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UNG announces faculty promotions, tenure for 2015-16

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Dr. Richard Byers, a history professor and recipient of the university's Distinguished Teaching Award, is among 39 UNG faculty members receiving promotion and tenure for the 2015-16 academic year.

In recognition of their teaching, scholarship and service, the University of North Georgia (UNG) has announced promotions and granting of tenure for faculty members that will take effect at the beginning of the 2015-2016 academic year.

For tenure and promotion, faculty members are evaluated in three areas: superior teaching; professional development, scholarship and academic achievement; and outstanding service to the institution, profession or community. Tenure-track faculty members must make strong, positive cases in the application for promotion, which requires a minimum number of years of service for each promotion level.

  • Renee Bricker, Ph.D.; History, Anthropology & Philosophy; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Richard Byers, Ph.D.; History, Anthropology & Philosophy; promoted to professor
  • Elisa Carlson; Theatre; awarded tenure and promoted to professor
  • Larry Cook; Theatre; promoted to professor
  • Jürgen Grandt, Ph.D.; English; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Craig Greathouse, Ph.D.; Political Science & International Affairs; promoted to professor
  • Rebecca Johnston, Ph.D.; Music; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Joanna Kim, DMA; Music; promoted to associate professor
  • Steven Lloyd, Ph.D.; Psychological Science; promoted to professor
  • Celeste Morris, Theatre; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Laura Ng, Ph.D.; English; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Benjamin Schoening, DMA; Music; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Stacy Lin, Ph.D.; English; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Ben Wynne, Ph.D.; History, Anthropology & Philosophy; promoted to professor
  • Tony Zschau, Ph.D.; Sociology & Human Services; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Bryson Payne, Ph.D.; Computer Science; promoted to professor
  • Wendy Walker, Ph.D.; Management & Marketing; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • John Yeoman, Ph.D.; Mike Cottrell College of Business; promoted to professor
  • James Badger, Ph.D.; College of Education; promoted to professor
  • Alyssa Barnes, Ph.D.; College of Education; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Yen-Chun Lin, Ph.D.; College of Education; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Linda Reece; College of Education; promoted to associate professor
  • Amy Williams, Ph.D.; College of Education; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Sharon Chalmers, Ph.D.; Nursing; awarded tenure and promoted to professor
  • Kim Hudson-Gallogly, Ph.D.; Nursing; awarded tenure
  • Terrie Millard, Ph.D.; Physical Therapy; promoted to professor
  • Phillip Palmer, Ph.D.; Physical Therapy; promoted to professor
  • Elaine Taylor, Ph.D.; Nursing; promoted to professor
  • Alla Balueva, Ph.D.; Mathematics; promoted to associate professor
  • Karen Briggs, Ph.D.; Mathematics; promoted to professor
  • Nancy Dalman, Ph.D.; Biology; promoted to professor
  • Thomas Hartfield; Mathematics; promoted to associate professor
  • John Holliday, Ph.D.; Mathematics; promoted to professor
  • Evan Lampert, Ph.D.; Biology; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Hosuk Lee, Ph.D.; Physics; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Alex Olvido, Ph.D.; Biology; awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor
  • Jennifer Rose, Ph.D.; Biology; promoted to associate professor
  • Hashim Saber, Ph.D.; Mathematics; promoted to professor
  • Miriam Segura-Totten, Ph.D.; Biology; promoted to professor
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