|BGSU gives tenure, promotions|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 11 May 2013 06:52|
Bowling Green State University celebrated the scholarly and artistic achievements of its faculty with promotions and the granting of tenure. The board of trustees at its May 3 meeting approved the following:
Promotion to full professor:
Savilla Banister, School of Teaching and Learning; Michael Buerger, criminal justice; Paul Cesarini, visual communication and technology education; Yiwei Chen, psychology; John Fischer, School of Teaching and Learning; James Foust, journalism and public relations; Mikel Kuehn, musicology/composition/theory; Elainie Lillios, musicology/composition/theory; Lesa Lockford, theatre and film; William Mathis, music performance studies; Victor Odafe, mathematics/natural and social sciences, BGSU Firelands; William O'Brien, psychology; Nancy Orel, gerontology; Patrick Pauken, educational foundations, leadership and policy; Nathan Richardson, romance and classical studies; Hans Schmalzried, public and allied health; Tong Sun, mathematics and statistics; Kenneth Snead, accounting and management of information systems; and Philip Xie, human movement, sport and leisure studies.
Tenure and promotion to associate professor:
Joshua Atkinson, communication; David Bixler, music performance studies; Pascal Bizarro, accounting and management of information systems; Amilcar Challu, history; Jorge Chavez, sociology; Christian Coons, philosophy; Lisa Dimling-Handyside, intervention services; Ellen Gorsevski, communication; Peter Gorsevski, School of Earth, Environment and Society; Kyle Ingle, educational foundations, leadership and policy; Todd Keylock, human movement, sport and leisure studies; Lan Lee, School of Teaching and Learning; Deborah O'Neil, management; Bruce Collet, educational foundations, leadership and policy; Vipaporn Phuntumart, biological sciences; Clayton Rosati, telecommunications; Thomas Rosenkranz, music performance studies; Jolie Sheffer, English; Adam Watkins, criminal justice; Wendy Watson, social work; Maisha Wester, American culture studies/English; and Mikhail Zamkov, physics and astronomy.
Promotion to senior lecturer:
Kim Christensen, intervention services; Dawn Murrell, family and consumer sciences; and Scott Piroth, political science.
Promotion to lecturer:
Peter Blass, chemistry; Matthew Donahue, popular culture; Julie Hagenbuch, journalism and public relations; Mariana Mitova, family and consumer sciences; Elizabeth Sheets, School of Art, and Kimberly Traver, communication sciences and disorders.
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