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BYU lists faculty advancements in rank for 2007-2008

Brigham Young University has announced the following faculty advancements in rank for the 2007-2008 academic year:

David O. McKay School of Education — Nancy Blair, associate clinical professor, communication disorders; Michelle Marchant and Ellie L. Young, associate professor, counseling psychology and special education; and Stephen C. Yanchar, associate professor, instructional psychology and technology.

Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology — Randal W. Beard, professor, electrical and computer engineering; Jeffrey Bons, C. Gregory Jensen, Timothy W. McLain and Dale R. Tree, professor, mechanical engineering; Jay P. Christofferson, professor, technology; and Michael P. Miles and Kevin R. Miller, associate professor, technology.

Family, Home and Social Sciences — William J. Hamblin, professor, history; Wade A. Jacoby and Kelly D. Patterson, professor, political science; Jason S. Carroll and David A. Nelson, associate professor, family life; Scott B. Cooper, associate professor, political science; Eric R. Dursteler, Donald J. Harreld and Jenny H. Pulsipher, associate professor, history; Ross A. Flom, associate professor, psychology; and Lars J. Lefgren, associate professor, economics.

Fine Arts and Communications — Ronald P. Brough and Stephan D. Lindeman, professor, music; Thomas B. Russell, associate teaching professor, theatre and media arts; Julie Bevan, April Clayton, W. Wayne Kimball, Steven L. Ricks and Christian B. Smith, associate professor, music; and Darl Larsen, associate professor, theatre and media arts.

Health and Human Performance — William Blain Empey and Christine A. Linde, associate clinical professor, athletics; and Susan Vincent Graser, J. Ty Hopkins and Iain Hunter, associate professor, exercise sciences.

Humanities — David A. Grandy and Mark A. Wrathall, professor, philosophy; Jacqueline S. Thursby, professor, English; Raissa V. Solovieva, associate teaching professor, Germanic and Slavic languages; Cindy L. Brewer and Robert B. McFarland, associate professor, Germanic and Slavic languages; Dee Isaac Gardner, associate professor, linguistics and English language; and Trenton L. Hickman, John C. Talbot and Matthew F. Wickman, associate professor, English.

Harold B. Lee Library — Thomas Kent Edlund, Robert S. Means and Thomas Reid Wells, senior librarian; and Leticia Camacho, Erminia Chao and Michael J. Whitchurch, associate librarian.

Life Sciences — Kay B. Franz, professor, nutrition, dietetics and food science; Michael F. Whiting, professor, biology; and Sterling N. Sudweeks, associate professor, physiology and developmental biology.

Marriott School of Management — Craig B. Merrill, R. Bruce Money and Scott E. Sampson, professor, business management; Conan C. Albrecht and Bonnie B. Anderson, associate professor, information systems; David W. Hart, associate professor, public management; and Nile W. Hatch, associate professor, organizational leadership and strategy.

Nursing — Judith Berry and Patricia Ravert, associate professor; and Glenda Christiaens and Sheri Palmer, associate teaching professor.

Physical and Mathematical Sciences — Steven W. Graves and Brian F. Woodfield, professor, chemistry and biochemistry; Stephen T. Nelson, professor, geological sciences; Blake E. Peterson, professor, mathematics education; Steven G. Wood, teaching professor, chemistry and biochemistry; Barry R. Bickmore, associate professor, geological sciences; Darrin M. Doud and Denise M. Halvorson, associate professor, mathematics; Dallin S. Durfee and Timothy W. Leishman, associate professor, physics and astronomy; Michael D. Jones and Dan A. Ventura, associate professor, computer science; and Richard R. Vanfleet, associate professor, chemistry and biochemistry.

Religious Education — Robert C. Freeman, professor, Church history and doctrine.

Student Life — Norman L. Roberts, clinical professor, Counseling and Career Center; and John C. Okiishi and Tyler R. Pedersen, associate clinical professor, Counseling and Career Center.

For more information on this list, contact Richard N. Williams at (801) 422-3567.

Writer: Aaron Searle

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