Brian Faulk ’00

An Andover graduate, Brian returned to campus in 2006 as an instructor in chemistry. He has taught vertically throughout our curriculum and currently instructs general and organic chemistry. He recently completed his terms as department chair and science division head, focusing his efforts on the development of more equitable grading and assessment practices in chemistry and a collaborative project that resulted in the creation of a “physics-first” pathway for freshman beginning their careers in algebra. Outside of the classroom, Brian coaches our varsity golf team and also serves as a house counselor and advisor. A scratch golfer, he still competes in as many amateur and state tournaments as he can during the summer.

Brian earned a B.S. in chemistry from Stanford and an A.M. in chemistry and chemical biology from Harvard. He has published two articles in the Journal of the American Chemical Society and was recently presented with the Theodore William Richards Award for excellence in teaching secondary school chemistry by the Northeast Section of the American Chemical Society.

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