The Faculty Affiliate Program at Middlebury attempts to foster a better understanding of the mission and application of intercollegiate athletics at Middlebury, and how athletics supports the College’s educational mission. The program recruits faculty members from a variety of academic disciplines who volunteer to spend time with various teams.
- To enhance communication between faculty and students, and provide additional mentoring resources for student-athletes.
- To provide faculty members with a more complete understanding of the mission and application of intercollegiate athletics, and enhance their awareness of the responsibilities of Middlebury student-athletes.
The list of Faculty Affiliates and their respective teams may be found below.
For more information on the Faculty Affiliate Program, contact Martin Beatty via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 802-443-5956.
List of Faculty Affiliates
Men's Cross Country: Jessica Holmes, Economics
Women's Cross Country: Jessica Holmes, Economics
Field Hockey: Jane Chaplin, Classics
Football: Hector Vila, Writing
Men's Soccer: David Dorman, Mathematics
Women's Soccer: Jeremy Ward, Biology; Michael Dash, Psychology
Men's Tennis: Leger Grindon, Film & Media Culture
Women's Tennis: Molly Costanza-Robinson, Environmental Studies/Chemistry & Biochemistry
Volleyball: Pat Manley, Geology
Men's Basketball: Peter Ryan, Geology; Peter Schumer, Mathematics
Women's Basketball: Jay Parini, English
Women's Ice Hockey: Matt Longman, Dean of Wonnacott Commons; Jeff Dunham, Physics
Men’s Ice Hockey: John Isham, Economics
Alpine Skiing: Carlos Velez, Psychology
Nordic Skiing: Bill Hegman, Geography
Men's & Women's Squash: Ian Barrow, History
Swimming & Diving: David Dorman, Mathematics
Indoor Track & Field: Matt Kimble, Psychology; Steven Viner, Philosophy
Baseball: J Finley, American Studies; Karl Lindholm, American Literature & Civilization
Men's Lacrosse: Peter Nelson, Geography
Women's Lacrosse: AJ Vasiliou, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Softball: Paul Sommers, Economics
Track & Field: Matt Kimble, Psychology; Steve Viner, Philosophy