Faculty F

  • Renate Falkner

    Adjunct Applied Faculty (Viola), Dewberry School of Music, CVPA

    Praised for her versatility and creativity, American violist Renate Falkner leads an active career as an educator, recitalist, and orchestral and chamber musician, performing across the U.S. and abroad.
  • Robert Farr

    Adjunct Faculty, Film and Video Studies, CVPA

    Rob Farr is the executive producer for Arlington TV, Arlington County's government cable channel and website.
  • Emily Foster

    Adjunct Applied Faculty (Oboe), Dewberry School of Music, CVPA

    Originally from Newark, Delaware, Emily Foster joined The United States Air Force Band in Washington, DC in 2013 and was appointed as Adjunct Oboe Faculty at George Mason University in 2019.
  • CVPA Schedule and Event Coordinator, CVPA

  • Gerald Fowkes

    Adjunct Faculty (Cello), Dewberry School of Music, CVPA

    Gerald Fowkes is a 2001 graduate of Louisiana State University where he graduated summa cum laude in Cello Performance. His former teachers and mentors include Dennis Parker, Loran Stephenson, Wesley Baldwin and Pamela Frame.
  • Edward Fraedrich

    Adjunct Faculty (Saxophone), Dewberry School of Music, CVPA

    Ed Fraedrich, saxophone, joined the faculty of GMU in the fall of 2011 after having established a successful private studio in the area. He has performed solos with many ensembles, including the National Symphony Orchestra and the Fairfax Wind Symphony.
  • Kirstin Franko

    Associate Director of Communications and Content, CFA, Hylton, CVPA

    Kirstin Franko brings nearly two decades of communication strategy within the arts to the College of Visual and Performing Arts.
  • Chawky Frenn

    Associate Professor, School of Art, CVPA

    Born in Zahlé, Lebanon, Chawky Frenn lived his formative years in a country that nurtured him not only with paradoxes, conflicts, and delusions, but also with mysticism, spirituality and beauty. He emigratied to the United States in 1981. His preoccupations with mysteries on God and humankind, good and evil, fate and freedom have evolved into humanist concerns on social justice, human rights, political discourse, religious dialects, identity and gender issues.
  • Cynthia Fuchs

    Interim Director, Film and Video Studies, CVPA 
    Director, Visiting Filmmakers Series

    Cynthia Fuchs (PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 1989) is the interim Director of Film at Mason (CVPA) and Associate Professor of English (CHSS), as well as a faculty member in African and African American Studies (AAAS) and Sport and American Culture; she is an Executive Committee member for Women and Gender Studies (WGST).
  • Adjunct Faculty, CVPA