New Faculty 2019—20

Hollie Adams

portrait of Hollie AdamsAssistant Professor of Creative Writing

Department of English

Keshav Aggarwal

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Ph.D. in mathematics, The Ohio State University

Specialty: analytic number theory

Why UMaine? The Department of Mathematics at UMaine has a great and varied number theory group, and it collaborates actively with the number theorists in Quebec.

John Angelis

photo of John Angelis

Visiting Assistant Professor of Operations Management

Maine Business School

Ph.D. in operations, Case Western Reserve University

Specialty: operations management and technology management

Why UMaine? The University of Maine offers me a chance to teach topics I know well and enjoy, while being able to also spend significant time developing new research. 

Tanya Young Beaulieu

portrait of Tanya BeaulieuAssistant Professor of Management Information Systems

Maine Business School

Ph.D. in management information systems, Washington State University

Specialty: management information systems

Why UMaine? Wonderful school with great faculty!

Pascal Berrill

photo of Pascal BerrillAssociate Professor of Silviculture  

School of Forest Resources  

Ph.D. in ecosystem science, University of California, Berkeley 

Specialty: managing forests to meet multiple objectives and training future foresters 

Why UMaine? It’s a privilege to have the opportunity to provide leadership in forest management across the northeastern region where forests and forest products are such a big part of the economy and people’s lives.

Carol Blasi


Department of History

Aaron Boothroyd


New Media Program

Kristen Brown

Research Associate

School of Biology and Ecology

Ayesha Maliwal Bundy

portrait of Ayesha Maliwal BundyLecturer 

Ecology and Environmental Sciences Program

Scott Burditt


School of Performing Arts

Patrick Callaway


Department of History

Michele Campbell

portrait of Michele CampbellLecturer in Education

School of Teaching and Learning 

Master’s Degree in teaching, University of Maine 

Specialty: secondary English education 

Why UMaine? Once a Black Bear, always a Black Bear!