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Tenure-bound faculty may defer review process to fall

“For the 10 of us under review, the anxiety of a difficult, fraught period has been exacerbated,” said Professor of Luso-Hispanic Studies Nicolas Poppe in an email to The Campus. Here, Poppe at home with his three young kids.

By HANNAH BENSEN

April 9, 2020

Ten faculty members remain uncertain as they await the results of their tenure reviews this semester.

Faculty and curriculum changes for upcoming school year

Retiring faculty gather at May celebration in Mahaney Arts Center.

By NORA PEACHIN

September 12, 2019

Changes this school year include faculty turn over, the splitting of sociology and anthropology into two departments and a new food studies minor.

Six Faculty Gain Tenure

By NICK GARBER

September 22, 2016

On May 26, the College announced that six faculty members had been granted tenure, marking their promotions from assistant to associate professor. The newly-tenured faculty are Leticia Arroyo Abad in the Economics Department, Mario A. Higa in the Portuguese Department, Marta Manrique-Gómez in the...

Three Faculty Members Granted Tenure

By Mitch Perry

February 17, 2016

Last month, the College awarded tenure and the title of associate professor to three faculty members – Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology Chong-suk Han, Associate Professor of Spanish Enrique Garcia and Associate Professor of German Natalie Eppelsheimer. Han and Garcia both expressed...

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