Colleges award tenure to professors

Newly Tenured ... at Bloomsburg, Puget Sound, Wagner, Wheaton (Illinois)
June 13, 2012

The following individuals have recently been awarded tenure by their colleges and universities:

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

  • Kevin Ball, psychology
  • Nogin Chung, art and art history
  • Nicole Defenbaugh, communication studies
  • Alan Goodboy, communication studies
  • Christian Grandzol, management
  • David Heineman, communication studies
  • Karl Henry, biological and allied health sciences
  • Angela Hess, biological and allied health sciences
  • David Huber, academic support and advisement
  • Angela LaValley, communication studies
  • Brett McLaurin, geography and geosciences
  • Lori Metzger, nursing
  • Barry Nolt, biological and allied health sciences
  • Margaret O’Connor, business education and information and technology management
  • Sue O’Donnell, art and art history
  • Philip Osburn, chemistry
  • Yanhui Pang, exceptionality programs
  • Chris Podeschi, sociology, social work and criminal justice
  • Melissa Snyder, nursing
  • Michael Stephans, mathematics, computer science and statistics
  • Eric Stouffer, psychology
  • Deborah Stryker, exceptionality programs
  • Mark Usry, business law
  • David Walker, early childhood and adolescent education
University of Puget Sound
  • Kristin Johnson, science, technology and society
  • Kriszta Kotsis, art
  • Tiffany Aldrich MacBain, English
  • Garrett Milam, economics
  • Leslie Saucedo, biology
  • Ariela Tubert, philosophy
  • Barbara Warren, exercise science

Wagner College

  • Karen DeMoss, education
  • Donald Crooks, business
  • Horst Onken, biology
Wheaton College, in Illinois
  • Jeffrey Barbeau, theology
  • Darren Craig, physics
  • Kelly Flanagan, psychology
  • Brett Foster, English
  • Christine Gardner, communication
  • David Hooker, art
  • Beth Felker Jones, theology
  • Emily Langan, communication
  • Stephen Lovett, mathematics
  • Richard Richardson, evangelism
  • Noah Toly, urban studies and politics and international relations
  • Timothy Yontz, music education





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