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Convocation

Convocation will take place on Tuesday, August 26, 2014, 4:00 p.m. in Leffler Chapel. Convocation is the annual official opening ceremony for students for the academic year recognizing first-year students, faculty who are serving their first year as tenured faculty and/or promoted and emergent scholars. 

Faculty Recognized for the 2014-15 academic year:   

   

Dr. Justin Badgerow, Tenured and Promoted to Associate Professor of Music in the Fine and Performing Arts Department

 


 

Dr. David Bowne, Promoted to Associate Professor of Biology in the Biology Department

 


 

Dr. Gary Hoffman, Promoted to Professor of Chemistry in the Chemistry Department

 


 

Dr. David Kenley, Promoted to Professor of History in the History Department

 


 

Dr. Susi Mapp, Promoted to Professor of Social Work in the Social Work Department

 


 

Dr. Emma Neuhauser, Tenured and Promoted to Associate Professor of Finance in the Business Department

 


 

Dr. Jean Pretz, Tenured as Associate Professor of Psychology in the Psychology Department

 


 

Dr. Stephen Soltys, Tenured and Promoted to Associate Professor of Mathematics in the Mathematical and Computer Sciences Department

 


 

Dr. Robert Wheelersburg, Promoted to Professor of Anthropology in the Sociology/Anthropology Department

 


 

Dr. Richard Wolf-Spencer, Tenured and Promoted to Associate Professor of Theatre in the Fine and Performing Arts Department

 


 

 

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