The following individuals have recently been awarded tenure by their colleges and universities:
--Amanda Baugous, business administration--Jason Koontz, biology --Wendy Hilton-Morrow, communication studies--Jane Simonsen, history
--John C. Coombs, history--Pamela P. Fox, fine arts--Jonathan W. Keohane, physics and astronomy--Hugh O. Thurman III, physics and astronomy
University of Puget Sound
--Ana Boe, English--Jacqueline Morris, biology/geology--Timothy Mussard, music
Roger Williams University
--Courtney Cahill, law--Jared Goldstein, law
University of Maine at Augusta
--Kay Retzlaff, English--Leslie Ann Costello, mental health and human services
Research points to varying impacts of faculty careers on having children and of having children on faculty salaries. Males come out more favorably, but not always in expected ways.
California State University at Fresno
Frostburg State University
--Robert C. Forsythe, mathematics--Mark Gallagher, music--Steven L. Hartsock, social work--Sean Henry, librarian--Gerard R. LaFemina, English
University of Missouri at Kansas City
California State University at San Bernardino
Eastern Connecticut State University
--Alita Cousins, psychology--Melanie Evans, psychology--Jennifer Leszczynski, psychology
Western Kentucky University
Brown U. faculty refuse to endorse changes that would make tenure harder to earn, and that some fear would alter the teaching/research balance.
Arbitrator finds Florida State violated contract provisions in eliminating positions -- and university rescinds layoffs.
Study documents extent to which professors regularly alter their courses -- and their uncertainty over whether pedagogic innovation is valued.
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