42 Faculty Awarded Tenure

July 2, 2014

The Board of Trustees on June 18 approved tenure for 42 faculty members from the Amherst campus:

Amel Ahmed, political science, R. Craig Albertson, biology, Luiz Amaral, languages, literatures and cultures, Albert Assaf, hospitality and tourism management, Sonya Atalay, anthropology, Hari J. Balasubramanian, mechanical and industrial engineering, Raji Balasubramanian, public health, Whitney Battle-Baptiste, anthropology, Maria Jose Botelho, teacher education and curriculum studies, Benjamin P. Brau, physics, Elena Suet-Ying Chiu, languages, literatures and cultures, Yu-kyong Choe, communication disorders, David A. Cort, sociology, Paul Dauenhauer, chemical engineering, Edward P. Debold, kinesiology, John Francisco, teacher education and curriculum studies, Ernesto Garcia, philosophy, Samuel P. Hazen, biology, Denise Ives, teacher education and curriculum studies, Karen Kalmakis, nursing, Michael Krezmien, student development, and Lisa Lehmberg, music and dance.

Also, Sandra Madden, teacher education and curriculum studies, Elizabeth H. McEneaney, teacher education and curriculum studies, Andrew McGregor, computer science, Rachel Mordecai, English, Claudio Moreira, communication, Melissa Mueller, classics, George Mwangi wa Githinji, economics, Asha Nadkarni, English, Jon B. Olsen, history, Wenona Rymond-Richmond, sociology, David K. Schneider, languages, literatures and cultures, Svati Shah, women, gender, sexuality studies, Frank Sleegers, landscape architecture and regional planning, Senay Solak, operations and information management, Adrian Staub, psychology, Charu N. Turner, teacher education and curriculum studies, Laura Alicia Valdiviezo, teacher education and curriculum studies, Zhijun Wang, languages, literatures and cultures, Ryan Wells, educational policy, research and administration, and Brian Whitcomb, public health.