Tenure, Promotion and Sabbatical Announcements

Tenure, Promotion and Sabbatical Announcements

Carver Hall This year’s list of tenure, promotion and sabbatical approvals have been announced with
16 faculty receiving tenure, 21 faculty earning promotions and 13 faculty approved for sabbatical leave. Tenure and promotions are effective fall 2010, while sabbaticals are effective for 2011-12.

Tenure

  • Frank D’Angelo, early childhood and elementary education
  • Christina Francis, English
  • Jason Godeke, art and art history
  • Jorge Gonzalez, audiology and speech pathology
  • John Hintz, envionmental, geographical and geological sciences
  • Doreen Jowi, communication studies
  • Jeffrey Leitzel, psychology
  • Joneen Lowman, audiology and speech pathology
  • John Morgan, chemistry and biochemistry
  • Megumi Omori, sociology, social work and criminal justice
  • Conrad Quintyn, anthropology
  • Stephanie Schlitz, English
  • Thomas Starmack, educational studies and secondary education
  • Mark Tapsak, chemistry and biochemistry
  • Michael Tidwell, business (incoming dean of College of Business)
  • Barbara Wilson, exceptionality programs

Promotion

To full professor:

  • Jeffrey Davis, history
  • Timothy McConnell, exercise science and athletics
  • John Okpara, management

To associate professor:

  • Sheng Ding, political science
  • Ronnie Evans, sociology, social work and criminal justice
  • Ralph Feather, educational studies and secondary education
  • Andrea Fradkin, exercise science and athletics
  • Jason Godeke, art and art history
  • John Hintz, envionmental, geographical and geological sciences
  • Gifford Howarth, music, theatre and dance
  • Francesca Kendris, educational studies and secondary education
  • Megumi Omori, sociology, social work and criminal justice
  • Joan Miller, nursing
  • Michael Ruffini, educational studies and secondary education
  • Stephanie Schlitz, English
  • Mark Tapsak, chemistry and biochemistry
  • Barbara Wert, exceptionality programs
  • Barbara Wilson, exceptionality programs

To assistant professor:

  • Roxanna Larsen, academic support and advisement faculty
  • Lori Metzger, nursing
  • Melissa Snyder, nursing

Sabbatical Leave

  • Karen Anselm, music, theatre and dance
  • Eileen Astor-Stetson, psychology
  • Ferda Asya, English
  • Sukhwinder Bagi, economics
  • Mehdi Haririan, economics
  • William Hudon, history
  • Sandra Kehoe-Forutan, envionmental, geographical and geological sciences
  • Jeff Long, history
  • Bruce Rockwood, finance and legal studies
  • Christine Sperling, art and art history
  • Andrew Blair Staley, accounting
  • Vera Viditz-Ward, art and art history
  • Diana Zoelle, political science