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    Williams-Mystic challenges the standard definition of learning. We believe a chat with an alligator wrangler may be as vital to scholarship as a conversation with an invasive species expert. Our faculty and staff help students discover and develop their awareness, ambitions, and potential. Ultimately, Williams-Mystic students broaden educational goals by taking in all the intricacies of their environment—guided by our dedicated teachers, mentors, and professionals.

    Mary K. Bercaw Edwards, Ph.D.

    Course: Literature of the Sea

    Lisa Gilbert, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor of Geosciences and Marine Science

    Course: Oceanographic Processes (on sabbatical 2017-18)

    Glenn S. Gordinier, Ph.D.

    Robert G. Albion Historian

    Course: Americans and the Maritime Environment

    Catherine Robinson Hall, J.D.

    Associate Professor

    Course: Marine Policy

    Tim Pusack, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor of Marine Ecology

    Course: Marine Ecology

    Rachel Scudder, Ph.D.

    Visiting Assistant Professor of Oceanography

    Course: Oceanographic Processes

    James T. Carlton, Ph.D.

    Professor of Marine Sciences, Emeritus

    Richard J. King, Ph.D.

    Research Associate