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The University of
Delaware Board of Trustees approved the promotions of 23 College of Arts and Sciences faculty members
and awarded emeritus status to two others, one posthumously, at its semiannual
meeting on May 19.
Promoted to the rank of professor were four associate professors who already had been granted tenure: Monica Dominguez Torres, art history; Arild Hestvik, linguistics and cognitive science; Yasser Payne, sociology; and Sharon Rozovsky, chemistry and biochemistry. Also promoted to professor was Daniel Smith, a member of the Biden School faculty in public policy and administration, who is also the CAS associate dean for the social sciences.
Thirteen assistant professors were promoted to the rank of associate professor, with tenure: Brian Baade, art conservation; Federica Bianco, physics and astronomy; Eric Bloch, chemistry and biochemistry; Sarah DeYoung, sociology; Mieke Eeckhaut, sociology; Morgan Ellithorpe, communication; Chisa Hutchinson, English; Daniel Koltonski, philosophy; Jennifer Kubota, psychological and brain sciences; Peter Mende-Siedlecki, psychological and brain sciences; Georgina Ramsay, anthropology; Frank Schroeder, physics and astronomy; and Jaipreet Virdi, history.
Promoted to the rank of associate professor, without tenure, were six faculty members: James Ancona, School of Music; Jonathan Cox, art and design; Vickie Fedele, Associate in Arts Program; Christine Grogan, Associate in Arts Program; Tracey Holden, communication; and David Satran, Associate in Arts Program.
All promotions are effective Sept. 1, 2022.
Faculty awarded emeritus status are Guy Alchon, professor emeritus of history, and Peter Williams, professor emeritus of art and design, who passed away in August 2021.
For news about recent faculty promotions throughout the University, see this UDaily article.
Article by College of Arts and Sciences communications staff
Published June 6, 2022
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