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Tenure approved for 67 faculty

The University of Georgia has approved tenure for 67 faculty members. Board of regents’ approval of tenure is no longer required. Those receiving tenure are:

Ibigbolade Simon Aderibigbe, religion; Thomas A. Baker, kinesiology; Robert Byron Beckstead, poultry science; Judith Maria Bermudez, human development and family science; Thomas R. Berry-Stoelzle, insurance, legal studies and real estate; Robert B. Bringolf, forestry and natural resources; Marla R. Carlson, theatre and film studies; Swarnankur Chatterjee, housing and consumer economics; Robert K. Christensen, public administration and policy; AnnaMarie Conner, mathematics and science education; Brad Davis, environment and design; Rabindranath De La Fuente, physiology and pharmacology; Khalil M. Dirani, lifelong education, administration and policy; Nicholas E. Fuhrman, agricultural leadership, education and communication; Kamal Gandhi, forestry and natural resources; David T. Gay, mathematics; Angela Gibney, mathematics; David W. Hall, genetics; Dennis W. Hancock, crop and soil sciences; Ruth M. Harman, language and literacy education; Todd C. Harrop, chemistry; Lewis Chad Howe, Romance languages; Ivan W. Ingermann, theatre and film studies; Pingsheng Ji, plant pathology; Berna Karali, agricultural and applied economics; Julie M. Kittleson, mathematics and science education; Kimberly D. Klonowski, cellular biology; Steven Miles Kogan, human development and family science; Daniel Krashen, mathematics; Stacie K. Laplante, accounting; Hillel Y. Levin, law; Tianming Liu, computer science; Angel Nicolás Lucero, Romance languages; Sudhagar Mani, engineering; Leidong Mao, engineering; John M. Mativo, career and information studies; Lisa Milot, law; Diann Carol Moorman, housing and consumer economics; Kristen Jean Navara, poultry science; Erik Ness, Institute of Higher Education; Mary Hallam Pearse, art; April L. Peters, lifelong education, administration and policy; Santhosh Ramalingegowda, accounting; Channette Romero, English; Michael D. Schmidt, kinesiology; John R. Schramski, engineering; Ajay Sharma, educational theory and practice; Ji Shen, mathematics and science education; John Short, history; Tao Shu, finance; Christopher Jon Sieving, theatre and film studies; Inseok Song, physics and astronomy; Richard A. Steet, biochemistry and molecular biology; Alexander M. Stelzleni, animal and dairy science; Piers Howard Guy Stephens, philosophy; Brock Tessman, international affairs; Ronald Scott Tubbs, crop and soil sciences; Christian Turner, law; Susanne Ullrich, physics and astronomy; Michael Usher, mathematics; Richard Lee Vining, political science; Lianchun Wang, biochemistry and molecular biology; Lily Wang, statistics; Teena Wilhelm, political science; Adrian John Wolstenholme, infectious diseases; Velma Zahirovic-Herbert, housing and consumer economics; and Xiaoyu Zhang, plant biology.