FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, September 20, 2005
Contact: Dave Wellman, Director of Communications (304) 696-7153
Fall general faculty meeting is Sept. 29 at Marshall University
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – A state of the faculty address by faculty senate chair Larry Stickler, remarks by President Stephen J. Kopp and the introduction of 64 new faculty by college deans highlight the agenda for Marshall University’s fall general faculty meeting Thursday, Sept. 29.
The meeting begins at 4 p.m. in the Joan C. Edwards Performing Arts Center playhouse. After the meeting, a reception to honor the new faculty will take place in the Performing Arts Center lobby.
New faculty to be introduced are:
College of Education & Human Services – Van Anderson, Marshall Angle, Laura Boswell, and Linda Geronilla
College of Fine Arts – Sean Beavers, Bryon Clercx, Yulia Kozlova, Susan Onofrio, Vicki Stroeher, and Jenette Williams
College of Health Professions – Cary Dixon, Jennifer Perry, Sandra Prunty, and Donna Robinson
College of Information Technology & Engineering – Annie Protopapas
College of Liberal Arts – Melissa Atkins, George Davis, Elena Ermolaeva, Ana Hermoso Gonzalez, Kelli Grady, Rebecca Hoff, Christine Huhn, Sangmoon Kim, Roxanne Kirkwood, Eric Lassiter, Charles Meadows, Donna Sullivan, Wendy Williams, and David Winter
College of Science – Kairui Chen, Menashi Cohenford, Norah Catherine Esty, Diana Fisher, Bratoljub Milosavljevic, Huong Nguyen, and Boris Sorkin
Elizabeth McDowell Lewis College of Business – Paul Hamilton and Rex McClure
Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine – Kelly Dick, Wade Douglas, Paul Edwards, Jeffrey George, Michael Goldman, Susan Hager, Erika Harris, Nathalie Henchey, Bonghyun Lee, Mary Marcuzzi, Bobby Miller, Louis Molina, John Parker, Jr., Carol Patterson, Mesfin Seifu, Edward Setzer, Maria-Andrea Vidal, Kenneth Wright, Nadia Yaqub, and Mumtaz Zaman
MUGC Graduate School of Education & Professional Development – Dixie Billheimer, William Capehart, Patricia Myers, Samuel Securro, Jr., and Sandra Stroebel
W. Page Pitt School of Journalism & Mass Communications – Maryl Neff.
More information is available by contacting Bernice Bullock with the faculty senate at (304) 696-4376.