UW Trustees Approve Personnel Actions
University of Wyoming trustees approved the following personnel items during their meeting Friday, March 6.
Nancy Fox as director of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS). Fox received a B.S. in geology and an M.S. in public health from the University of Utah. She is a certified industrial hygienist and has more than 11 years of experience in environmental health and safety programs, including six years as director of the EHS office at Weber State University.
Shaun A. Hayes as assistant archivist at the American Heritage Center. Hayes received a B.S. in integrated social studies (2006) and an M.L.S. (2008) from the University of Pittsburgh. Hayes has been an assistant archivist at the University of Pittsburgh since 2008.
Teresa Lehmann as assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry. Lehmann received a B.S. in physics (1987) and a Ph.D. in physical chemistry (1997) from the Universidad Central de Venezuela. She has been a visiting assistant professor at UW since 2006.
Guan Qin as associate professor in the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering. Qin received a B.S. in engineering mechanics (1984) from Tsinghau University in China, an M.E. in petroleum engineering (1987) from the China National Petroleum Corporation and a Ph.D. in Petroleum Engineering (1995) from UW. Qin has been a director and research professor at Texas A&M University since 2004. This is a joint appointment between the School of Energy Resources and the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering.
Dennis J. Moser as assistant librarian for the University Libraries. Moser received a B.A. in anthropology (1997) from the University of Texas, Austin, and an M.L.S. (1983) from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He has been a digital services librarian at the Clement Maxwell Library since 2006.
Changes in Faculty Appointments:
Stephen K. Herbert as associate professor and interim department head in the Department of Plant Sciences. Herbert has transferred from the Department of Botany.
Patricia J.S. Colberg as associate professor in the Department of Civil & Architectural Engineering. Colberg has transferred from the Department of Zoology and Physiology.
Posted on Sunday, March 08, 2009