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UW Trustees Approve Faculty Retirements, Acknowledge Resignations


September 10, 2012 — University of Wyoming trustees approved the following faculty retirements during their business meeting Friday, Sept. 7:

Administrators:

College of Law

Denise Burke, associate dean/lecturer.

Faculty:

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

George Vance, professor in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management.

Jordanka Zlatanova, professor in the Department of Molecular Biology.

James Krall, professor in the Department of Plant Sciences.

College of Arts and Sciences

Pavel Sigalov, professor in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages.

College of Education

Michael Day, professor in the Department of Adult Learning and Technology.

Linda Keefauver, associate professor in the Department of Educational Studies.

John Cochenour, associate professor in the Department of Professional Studies.

Carol J. Bryant, associate professor in the Department of Secondary Education.

College of Engineering and Applied Science

Mohan Reddy Junna, professor in the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering.

Ovid A. Plumb, professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

College of Law

Harvey Gelb, professor.

Outreach School

Janet Bass, associate lecturer.

Jeanie Martinez, associate lecturer.

The trustees acknowledged the resignations of:

Administrators

Don Richards, vice president for government and community affairs.

David A. Driggers, director of the WWAMI Medical Education Program in the College of Health Sciences.

Faculty

Maier Bowen, associate archivist, and Kathryn Brooks and Benjamin Goldman, assistant archivists at the American Heritage Center.

College of Arts and Sciences

Stephen T. Jackson, professor in the Department of Botany.

Mark P. Mehn, assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry.

Mary Sheridan, professor in the Department of English.

Shagi-Di Shih, associate professor in the Department of Mathematics.

Herve G. Picherit, assistant professor in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages.

Mark Rabideau, associate professor, and Rubia Santos, assistant professor, in the Department of Music.

Adrian Feiguin, assistant professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy.

Akram Barghothi, assistant professor in the Department of Political Science.

Adam Mendelson, assistant professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance.

College of Business

Rohit Singh, assistant professor in the Department of Accounting.

Eric Arnould, professor, Melea Press, assistant professor, and Craig Sorochuk, instructor, in the Department of Management and Marketing.

College of Health Sciences

Deborah K. Fleming, clinical professor in the Division of Medical Education and Public Health.

Wook-Jin Kim, assistant professor in the Division of Social Work.

Amy Trelease-Bell and Patrick Yost, clinical assistant professors in the Family Medicine Residency Program-Cheyenne.

Whitney Buckley and Amy Stump, clinical assistant professors in the School of Pharmacy.

College of Law

James Delaney, professor, and Stewart M. Young, assistant professor.

University Libraries

Susan Wynne and Dennis Moser, assistant librarians.

Academic Professional resignations

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Whitney Stewart, assistant extension educator.

Jessica M. Kern, assistant research scientist in the Department of Animal Science.

College of Arts and Sciences

Sarah Carle, assistant lecturer in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages.

James Oakleaf, associate research scientist at WyGISC.

College of Health Sciences

Dana Murphy-Parker, assistant lecturer in the School of Nursing.

Clay Hurtubise, assistant lecturer in the School of Pharmacy.

Trustees also approved leaves of absence without pay, sabbatical and professional leaves, and changes in appointments. The complete list of trustee personnel actions can be found on the Board of Trustees report here, click on Sept. 6-8 report.

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