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1 FACULTY PROMOTION/TENURE Effective September 1, 2017* DIVISION OF ARTS & HUMANITIES Barrón-López, Alicia, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Languages and Literatures Mayer, Steven, Associate Professor, Lamont School of Music Nwosu, Maik, Associate Professor, Department of English Penner, Anne, Assistant Professor, Department of Theatre Sailer, Catherine, Associate Professor, Lamont School of Music Sciarcon, Jonathan, Assistant Professor, Department of History/Center for Judaic Studies DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Albright, Karen, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Criminology Coleman, Chris, Associate Professor, Department of Media, Film and Journalism Studies/Emergent Digital Practices Feitz, Lindsey, Teaching Assistant Professor, Gender and Women s Studies Program Hanan, Joshua, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Studies Holm-Denoma, Jill, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychology Kim, Pilyoung, Assistant Professor 1

2 Miller, Pamela, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology Mott, Tracy, Associate Professor, Department of Economics Piovani, Chiara, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics Reichmann-Decker, Aimee, Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Psychology Schneider, Markus, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics Stanton, Andrea, Assistant Professor, Department of Religious Studies DANIELS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Casey, Ryan, Assistant Professor, School of Accountancy Myers, Michael, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing Olsen, Tricia, Assistant Professor, Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies Phillips, Amy, Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Business Information and Analytics Young, Cheri, Associate Professor, Knoebel School of Hospitality Management Awarded Tenure ENGLISH LANGUAGE CENTER Swartley, Ethel, Teaching Assistant Professor GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY Cornish, Jennifer, Associate Professor Gorgens, Kim, Clinical Associate Professor 2

3 Martin, Hale, Clinical Associate Professor Shapiro, Jamie, Assistant Professor GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK Johnson, Kathryn, Clinical Assistant Professor Promoted to Clinical Associate Professor Nicotera, Nicole, Associate Professor Sienkiewicz, Michele, Associate Professor of the Practice of Social Work of the Practice of Social Work JOSEF KORBEL SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES Griffith, Lewis, Teaching Assistant Professor Holland, Lynn, Teaching Associate Professor Viotti, Paul, Associate Professor MORGRIDGE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Matusiak, Krystyna, Assistant Professor, Department of Research and Information Science Riley, Karen, Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning Services DIVISION OF NATURAL SCIENCES & MATHEMATICS Hamann, Hillary, Teaching Associate Professor, Deparmtent of Geography and the Environment Hazen, Helen, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and the Environment Horn, Paul, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics 3

4 Huffman, Alex, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Iona, Steven, Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy Lorenzon, Nancy, Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences Majestic, Brian, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Morris, Julie, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences Sasaki, Nancy, Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences Trigoso, Erika, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and the Environment Zink, Barry, Associate Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy RITCHIE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE Gao, David, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Roney, Jason, Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Sherba, Susanne, Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science Zhang, Jun, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering STURM COLLEGE OF LAW (*effective August 1, 2017) García Hernández, César, Assistant Professor Leong, Nancy, Associate Professor 4

5 UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES Bowers, Jennifer, Associate Professor WRITING PROGRAM Taczak, Kara, Teaching Assistant Professor 5

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