The following individuals have recently been awarded tenure by their colleges:
--James R. Rougvie, geology--Pablo Toral, political science
Amid outcry from faculty, the board of the state's community college system votes today on whether or not to eliminate the tenure track for all new hires.
Frostburg State University
--Alemseged Abbay, history--Frank Ammer, biology--Peggy Biser, chemistry--Evan Offstein, management--Jodi Welsch, educational professions
Trinity University (Texas)
--Mark Oemke, biology--Laura von Wallmenich, English
--Eric S. Egge, mathematics,--Baird Jarman, art history--Daniela Kohen, chemistry--Lori K. Pearson, religion--Parna Sengupta, history--David E. Wiles, theater--Serena Zabin, history
Concordia University Chicago
--Mary Goetting, mathematics--Debra Herman, art--BettyAnn Mocek, art--David Settje, history--Jonathan Stahlke, music
Maryland faculty kill plan that could have led to pay cuts for a small number of professors, after three years of negative evaluations. Students liked the idea.
--Bradley Miller, computer science--Lea Pickard, anthropology--Matthew Simpson, philosophy--David Thompson, modern languages and literatures--Loren Toussaint, psychology
AAUP and Canadian counterpart warn about use of non-tenure-track faculty and use of corporate model at branch campuses being set up worldwide.
AAUP finds violations of academic freedom in dismissal of tenured professor who questioned leadership at Stillman College.
College of Saint Rose --Ronald Dugan, educational psychology--Megan Fulwiler, English--Claudia Lingertat-Putnam, counseling--Kim Middleton, English
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