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Eric Boggs

Eric Boggs
Director, Lundquist College of Business Honors Program; Professor of Business

Eric Boggs has been the Director of the Lundquist College of Business Honors Program since 2017, and brings with him a diverse career background in leadership development, interactive experiences, dynamic workshops, academic courses, international service learning adventures and wilderness expeditions. At the UO Eric works in a variety of settings to provide challenging and stimulating opportunities for students. His expertise includes place-based education, experiential learning, outdoor education, design thinking and empowering leadership trainings.

Nick Kohler

Dr. Nick Kohler
Career Instructor, Department of Geography

Dr. Kohler teaches courses pertaining to human environment and geospatial techniques in the UO Department of Geography. His research looks at topics related to land use and land cover change, human-environment interactions, GIS science, conservation, and development. He’s regional focus has been
on the countries of mainland Southeast Asia, and the American West. His expertise includes geographic information systems, cartography and human-environmental relations.

Andiel Brown

Andiel Brown
Instructor of Gospel Choirs and Ensembles, School of Music and Dance

Andiel Brown is the director of Gospel Choirs and Ensembles at the University
of Oregon and has guided the UO’s gospel singers through regional and national tours, competing and winning national gospel choir competitions and facilitating a public performance tour of The People’s Republic of China which was the first gospel act to ever do such a thing. Andiel is also involved in diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives the University of Oregon, community organizing, motivational speaking and initiating positive connectivity between people.

Amy Leubbers

Amy Luebbers
Faculty Fellow, Department of Sociology

In her current role Amy facilitates service-learning and experiential knowledge, internship supervision, and community outreach interaction for students.
She recently piloted a service learning class at the University of Oregon
which connected students to local organizations and guided social service internships. Her interests and research areas include sociology of science, social movements, and sociology of religion.

Josh Snodgrass

Josh Snodgrass
Center for Undergraduate Research and Engagement Director; Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Research and Distinguished Scholarships; Professor of Anthropology

Dr. Snodgrass is a biological anthropologist who specializes in global health. His research focuses on human adaption to environmental stressors, the influence of social change on health, global aging, the effects of chronic psychosocial stress on health and well-being, and the evolution of the human diet. In addition to his research and work as a professor of anthropology, Dr. Snodgrass co- directs the UO’s Center for Global Health, is a core faculty in the Global Health minor and helps to direct the Office of Distinguished Scholarships and the Center for Undergraduate Research and Engagement.

Kevin Hatfield

Kevin Hatfield
Director of Academic Residential & Research Initiatives; Center for Undergraduate Research and Engagement; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of History

Kevin Hatfield fulfills a variety of diverse roles within the University of Oregon. He primarily functions as a bridge between academic affairs and student affairs. His work includes translating at conventions, facilitating knowledge transfers and fostering relationships across divisional boundaries and between academic faculty and student life professionals. In all settings, Kevin cultivates dynamic collaborations and partnerships. He’s also a professor in the UO’s department
of History and specializes in the history of the American West, environment and immigration with a particular focus on decolonizing research collaborations with the Northern Paiute communities at the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs and Burns Paiute Tribe, as well as the Biskaian Basque communities in the Northern Great Basin.