The fall general faculty meeting of Marshall University’s
2011-12 academic year will take place at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, in the
Francis-Booth Experimental Theatre of the Joan C. Edwards Performing Arts
The agenda will consist of welcoming remarks by the faculty senate chair, Dr. Cam Brammer; the introduction of new administrators by provost Dr. Gayle Ormiston, and the introduction of 46 new faculty by Brammer, School of Medicine senior associate dean for clinical affairs, Dr. Joseph Werthammer, and School of Pharmacy dean, Dr. Kevin Yingling; a State of the Faculty address by Brammer; and a State of the University address by President Kopp.
All faculty, staff, students and members of the public are invited to attend. After the meeting a reception to honor the new university personnel will be held in the lobby of the Performing Arts Center.
Those in new administrative positions who will be introduced are Dr. Kevin Yingling, dean of the School of Pharmacy; Dr. Robert Nerhood, interim dean, Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine; Dr. Wael Zatar, interim dean of the College of Information Technology and Engineering; Andrew Gooding, director of the Regents B.A. degree program; and Patricia Proctor, founding director of the Simon Perry Center for Constitutional Democracy.
New faculty to be introduced are:
College of Education – Andrea Farenga, Michael Kallam and Linda Winter
College of Fine Arts – Frederick Bartolovic and Henning Vauth
College of Health Professions – Jessica Maynard
College of Information Technology & Engineering – Hyoil Han and Jonathan Thompson
College of Liberal Arts – Joshua Averbeck, Mallory Carpenter, Viatcheslav Gratchev and Patricia Proctor
College of Science – Mary Armstead, Min-Kook Kim, Elizabeth Niese, Dhana Rao, Jon Saken, Michael Schroeder and Samantha Vickers
Elizabeth McDowell Lewis College of Business – Frank Bosco, Won Jun Kwak, Alissa Sikula and Robert Simpson
Graduate School of Education & Professional Development – Tom Hisiro, Enobong Inyang and Jonathan Lent
Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine – James Denvir, Paul Ferguson, Andrew Freeman, Russell Fry, II, Aamir Hussain, Emine Koc, Sean Loudin, Maria Lopez Marti, Gerard Oakley III, Rosa Carrasco Sanchez, Franklin Shuler, Jackie Stines, Jr., and Ryan Stone
School of Pharmacy – H. Glenn Anderson, Kimberly Broedel-Zaugg, John Schloss and Robert Stanton
W. Page Pitt School of Journalism & Mass Communications – Sandra York
University Libraries – Gretchen Beach, Larry Sheret and
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