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UGA ­approved tenure for 64 faculty members

The University of Georgia ­approved tenure for 64 faculty members. Those receiving tenure are: Mark Abney, entomology; Amanda J. Abraham, public administration and policy; Christine Albright, classics; Tessa Andrews, genetics; Analisa Arroyo, communication studies; Fikri Avci, biochemistry and molecular biology; Michele Barletta, large animal medicine; Jennifer Birch, anthropology; Betram Bynum Boley, forestry and natural resources; Abigail Borron, agricultural leadership, education and communication; Joshua Bousquette, Germanic and Slavic studies; John Bray, theatre and film studies; Benjamin Britton, Lamar Dodd School of Art; Clifton Buck, marine sciences; Michael Cacciatore, advertising and public relations; Houjian Cai, pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences; Jarrod A. Call, kinesiology; Benjamin Campbell, agricultural and applied economics; Mary Elizabeth Ager Caplan, School of Social Work; Shira Chess, entertainment and media studies; Malissa Clark, psychology; Amanda Erikson Coleman, small animal medicine and surgery; Jennifer Crenshaw, Lamar Dodd School of Art; Claire de La Serre, foods and nutrition; Xiangyu Deng, food science and technology; Lilia Gomez-Lanier, textiles, merchandising and interiors; Berna Gueneli, Germanic and Slavic studies; Rongbin Han, international affairs; Curtis A. Harris, health policy and management; Ashley J. Harrison, educational psychology; Hanwen Huang, epidemiology and biostatistics; Brendan G. Hunt, entomology; Takahiro Ito, biochemistry and molecular biology; Lohitash Karumbaiah, animal and dairy science; Elizabeth Gallant King, School of Ecology; Jain Kwon, Lamar Dodd School of Art; Justin Lavner, psychology; In Heok Lee, career and information studies; Joshua Lee, J.M. Tull School of Accounting; James ­Derrick Lemons, religion; Tisha Lewis-Ellison, language and literacy education; Hongxiang Liu, animal and dairy science; Darris Means, counseling and human development services; Ali Missaoui, crop and soil sciences; Walter Scott Monfort, crop and soil sciences; Rielle Navitski, theatre and film studies; Peter O’Connell, classics; Roberto A. Palomares Naveda, population health; Chad Michael Paton, food science and technology; Robert Pazdro, foods and nutrition; Tim Samples, insurance, legal studies and real estate; Jesse R. Schank, physiology and pharmacology; Julianne D. Schmidt, kinesiology; Julio Sevilla, marketing; Sarah Shannon, sociology; Kristen Shockley, psychology; Ashfaq Ahmad Sial, entomology; Jiyeon So, communication studies; Tiffany Renee Washington, School of Social Work; Benjamin C. Whipple, J.M. Tull School of Accounting; Bartosz Wojciech Wojdynski, journalism; Chen Zhen, agricultural and applied economics; Anne Marie Zimeri, environmental health science; and Magdalena Zurawski, English.

Source: Office of Faculty Affairs