INSIDE BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY
2008-09 new faculty members
visiting assistant professor,
Art History Department
Kevin Hatch, a visiting assistant professor in the Art History Department, received his doctorate in the history of art from Princeton University.
Hatch received his master’s from the University of Delaware and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Toldeo.
His interests are history of art in the 19th and 20th centuries; history of American art and avant-garde in film and video.
At Binghamton, Hatch will teach Contemporary Issues in Art; Modern Art Seminar; Methods and Theories; and Special Topics in Modern Art.
Hatch enjoys running, basketball and reading.
Judy Kitchin, clinical instructor,
Decker School of Nursing
Judy Kitchin, a clinical instructor in the Decker School of Nursing, was Lourdes Hospital’s “Honored Nurse of the Year” in 2005.
Kitchin worked for Lourdes from 1995-2006 before coming to Binghamton in 2006.
She received her master of science in nursing from Regis University in Colorado and a bachelor’s in nursing from Syracuse University. She has been a nurse since 1975.
Kitchin enjoys walking, gardening and making wine with her husband.
Yu David Liu,
Computer Science Department
Yu David Liu, an assistant professor in the Computer Science Department, grew up in Sanmenxia, China, and moved to the United States in 2000.
Liu, who received his master’s and doctorate from Johns Hopkins University, specializes in programming language design and implementation, especially language and compiler support for emerging computer platforms such as multi-core CPUs and sensor networks.
He will teach Programming Languages and Programming Models for Emerging Platforms at Binghamton.
Liu enjoys traveling: His favorites places are Arequipa, Peru; and Belo sur Mer, Madagascar.