolores Santamaria, Maria-
Encarna Moreno Turner, Elisabeth d’Empaire Wilbert, Jennifer Wooten, Itzá
Zavala Garrett
Lecturers Elizabeth Mazza Anthony, Corrado Corradini, Jesús Pico-Argel
RUSSIAN AND EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES (REE)
Interdisciplinary Minor
(The Foreign Area Study in East European Studies became an interdisciplinary
minor in Russian and East European Studies in 1997–1998. The change was first
listed in the 1998–1999 Bulletin.)
1993–1996
Perry Patterson (Economics), Coordinator
1996–1998
Susan Z. Rupp (History), Coordinator
1998–2006
Susan Z. Rupp (History), Coordinator
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTANCY (BUS & ACC)
The School of Business and Accountancy was established in 1980 as a separate
“School,” no longer a “Department” in Wake Forest College. Thus, bulletins from
that time on had a separate section towards the back under the heading “School of
Business and Accountancy” to differentiate the School from the College. Here the
various policies and courses of the School were disclosed. Previously the BUS and
ACC courses had been listed under the Department of Business and Accountancy as
part of Wake Forest College along with the other departments and various courses in
the arts, humanities, mathematic, sciences, etc.
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