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BYU faculty earn advancements in rank for 2012

Brigham Young University has announced the following faculty advancements in rank effective Thursday, Sept. 1, 2012:

IRA A. FULTON COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY – Mark B. Colton and Christopher A. Mattson, associate professor, mechanical engineering; Thomas A. Knotts IV, associate professor, chemical engineering; and Paul W. Richards, associate professor, civil and environmental engineering.

FAMILY, HOME AND SOCIAL SCIENCES – Jonathan G. Sandberg, professor, School of Family Life; Joyce Adams, associate teaching professor, Family, Home and Social Sciences; Scott A. Baldwin, associate professor, psychology; Karen E. Carter, associate professor, history; and Jeremy B. Yorgason, associate professor, School of Family Life.

FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS – Richard P. Anderson and G. Paul Broomhead, professor, School of Music; Darl Larsen, professor, theatre and media arts; and Ryan J. Woodward, associate professor, visual arts.

HUMANITIES – V. Stanley Benfell III and Joseph D. Parry, professor, humanities, classics and comparative literature; Matthew B. Christensen, professor, Asian and Near Eastern languages; Corry L. Cropper, professor, French and Italian; David A. Jensen, associate professor, philosophy; and Leslee Thorne-Murphy, associate professor, English.

J. REUBEN CLARK LAW SCHOOL – Shawn G. Nevers, associate law librarian, Howard W. Hunter Law Library.

HAROLD B. LEE LIBRARY – Leticia Camacho, senior librarian; and Cory L. Nimer and N. Andrew Spackman, associate librarian.

LIFE SCIENCES – Jon Tyson Hopkins, professor, exercise sciences; Susan Fullmer, teaching professor, nutrition, dietetics and food science; David L. Erickson and Joel S. Griffitts, associate professor, microbiology and molecular Biology; L. Petersen and Joshua A. Udall, associate professor, plant and wildlife Sciences; and Matthew K. Seeley, associate professor, exercise sciences.

MARRIOTT SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT – Cassy J. Budd, teaching professor, School of Accountancy; F. Greg Burton and T. Jeff Wilks, professor, School of Accountancy; Robert J. Jensen and Peter M. Madsen, associate professor, organizational leadership and strategy; and Neil R. Lundberg, associate professor, recreation management and youth leadership.

COLLEGE OF NURSING – Renea L. Beckstrand and Patricia K. Ravert, professor; Kent D. Blad, teaching professor; and Erin D. Maughan, associate professor.

PHYSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES – David A. Cardon and Darrin M. Doud, professor, mathematics; Matthew R. Linford, professor, chemistry and biochemistry; Dan A. Ventura, professor, computer science; Jani Radebaugh, associate professor, geological sciences; and Richard K. Watt, associate professor, chemistry and biochemistry.

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION – Thomas A. Wayment, professor, ancient scripture, and Scott C. Esplin, associate professor, Church history and doctrine.

STUDENT LIFE – David A. Kaiser, clinical professor, and Lisa Leavitt, associate clinical professor, Counseling and Career Center.

For more information about this list, contact the Office of the Associate Academic Vice President for Faculty at (801) 422-3567.

Writer: Preston Wittwer

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