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A special display in Jackson Library spotlights this year’s P&T honorees – and a special book in Jackson Library for each person.

Promotion and Tenure Attainment Recognition Reception to recognize the recent achievement of promotion and tenure by faculty members was held earlier this month in Alumni House. It was hosted by The Office of the Provost and the University Libraries. Additionally, each honoree selected a book for University Libraries’ collection, to be included with a bookplate and a statement on the significance of their selection. These books, with a statement about the book and a photo of the honoree, are currently displayed in Jackson Library on the main floor, near the reference desk.

This year’s honorees are:

  • Kathryn Massey Cheves Aldridge: Human Development and Family Studies – School of Health and Human Sciences.
  • Dr. Ali B. Askerov: Peace and Conflict Studies – School of Health and Human Sciences
  • Dr. Silvia C. Bettez: Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations – School of Education
  • Dr. Allison F. Bramwell: Political Science – College of Arts and Sciences
  • Rachel Briley: Theatre – College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • Dr. Jill Anne Chouinard: Educational Research Methodology – School of Education
  • Dr. Steven R. Cureton: Sociology – College of Arts and Sciences
  • Dr. Sarah C. Daynes: Sociology – College of Arts and Sciences
  • Dr. Donna Duffy: Kinesiology – School of Health and Human Sciences
  • Sarah Grenon: Family and Community Nursing – School of Nursing
  • Erin Harrison: Communication Studies – College of Arts and Sciences
  • Babbi Hawkins: Nutrition – School of Health and Human Sciences
  • Dr. Ye “Jane” He: Teacher Education and Higher Education – School of Education
  • Dr. Robert A. Henson: Educational Research Methodology – School of Education
  • Dr. Maura K. Heyn: Classical Studies – College of Arts and Sciences
  • Dr. Jiyoung Hwang: Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality, and Tourism – Bryan School of Business and Economics
  • Dr. Corey M. Johnson: Geography, Environment, and Sustainability – College of Arts and Sciences
  • Dr. Wayne Journell: Teacher Education and Higher Education – School of Education
  • Dr. Pete Kellett: Communication Studies – College of Arts and Sciences
  • Crystal Lamb: Adult Health Nursing – School of Nursing
  • Dr. Thomas L. Lewis: Mathematics and Statistics – College of Arts and Sciences
  • Dr. Rebecca B. MacLeod: Music Education – College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • Lisa McDonald: Communication Sciences and Disorders – School of Health and Human Science
  • Dr. Hamid R. Nemati: Information Systems and Supply Chain Management – Bryan School of Business and Economics
  • Dr. Tamaki Onishi: Political Science – College of Arts and Sciences
  • Dr. Anne E. Parsons: History – College of Arts and Sciences
  • Fran Pearson: Social Work – School of Health and Human Sciences
  • Dr. K. Jay Poole: Social Work – School of Health and Human Sciences
  • Dr. Hemali P. Rathnayake: Nanoscience – Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering
  • Dr. Daniel Rhodes: Social Work – School of Health and Human Sciences
  • B. Burgin Ross: Nutrition – School of Health and Human Sciences
  • Dr. Jonathan T. Rowell: Mathematics and Statistics – College of Arts and Sciences
  • Dr. Jamie L. Schissel: Teacher Education and Higher Education – School of Education
  • Dr. Stephen J. Sills: Sociology – College of Arts and Sciences
  • Dr. Sunny R. Spillane: School of Art – College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • Dr. Robert W. Strack: Public Health Education – School of Health and Human Sciences
  • Dr. Edna Tan: Teacher Education and Higher Education – School of Education
  • Dr. Tsz-Ki M. Tsui: Biology – College of Arts and Sciences
  • Dr. Amy M. Vetter: Teacher Education and Higher Education – School of Education
  • Lee M. Walton: School of Art – College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • Pat Wasserboehr: School of Art – College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • Dr. Naurice F. “Frank” Woods, Jr.: African American and African Diaspora Studies – College of Arts and Sciences

See more here – including links for many of the honorees, giving more information about the books they chose.

 
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