Duke Faculty Union President: Chris Shreve

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DFU President Chris Shreve has been at Duke for 20 years, first as an undergraduate, then as a master’s student, and now as a faculty member. Elected with the support of our members, he also serves as the volunteer leader of our faculty union. Chris has taught labs for multiple courses in the Biology Department over the years, primarily in the Molecular Biology gateway course since 2010. Chris has been involved in organizing our union, bargaining our first contract, and ensuring faithful implementation of our contract. In addition to his role as President, he serves on the Labor-Management Committee, which meets once a semester to address issues of major importance to our entire union. If you have questions about our union or would like to share your thoughts directly, email him at christopher.shreve@gmail.com.

Leadership Directory

Officers

President – Chris Shreve, Biology

Vice President – MJ Sharp, Center for Documentary Studies

Secretary – Jim Haverkamp, Arts of the Moving Image

Treasurer – Zoe Isabella, Biology

Sergeant-at-Arms – Leslie Maxwell, Thompson Writing Program


At-large Board Members

Rene Caputo, Thompson Writing Program

Nora Hanagan, Political Science

Nancy Kalow, Center for Documentary Studies

Steve Kaufmann, Health, Wellness and Physical Education (HWPE)

David Need, Religious Studies

Cathy Shuman, English


Cluster Representatives

Asian and Middle Eastern Studies:
Nancy Kalow, Center for Documentary Studies

Art, Art History, and Visual Studies; Arts of the Moving Image; Theater Studies:
Jim Haverkamp, Arts of the Moving Image

Biology; Chemistry; Computer Science:
Chris Shreve, Biology

Center for Documentary Studies; Program in Education:
MJ Sharp, Center for Documentary Studies

Classical Studies; Cultural Anthropology; Economics; English; History; International Comparative Studies; Markets and Management; Political Science; Religious Studies; Service Learning; Sociology:
David Need, Religious Studies

Germanic Languages and Literature; Linguistics; Romance Studies:
Eileen Anderson, Romance Studies

Dance; Health, Wellness and Physical Education (HWPE):
Steve Kaufmann, HWPE

Music:
Sandra Cotton, Music

Thompson Writing Program:
Mike Dimpfl, Thompson Writing Program
Nathan Kalman-Lamb, Thompson Writing Program