BOV resolutions regarding new appointments, promotions and leave

The William & Mary Board of Visitors recently approved resolutions at their December 2011 meeting regarding faculty promotions, tenure, leaves of absence, term distinguished professorships, designated professorships, and the appointment of professional faculty members.

 

The following member of the faculty was approved for promotion from associate professor to professor:

RANI D. MULLEN, Department of Government

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

RANI D. MULLEN, Department of Government

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The following faculty member has requested a leave of absence during the 2011-2012 academic year for the reason given.

CHI-KWONG LI, Walter F.C. Ferguson Professor of Mathematics, to conduct research at the Institute of Mathematical Research at the University of Hong Kong.

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The following member of the Instructional Faculty of the College of William and Mary has been recommended for a term distinguished professorship.

JAMES R. BRADLEY, Hays T. Watkins Term Distinguished Professor of Business

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The following member of the Instructional Faculty of the College of William and Mary has been recommended for a designated professorship.

FRANKLIN E. ROBESON, William J. Fields Professor of Business

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

KELLY J. FINZER, Program Assistant, Washington Office, effective October 6, 2011
B.A., The Ohio State University, 2011
The Ohio State University
Student Advisor, Ohio Student Educational Policy Institute, 2010-2011
Student Administrative Assistant, President’s Office, 2008-2011

GREGORY W. JOHNSON, Director of Procurement Services, effective October 31, 2011
B.A., Washington and Lee University, 1976
MBA, Indiana University, 1978
Liberty University
Director of Purchasing, 2007-2011
Quality Foods Co-Operative
Director of Purchasing and Marketing, 2005-2007
Category Manager, 2003-2005
Wild Bird Center and Sharp Edges Edging
Co-owner, 1994-2003

JOHN T. SPIKE, Assistant Director and Chief Curator, Muscarelle  Museum of Art, effective January 1, 2012
B.A., Wesleyan University, 1973
A.M. (1974); Ph.D. (1979), Harvard University
European University of Rome and the Pontifical Athenaeum,‘Regina Apostolorum’ at the Vatican, Italy
Professor, 2007-2011

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