Newly Tenured... at Alma, Cabrini, Clarkson, Denison, U. of North Georgia, Widener

March 6, 2015

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

Alma College

  • Marcus Richter, library science

Cabrini College

  • Caroline Nielsen, biology
  • Melinda Harrison, chemistry


  • Ajit Achuthan, mechanical and aeronautical engineering
  • Stephen Bird, political science
  • Maria Gracheva, physics
  • Andreas Wilke, psychology
  • Lei Wu, electrical and computer engineering

Denison University

  • Annabel Edwards, chemistry
  • Erin Henshaw, psychology
  • Rebecca Kennedy, classics
  • Erik Klemetti, geosciences
  • Diana Mafe, English
  • Cheryl McFarren, theater
  • Heather Rhodes, biology

University of North Georgia

  • Alyssa Barnes, early childhood education
  • Renee Bricker, history
  • Elisa Carlson; theater
  • Sharon Chalmers, nursing
  • Jürgen Grandt, English
  • Kim Hudson-Gallogly, nursing
  • Evan Lampert, biology
  • Hosuk Lee, physics
  • Stacy Lin, English
  • Yen-Chun Lin, teacher education
  • Celeste Morris, theater
  • Laura Ng, English
  • Alex Olvido, biology
  • Benjamin Schoening, music
  • Wendy Walker, management
  • Amy Williams, early childhood education
  • Tony Zschau, sociology

Widener University

  • Jill Black, human service professions
  • Esther Brown, nursing
  • Geraldine Budd, nursing
  • Angela Corbo, arts and sciences
  • Annetta Fortune, business administration
  • Katherine Goodrich, arts and sciences
  • Linda Houser, human service professions
  • Xiaboa Li, education, innovation and continuing studies
  • Nadine McHenry, education, innovation and continuing studies
  • Kerstin Palombaro, human service professions
  • Sabitha Pillai-Friedman, human service professions
  • Dana Reisboard, education, innovation and continuing studies
  • Rose Schwartz, nursing
  • Merry Staulters, education, innovation and continuing studies
  • Jeannette Wyatt, human service professions



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