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BYU faculty rank advancements announced

Brigham Young University has announced the following faculty rank advancements effective Sept. 1, 2010:

David O. McKay School of Education

Heidi Abraham, associate clinical professor, counseling psychology and special education

Janet L. Losser, associate teaching professor, teacher education

Ira. A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology

Grant G. Schultz, associate professor, civil and environmental engineering

Scott L. Thomson, associate professor, mechanical engineering

College of Family, Home and Social Sciences

Brian Cannon, professor, history

Dawson W. Hedges, professor, psychology

Kendall Stiles, professor, political science

Kirk Hawkins, associate professor, political science

College of Fine Arts and Communications

Brian C. Harker, professor, School of Music

Edward Carter, associate professor, communications

College of Humanities

Devin N. Asay, senior research fellow, Humanities Technology and Research Support Center

Dana S. Bourgerie, professor, Asian and Near Eastern languages

Allen J. Christenson, professor, humanities, classics and comparative literature

Eric A. Eliason, professor, English

N. Anthony Brown, associate professor, Germanic and Slavic languages

Wendy Baker, associate professor, linguistics and English language

Blair Bateman, associate professor, Spanish and Portuguese

Frank Christianson, associate professor, English

Aaron C. Eastley, associate professor, English

Daryl Hague, associate professor, Spanish and Portuguese

Patrick Madden, associate professor, English

Steven L. Riep, associate professor, Asian and Near Eastern languages

Charlotte A. Stanford, associate professor, humanities, classics and comparative literature

College of Life Sciences

Don Breakwell, teaching professor, microbiology and molecular biology

Leigh Johnson, professor, biology

Sandra Burnett, associate teaching professor, microbiology and molecular biology

Bradley D. Geary, associate professor, plant and wildlife sciences

Jerry Johnson, associate professor, biology

Frost M. Steele, associate professor, nutrition, dietetics and food science

Eric Wilson, associate professor, microbiology and molecular biology

Marriott School of Management

Ervin Black, professor, School of Accountancy

James C. Brau, professor, finance

Ramon Zabriskie, professor, recreation management and youth leadership

Mark Zimbelman, professor, accountancy

Gove N. Allen, associate professor, information systems

Teppo Felin, associate professor, organizational leadership and strategy

Paul B. Lowry, associate professor, information systems

Lori L. Wadsworth, associate professor, public management

College of Nursing

Peggy Anderson, associate teaching professor

Jane Lassetter, associate professor

College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Scott D. Bergeson, professor, physics and astronomy

Gregory R. Conner, professor, mathematics

John Dallon, professor, mathematics

Xian-Jin Li, professor, mathematics

Bryan S. Morse, professor, computer science

Adam T. Woolley, professor, chemistry and biochemistry

Lennard Bakker, associate professor, mathematics

Allen R. Buskirk, associate professor, chemistry and biochemistry

Duane B. Merrell, associate teaching professor, physics and astronomy

David W. Neilsen, associate professor, physics and astronomy

M. Randal Skinner, associate teaching professor, geological sciences

Michael J. Ware, associate professor, physics and astronomy

Religious Education

Alexander L. Baugh, professor, Church history and doctrine

Lloyd D. Newell, professor, Church history and doctrine

Frank F. Judd, associate professor, ancient scripture

Gaye Strathearn, associate professor, ancient scripture

Student Life

M. Kirk Dougher, clinical professor, Counseling and Career Center

Richard A. Moody, clinical professor, Counseling and Career Center

Julie Elizabeth Preece, clinical professor, Counseling and Career Center

Michael P. Brooks, associate clinical professor, Counseling and Career Center

For more information on this list, contact BYU Associate Academic Vice President for Faculty Craig H. Hart at (801) 422-3567.

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