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New faculty members in place for fall semester 2003

Brigham Young University welcomed nearly 70 new faculty members for fall semester 2003.

(If you have additions or corrections to this list, please contact Associate Academic Vice President for Faculty Richard Williams at ext. 2-3567.)

Byron J. Adams, assistant professor, microbiology and molecular biology; faculty at the University of Florida.

Paul S. Adams, assistant professor, visual arts; faculty at Florida Keys Community College.

Chyleen A. Arbon, instructor, public management; University of Utah.

Brandon J. Baker, visiting instructor, mathematics; University of Utah.

Jim W. Barnes, visiting professor, English; faculty at Truman State University.

Jeffery R. Barrow, assistant professor, physiology and developmental biology; postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University.

Monte L. Belknap, associate professor, music; faculty at BYU-Idaho.

Gregory R. Berry, visiting assistant professor, organizational leadership and strategy; faculty at Texas Wesleyan University.

Brian H. Boyer, visiting instructor, business management; University of Michigan.

Michael D. Brown, assistant teaching professor, physiology and developmental biology; faculty at Yakima Valley Community College.

Jelena Colovic-Markovic, visiting special instructor, linguistics and English language; BYU.

Christopher Cutri, assistant professor, communications; Director, Mov'n Pictures Inc.

Mark E. Davies, associate professor, linguistics and English language; faculty at Illinois State University.

Stacy L. Day, visiting instructor, English; BYU.

Michael L. Dunn, associate professor, nutrition, dietetics and food science; Managing Director, International Food Network Ltd.

Aaron C. Eastley, assistant professor, English; University of California-San Diego.

David S. Eddington, associate professor, linguistics and English language; faculty at the University of New Mexico.

Robert G. Erickson, assistant professor, French and Italian; Center for Instructional Design, BYU.

O. William Farley, visiting professor, social work; faculty at the University of Utah.

Paul J. Fields, teaching professor, statistics; faculty at Saint George's University, Grenada.

Erin M. Galbraith, visiting instructor, statistics; George Washington University.

Andrew S. Gibbons, professor, instructional psychology and technology; faculty at Utah State University.

Randy J. Gibbs, visiting lecturer, organizational leadership and strategy; President, Gibbs Consulting Inc.

Shandon D. Gubler, associate teaching professor, organizational leadership and strategy; CEO, Split Rock Enterprises.

Salvador Gutierrez, visiting assistant professor, computer science; post-doctoral fellow in Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.

Bradley D. Harris, associate teaching professor, recreation management and youth leadership; Associate Division Director of the National Council, Boy Scouts of America.

L. Scott Hobson, associate teaching professor, accountancy and information systems; Senior Vice President, Hilton Farnkopf and Hobson.

J. Tyson Hopkins, assistant professor, physical education; faculty at Illinois State University.

Heidi D. Hyte, visiting special instructor, linguistics and English language; BYU.

Kimberly Johnson, assistant professor, English; University of California Berkeley.

Greg V. Jolley, assistant teaching professor, plant and animal sciences; Project Manager, Verdone Landscape Architecture.

Melanie Ann Kemp, visiting instructor, French and Italian; University of Nebraska.

Raija M. Kemppainen, visiting assistant professor, teacher education; part-time faculty, BYU.

Keith R. Leatham, assistant professor, mathematics education; faculty at Portland State University.

Janet Lofgran, visiting instructor, teacher education; part-time faculty, BYU.

Todd M. Manwaring, associate teaching professor, Marriott School of Management; CEO, Action Against Poverty Inc.

Matthew E. Mason, assistant professor, history; faculty at Eastern Michigan University.

Frank L. McIntyre, instructor, economics; Stanford University.

Roger P. Minert, associate professor, church history and doctrine; part-time faculty, BYU.

J. Quinn Monson, instructor, political science; research associate at BYU.

Rebecca Nichols, visiting instructor, statistics; BYU.

Jeffrey A. Ogden, assistant professor, business management; Arizona State University.

Ana Maria Preto-Bay, assistant professor, Spanish and Portuguese; part-time faculty, BYU.

Vernon J. Richardson, visiting associate professor, accountancy and information systems; faculty at the University of Kansas.

Candice L. Ridlon, assistant professor, teacher education; faculty at Towson University.

Steven L. Riep, assistant professor, Asian and Near Eastern Languages; faculty at the University of California-Davis.

Thomas E. Robinson, II, assistant professor, communications; faculty at Southern Methodist University.

Stanley M. Schmidt, visiting assistant professor, teacher education; part-time faculty, BYU.

Tarlok N. Shorey, visiting professor, mathematics; faculty at Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay.

M. Randal Skinner, visiting instructor, geology; Senior Geologist, MWH Americas Inc.

Elizabeth Spackman, assistant librarian, Harold B. Lee Library; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Charlotte A. Stanford, assistant professor, humanities, classics and comparative literature; The Pennsylvania State University.

Lori Steadman, visiting instructor, English; BYU.

Jason P. Steed, visiting instructor, English; University of Nevada-Las Vegas.

Kendall W. Stiles, associate professor, political science; faculty at Loyola University at Chicago.

Charles L. Swift, assistant professor, ancient scripture; Church Educational System.

Jeffery A. Thompson, assistant professor, public management; faculty at Miami University of Ohio.

Dana L. Tucker, visiting assistant professor, psychology; faculty at the University of Baltimore.

Michael A. Tueller, assistant professor, humanities, classics and comparative literature; Harvard University.

Richard R. Vanfleet, assistant professor, physics and astronomy; faculty at Central Florida University.

Sean C. Warnick, assistant professor, computer science; Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Jared S. Warren, assistant professor, psychology; University of Kansas.

Brent H. Weidman, visiting associate professor, technology; President and CEO, HandS Developers, Yuma, Arizona.

Tracy L. Woods, visiting special instructor, linguistics and English language; BYU.

Ryan J. Woodward, visiting instructor, visual arts; BYU.

For more information, call ext. 2-3567.

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