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Sandra M. Banks
Lecturer, Chemistry
NSB 118, 510.430.3133, smbanks@mills.edu
Professional Interests: Chemical education, organic chemistry-spectroscopy and organic chemistry reaction mechanisms

Lauren Comfort
Lecturer, Chemistry
NSB 118, 510.430.3313, lcomfort@mills.edu
Professional Interests: Atmospheric chemistry, science education, science and patent law

Ajuan Mance
Professor of English
May Treat Morrison Professorship
Mills Hall Room 311, 510.430.3378, amance@mills.edu
Professional Interests: African American literature, 19th-century American literature, U.S. popular culture, the oral tradition in U.S. literature, Black feminist thought, African American art

Kara Wittman
Visiting Assistant Professor of English
Director of Rhetoric and Composition
Mills Hall Room 336, 510.430.3136, kwittman@mills.edu
Professional Interests: Nineteenth century British literature, British romanticism, the novel, 19th-century science and culture, the history of science, composition and pedagogy

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P: 510.430.3165
F: 510.430.3235
E: saw@mills.edu

Last Updated: 12/20/17