May 2017: Promotion And Tenure

May 22, 2017

The Board of Regents, at their meeting on May 18, approved promotions and/or tenure for the following 11 CASL faculty members.

Congratulations to 11 CASL faculty members!

The Board of Regents, at their meeting on May 18, approved promotions and/or tenure for the following 11 CASL faculty members. Click on each name to read a summary of the promotion recommendation.

Robert W. Anderson, assistant professor, Economics, Department of Social Sciences, promoted to associate professor of economics, with tenure. 

Pamela J. Aronson, associate professor, Sociology, with tenure, Department of Behavioral Sciences, promoted to professor of sociology, with tenure. 

Francine Banner, associate professor, Sociology, without tenure, Department of Behavioral Sciences, is granted tenure to be held with her title of associate professor of sociology. 

Jorge González del Pozo, associate professor, Spanish, with tenure, Department of Language, Culture, and Communication, promoted to professor of Spanish, with tenure. 

Jacob A. Napieralski, associate professor, Geology, with tenure, Department of Natural Sciences, promoted to professor of geology, with tenure. 

Peter M. Oelkers, assistant professor, Biological Sciences, without tenure, Department of Natural Sciences, promoted to associate professor of biological sciences, with tenure. 

Pamela E. Pennock, associate professor, History, with tenure, Department of Social Sciences, promoted to professor of history, with tenure. 

Joan C. Remski, associate professor, Mathematics, with tenure, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, promoted to professor of mathematics, with tenure. 

Gabriella M. Scarlatta, associate professor, French, with tenure, Department of Language, Culture, and Communication, promoted to professor of French, with tenure. 

Marie P. Waung, associate professor, Psychology, with tenure, Department of Behavioral Sciences, promoted to professor of psychology, with tenure. 

Yunus E. Zeytuncu, assistant professor, Mathematics, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, promoted to associate professor of mathematics, with tenure. 

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