Members of the Board of Directors are elected by the faculty of humanities to three-year terms. To ensure continuity of governance, each year, two members are replaced. No more than two representatives may belong to a single department or program.
|Name||Title||Term End Date|
|Megan Brown||English||Spring 2018|
|Michael Haedicke||Study of Culture and Society||Spring 2019|
|Nathaniel Holdren||Law, Politics and Society||Spring 2020|
|Leah Kalmanson||Philosophy and Religion||Spring 2018|
|Joseph Lenz||Dean of College of Arts and Sciences||ex-officio|
|Kevin Lam||Education||Spring 2020|
|Inbal Mazar||World Languages and Cultures
|Daniel Alexander||Mathematics and Computer Science|
|Jean Carmalt||Law, Politics, and Society|
|Renee Cramer||Law, Politics, and Society|
|Joan Faber McAlister||Rhetoric|
|Maura Lyons||Art and Design|
|Mary McCarthy||Politics and International Relations|
|Joanna Mosser||Political Science|
Drake faculty, at any rank, in any department or program in the University, whose work as teachers, scholars, or in academic service significantly involves humanistic inquiry, broadly construed, are eligible to join the Humanities Center Faculty. Those interested in doing so should email email@example.com expressing their wish to join the Humanities Center Faculty.
The Center for the Humanities is staffed by members of the Office of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and of Philosophy and Religion Department, the home department of the current Director. Staff members are responsible for managing budget, disbursals, and acquisitions and advising on day-to-day administrative matters related to the operation of the Center.