Our people are extraordinary.

Arts & Sciences has over 1,000 faculty and staff who utilize their diverse expertise in the pursuit of research breakthroughs, gaining a deeper understanding of the world's most pressing issues and serving as mentors of the next generation.

select honors from our faculty

9 Elected Members of the National Academy of Sciences
18 Guggenheim Fellowship recipients
18 elected members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Bryce Sadtler

Chemistry

Kaho Sakaue

Luis Alejandro Salas

Classics

Ignacio Sánchez Prado

Romance Languages and Literatures

Michael Sanders

Fernando Gutierrez

Angelina Sansone-Dunphy

Crickette Sanz

Anthropology

Christine Sasse

Music

Armin Sauermann

Nick Savage

Sean Savoie

Performing Arts

Christopher Schaberg

Ariela Schachter

Sociology

Karl Schaefer

Mathematics

Maggie Schlarman

Biology

Wolfram Schmidgen

English

Leigh E. Schmidt

John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics

Keith Schnakenberg

Political Science

Nancy Schnurr

Romance Languages and Literatures

Lyndsie Schultz

David Schuman

English

Henry I. Schvey

Performing Arts

Rebecca Sears

Classics

Alexander Seidel

Physics

Jen Seright

Stephanie N. Shady

Christopher Shaffer

Biology

Toqeer Shah

Jewish, Islamic, and Middle Eastern Studies

John Shareshian

Mathematics

Elizabeth Sharkey

Michael Sherberg

Romance Languages and Literatures

Ila Sheren

Art History and Archaeology

Vincent Sherry

English

Dihan Shi

Yongseok Shin

Economics

Matthew Shipe

English

Jenny Shrensker

Mathematics

Betsy Sinclair

Political Science

Julie Singer

Romance Languages and Literatures

Philip Skemer

Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences

Elzbieta Sklodowska

Romance Languages and Literatures

Virginia Slachman

College Writing Program

Rachel Slaughter

College Writing Program

Cecil Slaughter

Performing Arts

Kristoffer Smemo

Christi Smith

Global Studies

Jennifer R. Smith

Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences

Richard J. Smith

Anthropology

Steven S. Smith

Political Science

Craig Smith

Biology

William H. Smith

Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences

Robert Snarrenberg

Music

Kwok Wai (Ben) So

Andrew Sobel

Global Studies

Lee Sobotka

Chemistry

Slava Solomatov

Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences

Claire Sommers

English

Mitchell Sommers

Psychological & Brain Sciences

Minjeong Son

Yanli Song

Mathematics

Xiangyu Song

James F. Spriggs

Political Science

Zoe Stamatopoulou

Classics

Christopher Stark

Music

Alexander Stefaniak

Music

Paul Steinbeck

Music

Paul Stein

Biology

Mary Ann Stenner

Ari Stern

Mathematics

Charlie Stewart

Amanda Stewart

Music

Charlie Stewart

Harriet Stone

Romance Languages and Literatures

Megan Stout

Music

David Strait

Anthropology

Andrew Strasberg

Joan Strassmann

Biology

Michael Strube

Psychological & Brain Sciences

Rami Stucky

Music

Gaylyn Studlar

Film and Media Studies

Mary Sulavik

Cathy Sullivan Jannings

Jessie Sun

Psychological & Brain Sciences

Qingyi Sun

Katya Jeanne Sussman

Education

Nicole Svobodny

Global Studies

Claudia Swan

Tola Sylvan

Recent Faculty Grants & Awards

Taylor Carlson, assistant professor of political science in Arts & Sciences, has been awarded a Social Science Research Council Social Data Research Fellowship to study the extent to which user-generated content (i.e. comments) on social media platforms distorts information reported by mainstream news outlets. The fellowship comes with a $50,000 award.

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