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Results of Spring 2015 Faculty Elections

Thank you to everyone who participated!


Congratulations to newly elected members:


College Academic Council (CAC) – elected to 3-year term

  • Nancy Brady (Speech-Language-Hearing)
  • Audrey Lamb (Molecular Biosciences)
  • Patrick Suzeau (Dance)

College Committee on Appointments, Promotion & Tenure (CCAPT) – elected to 3-year term

  • Shawn Alexander (African & African-American Studies)
  • Tanya Hartman (Visual Art)
  • Yaozhong Hu (Mathematics)
  • Tim Jackson (Chemistry)
  • Joe Sicilian (ECON)

Committee on Evaluation of Chairs & Directors (CECD) – elected to 2-year term

  • Iris Fischer (English)
  • John Hachmeister (Visual Art)
  • Holly Storkel (Speech-Language-Hearing)
  • Lisa Timmons (Molecular Biosciences)

Committee on Graduate Studies (CGS) – elected to 3-year term

  • Jane Barnette (Theatre)
  • Dave Mechem (Geography)

Committee on Sabbatical Leaves (CSL) – elected to 3-year term

  • Rob Schwaller (History)
  • Deborah Smith (Ecology & Evolutionary Biology)

Committee on Undergraduate Studies & Advising (CUSA) – elected to 3-year term

  • Barbara Anthony-Twarog (Physics & Astronomy)
  • Lena Hileman (Ecology & Evolutionary Biology)
  • Xingong Li (Geography)
  • Andrea Quenette (Communication Studies)

University Core Curriculum Committee (UCCC) – elected to 3-year term

  • Chris Fischer (Physics & Astronomy)
  • Anton Rosenthal (History)


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