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College faculty receive promotions, awards of tenure

Thursday, April 17, 2014

The University of Kansas has announced faculty members receiving promotions and tenure. Several faculty members in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences were awarded promotions and tenure. They are listed below.

To professor:

  • Santa Arias, Spanish & Portuguese
  • Mikhail Barybin, Chemistry
  • Sally Cornelison, History of Art
  • Frank Farmer, English
  • Pamela Gordon, Classics
  • Andrea Greenhoot, Psychology
  • Randal Jelks, American Studies/African & African American Studies
  • Michael Krueger, Visual Art
  • Adrianne Kunkel, Communication Studies
  • Anna Neill, English
  • Mary Reiff, English
  • Holly Storkel, Speech-Language-Hearing: Science Disorders
  • Graham Wilson, Physics & Astronomy

To associate professor:

  • Nancy Brady, Speech-Language-Hearing: Sciences and Disorders
  • Hai Dao, Mathematics
  • Pascal Deboeck, Psychology
  • Jacob Dorman, History/American Studies
  • Paula Fite, Clinical Child Psychology Program/Psychology/Applied Behavioral Science
  • Stephanie Fitzgerald, English
  • Ruben Flores, American Studies
  • Sara Gregg, History
  • Peter Grund, English
  • Crystal Hall, French & Italian
  • Daniel Hirmas, Geography
  • John Karanicolas, Molecular Biosciences/Center for Bioinformatics
  • Ludwin Molina, Psychology
  • Laura Moriarty, English
  • Pamela Neidert, Applied Behavioral Science
  • Margaret Pearce, Geography
  • Renee Perelmutter, Slavic Languages & Literatures
  • Misty Schieberle, English
  • Akiko Takeyama, Anthropology/Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
  • Svetlana Vassileva-Karagyozova, Slavic Languages & Literatures
  • David Weis, Chemistry

Congratulations to all the faculty members in the College who received this honor.



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