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February 2018 BOV personnel resolutions

The William & Mary Board of Visitors approved several personnel resolutions at its February 2018 meeting regarding faculty promotions, designated professorships, leaves of absence, tenure, retirements and the appointment of instructional faculty. - Ed. 

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

Assistant Professor to Associate Professor

 ALEXANDER B. ANGELOV, Department of Religious Studies

 ARIEL BENYISHAY, Department of Economics

 JASON A. CHEN, School of Education

 KRISTIN CONRADI SMITH, School of Education

 HARMONY J. DALGLEISH, Department of Biology

 NATOYA HILL HASKINS, School of Education

 MATTHEW R. HILIMIRE, Department of Psychology

 MARCUS C. HOLMES, Department of Government

 AYFER KARAKAYA-STUMP, Department of History

 MATTHEW L. KIRWAN, School of Marine Science

 MICHELLE A. LELIEVRE, Department of Anthropology

 ANYA L. LUNDEN, Department of English

 WILLIAM R. MCNAMARA, Department of Chemistry

 EUGENIY E. MIKHAILOV, Department of Physics

 FABRICIO PEREIRA PRADO, Department of History

 JOANNA SCHUG, Department of Psychology

 JAIME E. SETTLE, Department of Government

 CRISTINA STANCIOIU, Department of Art & Art History

 ANKE R. VAN ZUYLEN, Department of Mathematics

 ANDREW R. WARGO, School of Marine Science

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

JOHN T. LOMBARDINI, III, Weingartner Term Associate Professor of Government

 PETER N. MCHENRY, Tang Associate Professor of Economics

 JOHN M. PARMAN, Paul R. Verkuil Distinguished Associate Professor of Economics

 HERMINE D. PINSON, Margaret Hamilton Professor of English and Africana Studies

 DENYS POSHYVANYK, Class of 1953 Term Associate Professor of Computer Science

 DIANE C. SHAKES, McLeod Tyler Term Professor of Biology

 JEFFREY D. SHIELDS, Moses D. Nunnally Term Professor of Marine Science

 MOLLY SWETNAM-BURLAND, Adina Allen Term Associate Professor of Classical Studies

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The following faculty member has requested a leave of absence during the 2018-2019 academic year:

RANI D. MULLEN, Associate Professor of Government to accept a visiting research fellow appointment at the Institute of South Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore.

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The following members of the instructional faculty have been recommended for the award of academic tenure:

ALEXANDER B. ANGELOV, Department of Religious Studies

 ARIEL BENYISHAY, Department of Economics

 JASON A. CHEN, School of Education

 KRISTIN CONRADI SMITH, School of Education

 HARMONY J. DALGLEISH, Department of Biology

 NATOYA HILL HASKINS, School of Education

 MATTHEW R. HILIMIRE, Department of Psychology

 MARCUS C. HOLMES, Department of Government

AYFER KARAKAYA-STUMP, Department of History

MATTHEW L. KIRWAN, School of Marine Science

 MICHELLE A. LELIEVRE, Department of Anthropology

 ANYA L. LUNDEN, Department of English

 WILLIAM R. MCNAMARA, Department of Chemistry

 EUGENIY E. MIKHAILOV, Department of Physics

 FABRICIO PEREIRA PRADO, Department of History

 JOANNA SCHUG, Department of Psychology

 JAIME E. SETTLE, Department of Government

 CRISTINA STANCIOIU, Department of Art & Art History

 ANKE R. VAN ZUYLEN, Department of Mathematics

 ANDREW R. WARGO, School of Marine Science

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The following people have announced their plans for retirement:

JONATHAN F. ARRIES, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures

JOANNE M. BRAXTON, Department of English

MARYSE FAUVEL, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures

JULIE GALAMBUSH, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures

JOHN PHILIP KEARNS, Department of Computer Science

MICHAEL C. NEWMAN, School of Marine Science

KATHERINE K. PRESTON, Department of Music

RONALD B. RAPOPORT, Department of Government

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

ERIC B. ARIAS, Assistant Professor of Government

GLADYS H. KRAUSE, Assistant Professor in ESL/Bilingual Education

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