Promotions, Tenure and Emeriti Snnounced

Promotions, tenure and emeriti announced


Promotions in rank, tenure designation and emeritus status for UW-Stout faculty and staff members were announced recently by Chancellor Charles W. Sorensen, following action by the UW System Board of Regents.

Promoted from associate professor to professor are Ayub Hossain, mathematics; Kimberly Kluver, business; Michael Nicolai, speech; Robert Price, art and design; Robert Salt, human development, family living and community educational services; George Smeaton, psychology; and Richard Vomela, technology.

Promoted from assistant professor to associate professor are T. Kathleen Cochran, apparel, textiles and design; Peter D'Souza and Bharath Josiam, hospitality and tourism; Mary DeMaine, art and design; Marian Ellison, mathematics; Ellen Emanuel, rehabilitation; Julie Furst-Bowe, communication, education and training; Margaret Nelson, music; Donna Stewart, industrial management; Dennis Vanden Bloomen, business; and Norman Zhou, technology.

Vomela, Cochran and Vanden Bloomen were also granted tenure, along with Paul Ngo, psychology; Gary Rockwood, counseling and psychological services; and Judy Rommell, human development, family living and community educational services.

Named professor emeritus by the regents were Richard Miller, mathematics; Arthur Muller, Frank Pershern, Robert Spinti and Henry Thomas, technology; J. Anthony Samenfink, human development, family living and community educational services; A. Gary Searle, communication, education and training; and Douglas Stallsmith, industrial management.

Donald Chatman, business; Douglas Gingrich, psychology; Dean Long, industrial management; and Dale Mallory, telecommunications and technology, were named associate professor emeritus.

Stennet Pierce, physical education and athletics, was named assistant professor emeritus.

Emeritus status is an honorary designation by the regents for retired unclassified staff members.

Outlook Fall '95