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BOV resolutions regarding new appointments, tenure and leaves of absence

The William & Mary Board of Visitors recently approved resolutions at their September 2009 meetings regarding the appointment of instructional faculty members, the appointment of professionals and professional faculty members, the confirmation of academic tenure, designated professorships and faculty leaves of absence.

The following appointments were approved to fill vacancies in the instructional faculty:

MATTHEW J. ALLAR, Assistant Professor of Theatre, Speech and Dance
B.A., Muhlenberg College, 2000
M.F.A., New York University, 2005
Nazareth College
Assistant Professor, 2008-2009
Eastern University
Guest Lecturer and Visiting Artist, 2008
Elizabethtown College
Visiting Assistant Professor, 2006-2007

GÖTZ HOEPPE, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, effective 2010 Spring Semester
B.S., Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany, 1991
M.S., University of New Mexico, 1993
Ph.D., Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, 2002
Universität Konstanz
Research Fellow and Lecturer, 2007-2009
Scientific American Magazine
Editor and Staff Writer, 2006-2007
Sterne und Weltraum Magazine
Editor and Staff Writer, 2003-2005

JUSTIN JESTY
, Instructor of Modern Languages and Literatures, effective 2010 Fall Semester
B.A., Oberlin College, 1996
Ph.D. (Candidate), University of Chicago

BRENT Z. KAUP, Instructor of Sociology
B.A., University of Oregon, 2000
M.S. (2005); Ph.D. (Candidate), University of Wisconsin-Madison

AMY A. QUARK, Instructor of Sociology
B.A., Luther College, University of Regina, 2003
M.S. (2005); Ph.D. (Candidate), University of Wisconsin-Madison

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The following appointments were approved to fill vacancies among the professionals and professional faculty:

VIRGINIA MILLER AMBLER, Vice President for Student Affairs,  effective 1 July 2009
B.A. (1988); Ph.D. (2006), College of William and Mary
M.A., The Ohio State University, 1990
College of William and Mary
Interim Vice President for Student Affairs, 2008-2009
Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs, 2001-2008
Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs, 1991-2000
Franklin and Marshall College
Assistant Director of Residential Life, 1990-1991

AMY ANN AMERICO, Staff Physician, Student Health Center, effective 21 July 2009
B.A., University of Virginia, 1987
M.D., Medical College of Virginia, 1992
Wilmington Health Associates
Hospitalist, 2004 - 2009            
South Florida Inpatient Medical Specialists
Hospitalist, 2001-2004
Kaiser Permanente Medical Group
Hospitalist, 1998-2001
Medical College of Virginia Hospitals
Clinical Instructor of Emergency Medicine, 1995-1998
Operational Medical Director, 1996-1998
 
CHRISTINE BRAIG, Director of Special Events, Athletics Department, effective 10 August 2009
B.S., James Madison University, 1978
Braig and Associates
President, 2001-2003
Park Crossing Racquet Club
Tennis Director, 1998-2003

ASHLEY M. COLL, Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach, Athletics Department, effective 10 August 2009
B.A., Duke University, 2006
M.A., Ohio University, 2008
College of William and Mary
Second Assistant Coach, Women's Lacrosse, 2008-2009

ANNIE CALLAWAY DAVIS, Director of Corporate and Foundation  Relations, University Development, effective 10 September 2009
B.S., College of William and Mary, 1974
National Public Radio
Vice President for Development and Executive Director,
NPR Foundation, 2007-2009
The Brookings Institution
Senior Director for Development, 2004-2007
Corporate and Foundation Relations Director, 2001-2003
Foundation Relations Director 1999-2001
Corcoran Gallery of Art
Vice President for Development, 1996-1999
Princeton University
Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, 1992-1996

ROBERT DILLMAN, College Building Official, (part-time), effective  1 July 2009
B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1964
M.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1970
College of William and Mary
College Building Official, 2006-2009
Associate Vice President for Facilities Management, 2005-2009
University of Virginia
Chief Facilities Officer, 1995-2005
Smithsonian Institution
Director of Facilities Services, 1994-1995
Director of Design and Construction, 1990-1994

AMI AVIVA DODSON, Assistant Director, Communications, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, effective 10 July 2009
B.A., Trinity College, 1997
M.A., Duke University School of Graduate Studies, 2002
J.D., Duke University School of Law, 2002
University of Arkansas
General Trade Manager, Bookstore, 2007-2009
Business Publishers, Inc.
Editorial Director, 2004-2006
Meyer, Klipper & Mohr, P.L.L.C.
Copyright Attorney, 2003-2004
Carolina Academic Press
Acquisitions Editor, 2000-2002
 
CARRIE BREWER DOLAN, Assistant Director of Reporting and
Data Services, Office of Institutional Analysis and Effectiveness, effective 13 July 2009
B.S., East Carolina University, 2000
M.P.H., Tulane University, 2005
Williamsburg Community Health Foundation
Grant Program Officer, 2008-2009
Health and Research Informatics, Virginia Department of Health
Epidemiologist, 2006-2008
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Research Consultant, 2003-2004

TERENCE A. FASSANELLA, Area Director, Office of Residence Life, effective 10 July 2009
B.A. (2002); M.S. (2003), Niagara University
M.Ed., University of Dayton, 2005
Christopher Newport University
Hall Director, Residence Life, 2007-2009
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Residence Coordinator, 2005-2007
University of Dayton
Residence Coordinator, 2003-2005

XIA FENG, Research Analyst, Office of Institutional Analysis and Effectiveness, effective 1 September 2009
B.A., Central South University of Technology, China, 1997
M.A., South China Normal University, 2000
Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008
Old Dominion University
Senior Research Analyst in Enrollment Management, 2008-2009

JODI FISLER, Assistant to Vice President for Student Affairs, Division Administration, effective 1 September 2009
B.A., Williams College, 1995
M.Ed., College of William and Mary, 2005
College of William and Mary
Graduate Assistant, 2004-2009
Director of Outreach and Special Programs, Reves Center for
International Studies, 1997-2004

MARGARET J. FONNER, Assistant to the Dean, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, effective 25 September 2009
B.B.A., Campbell University, North Carolina, 1989
College of William and Mary, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Sponsored Programs Administrator, 2000-2009
Virginia Marine Resources Commission
Business Manager, 1999-2000
National Center for State Courts
Program Specialist, 1994-1999

PATRICIA A. FREDRICK, Assistant Director for Student Activities, effective  27 July 2009
B.A., Randolph-Macon College, 2002
M.Ed., College of William and Mary, 2005
Christopher Newport University
Assistant to the Dean of Students, 2007-2009
Assistant Director of Student Activities, 2005-2007

SHARRON GILLS GATLING, Assistant Director, Equal Opportunity
B.S., Hampton University, 1991
M.A.Ed, University of Phoenix, 2008
College of William and Mary
Coordinator of Precollegiate Learner Programs, Center for Gifted
Education, 2001-2009

WANDALYN FANCHON GLOVER, Assistant to the President for Diversity and Community Initiatives, effective 1 August 2009
B.S., Presbyterian College, South Carolina, 1990
M.Ed. (1999); Ph.D. (2006), College of William and Mary
College of William and Mary
Interim Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Assistant to the
President for Multicultural Affairs, 2008-2009
Director of Multicultural Affairs/Assistant to the President, 2004-2008
Director of Multicultural Affairs/International Student Services, 1999-2004
Assistant Director of Student Services Multicultural Affairs, 1996-1999
Presbyterian College
Director of Minority Affairs and Volunteer Services, 1990-1996
         
VERNON J. HURTE, Director of Center for Student Diversity, effective 1 August 2009
B.S., Bowie State University, 2001
Ph.D., The University of Tennessee, 2004
M.Div., Virginia Union University, 2009
College of William and Mary
Interim Director of Multicultural Affairs, 2008-2009
Assistant Director of Multicultural Affairs, 2004-2008

REBECCA W. KNOWLES, Assistant Dean for Career Services, Marshall-Wythe Law School, effective 25 June 2009
B.A., University of Georgia, 1979
J.D., University of Virginia School of Law, 1982
LeClair Ryan Real Estate Group
Officer, 2007-2008
Kaufman & Canoles
Of Counsel, 2004-2007
Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Vice President/Associate General Counsel, Litigation, 2000-2004
Citigroup Inc./Citibank, N.A., New York
Vice President/Associate General Counsel, Litigation, 1988-2000

DAVID A. LAPINSKI, Associate Director of the Career Center, effective 10 August 2009
B.S., University of Florida, 1997
M.Ed., College of William and Mary, 2007
Duke University
Assistant Director, Employer Relations;Associate Director, External Relations, Career Center, 2007-2009

JENNIFER B. LATOUR, Chief Administrative Officer, School of Marine Science/Virginia Institute of Marine Science,
effective 1 August 2009
B.S., Christopher Newport University, 1995
M.B.A., Averett College, 2000
College of William and Mary
Director of Budget and Personnel/Assistant to the Dean, School of  Education, 2006-2009
Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Budget Manager, 2000-2006
Christopher Newport University
Senior Budget Analyst, 1999-2000

TERESA V. LONGO, Dean for Educational Policy, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, effective 1 January 2010
B.A. (1978); M.A. (1981), University of Montana
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1989
College of William and Mary
Associate Professor, 1995-2009
Assistant Professor, 1989-1994

JULIA R. MARTIN, Assistant Director for Graphic Design and Video Services, Athletics Department, effective 1 August 2009
B.S., College of William and Mary, 2009
College of William and Mary, Tribe Athletics
Photographer, 2006-2009
 
LYNELLE M. RAGLAND, Staff Psychologist for the Counseling Center, effective  3 August 2009
B.A., Spelman College, 1994
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2002
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Licensed Psychologist/Coordinator of Multicultural Programming, 2004-2009
College of William and Mary
Licensed Psychologist, 2002-2004

ERIN C. REWALT, Assistant Women's Basketball Coach, Athletics Department, effective 1 July 2009
B.A., Dartmouth College, 1999
M.B.A., Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, 2004
NYC 14th Street League
Basketball Player, 2005-2008
NYC Urban Professional League
Team Captain, 1999-2001

FERNANDO MARTINELLI RODRIGUEZ, Assistant Swimming Coach, Athletics Department, effective 25 August 2009
B.A., Kenyon College, 2004
ABSC
Swim Coach, 2007-2009
 
EDGAR A. SCHARDEIN, Captain/Deputy Chief, Police Department, effective 24 June 2009
City of Portsmouth Police Department
Captain, 2006-2009
Lieutenant, 1999-2006
Sergeant, 1994-1999
Police Officer, 1987-1994

ERIC P. SCRUGGS, Assistant Director of the Fund for William and Mary Phonathon, University Development, effective 25 June 2009
B.A., College of William and Mary, 2009
College of William and Mary
Phonathon Senior Supervisor, 2007-2009

DAVID B. SHEPARD, Associate Vice President for Facilities Management, effective 25 August 2009
B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1970
M.S., Stanford University, 1971
College of William and Mary
Acting Associate Vice President for Facilities Management, 2007-2009
Deputy and Director, Facilities Management, 1998-2009
Geo-Marine, Inc.
Regional Manager, 1997-1998
Atlantic Fleet Headquarters
Deputy Fleet Civil Engineer and Deputy for Facilities Management, 1995-1997
Navy Public Works Center, Japan
Commanding Officer, 1992-1995

BETTY JEAN SIBLEY, Serials Librarian, Swem Library, effective 25 June 2009
B.A., Douglass College/Rutgers University, 1977
M.S., University of Florida, 1987
M.L.I.S., Florida State University, 2003
Mississippi State University
Serials Management, Electronic Resources and Microforms Librarian, 2008-2009
Serials Librarian/Assistant Professor, 2007-2008
Gulf Coast Community College
Librarian/Head of Technical Services, 2004-2007
Serials Librarian, 2002-2004
Senior Library Assistant, 1996-2002

LEONARD L. SLEDGE, Director of Economic Development, effective 1 July 2009
B.S., Morehouse College, 1994
B.I.E., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996
M.B.A.,The University of Phoenix, 2005
College of William and Mary
Assistant Director, Office of Economic Development, 2007-2009 Virginia Community College System
Director of the Institutes of Excellence - Workforce Development Services, 2004-2007
 
JESSE MICHAEL TARR, Assistant Coach, Men's Tennis, Athletics Department, effective 31 August 2009
B.S., James Madison University, 2008
Boise State University
Volunteer Assistant Coach, 2008-2009

LINDA TESAR, Head, Technical Services, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, effective 17 August 2009
B.A., Austin Peay State University, 1985
M.A., Vanderbilt University, 1987
M.L.S, George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, 1987
Vanderbilt University, Alyne Queener Massey Law Library
Technical Services and Systems Librarian, 1988-2009
Vanderbilt University, Education Library
Reference Assistant, 1987-1988

BRIAN WHITSON, Director of University Relations, effective 1 July 2009
B.S., Virginia Commonwealth University 1995
College of William and Mary
Director of News Services, 2006-2009
Information Manager, 2003-2006
Tribune Media/Daily Press
Reporter, 2000-2003
Northwest Media/The South County Journal
Reporter, 1997-2000
Media General/The News and Advance
Staff Writer, 1995-1997

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The Board of Visitors of the College of William and Mary approved the following member of the Faculty be awarded tenure, effective 1 July 2009:

MICHAEL R. HALLERAN, Professor of Classical Studies

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The following member of the Instructional Faculty of the College of William and Mary has been approved for designated professorship:

JAYNE W. BARNARD, Herbert V. Kelly Professor of Teaching Excellence, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, for a two-year term.

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The following faculty members have received approval for leaves of absence during the 2009-2010 academic year:

DAVID BACKER, Assistant Professor of Government, to accept a visiting Fellowship at the University of Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies.

DAVID HASLER, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, for research collaboration at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich.  In addition, for research collaboration and teaching at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Munchen.

KELLY A. JOYCE, Associate Professor of Sociology, to accept a visiting position as Program Director in the Division of Social and Economic Sciences at the National Science Foundation.

AMY C. OAKES, Assistant Professor of Government, to accept a Belfer Fellowship at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

JEANINE K. STEFANUCCI, Assistant Professor of Psychology, to accept a visiting position in the Department of Psychology at the University of Utah.

ALAN WALLACH, Ralph H. Wark Professor of Art and Art History and Professor of American Studies, to accept a Visiting Terra Professorship in American Art at Freie Universitat in Berlin, Germany.

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