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April 2016 BOV personnel resolutions

The William & Mary Board of Visitors approved several personnel resolutions at its April 2016 meeting regarding faculty promotions, designated professorships, distinguished professorships, leaves of absence, tenure, retirements and the appointment of instructional faculty. - Ed.

The following people have been appointed to to fill vacancies in the instructional faculty:

THOMAS FARMER, Associate Dean for Research and Professor of Education

NATOYA HILL HASKINS, Assistant Professor of Counselor Education

REX M. HOLMLIN, Clinical Lecturer of Project Management

HEARTLEY B. HUBER, Assistant Professor of Special Education

NATHANAEL M. KIDWELL, Assistant Professor of Chemistry

RYAN J. MCGILL, Assistant Professor of Education

PATRICK RYAN MULLEN, Assistant Professor of Counselor Education

OLDUDAMINI OGUNNAIKE, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

SHI QI, Assistant Professor of Economics

TOMOYUKI SASAKI, Associate Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures

PETER A. SAVELYEV, Assistant Professor of Economics

RACHEL M. STEPHENS, Clinical Lecturer of Business

ERIN WEBSTER, Assistant Professor of English

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The following members of the instructional faculty have been recommended for designated professorships:

CARL T. FRIEDRICHS, Loretta B. and Lewis L. Glucksman Professor of Marine Science

ARTISIA V. GREEN, Sharpe Associate Professor of Civic Renewal and Entrepreneurship of Theatre and Africana Studies

BRIAN S. KREYDATUS, Class of 2019 Associate Professor of Printmaking and Life Drawing

LEISA D. MEYER, William & Mary Community Studies Professor of History and American Studies  

JEANNE WILSON, Brooks George Term Associate Professor of Business

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The following members of the instructional faculty have been recommended for promotion in academic rank:

Assistant Professor to Associate Professor
THOMAS J. MCSWEENEY, William & Mary Law School

JAMES Y. STERN, William & Mary Law School

Associate Professor to Professor
BRENT B. ALLRED, Raymond A. Mason School of Business

FREDERICK C. CORNEY, Lyon Gardiner Tyler Department of History

JOSHUA ERLICH, Department of Physics

MARY C. FABRIZIO, Virginia Institute of Marine Science

CHRISTOPHER E. GAREIS, School of Education

ELIZABETH J. HARBRON, Department of Chemistry

TERESA V. LONGO, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures

RICHARD S. LOWRY, Department of English

GUL OZYEGIN, Department of Sociology and Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies

 CHARLES J. PALERMO, Department of Art and Art History

 HERMINE D. PINSON, Department of English

 REGINA A. ROOT, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures

 FRANCIS TANGLAO-AGUAS, Department of Theatre, Speech and Dance

Research Associate Professor to Research Professor
TROY W. HARTLEY, Virginia Institute of Marine Science

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The following members of the instructional faculty have been recommended for term distinguished professorships:

DEBORAH A. BRONK, Moses D. Nunnally Term Distinguished Professor of Marine Science

NICHOLAS POPPER, Gale and Steve Kohlhagen Term Distinguished Associate Professor of History

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The following faculty members have requested a leave of absence during the 2016-2017 academic year:

ALAN BRADDOCK, Ralph H. Wark Associate Professor of Art History and American Studies, to accept a Barron Visiting Professorship in Environment and Humanities at Princeton University

CHRISTOPHER D. GRASSO, Professor of History, to accept fellowships with the National Humanities Center and the American Council of Learned Societies

DAIFENG HE, Assistant Professor of Economics, to accept a position at Swarthmore College

RICHARD L. TURITS, Associate Professor of History, Africana Studies, and Latin American Studies, to accept a fellowship with the National Humanities Center

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The following member of the instructional faculty has been recommended for the award of academic tenure:

MICHELE H. JACKSON, School of Education

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The following person has announced plans for retirement:

Jerome P.-Y. Maa, School of Marine Science

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