Professor Revis Williams
He received his BA, MA, and PhD in Modern History at Victorian. Due to his intellectual and personal flexibility he was also offered a teaching position at Victorian. An avid smoker, he participates in on-campus research as a functioning inhaler. His field of research is the Cold War, and his most recent book in the field is Let the Argument Go Where It Wants To Go.
Professor Deborah Hansen
Professor in the Department of Drama and English and an accomplished Shakespearean actor and director. After years having a successful career on Broadway and in regional theater around the country, she selflessly made a commitment to teach at Victorian. Her goal is to continue to inspire the public in their search of truth and beauty.
Professor Richard Valentine
World famous scholar of ancient history. Coming to Victorian from a rival University under unusual circumstances, he prefers to defer to the confidentiality agreement associated with the policies that made him leave, for everybody’s sake. He is one of the leading experts in the field of conspiracy involving the death of Caligula.
Professor Valery Villanueva (Junior)
Cultural and Gender Studies. An orphan of the Cuban revolution, she was able to overcome her humble origins because of her determination and her radical attitude toward race and gender discrimination. Regarded as one of the most radical professors nationwide, she was twice awarded grants from the Susan Anthony/Margaret Sanger Merit Scholarship.
Professor Robert Taylor
Head of the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics. For years, Dr. Taylor has contributed to Victorian’s Excellency, Diversity, and Financial Success. He joined the illustrious professoriate of Victorian University after he published his bestselling study Spatial Relationships between Venus and Uranus. Currently on sabbatical, you can still see him wandering on campus.
V.P. (Visiting Professor) Bambi Bazongas
After years of having a successful career in the porn industry, she was invited to join Victorian’s Faculty by the more radical professors and administrators. Her goal is to bring evidence that changes the world’s understanding of the subject of pornography.