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Results of faculty senate elections announced

by Joan Cunningham, Ph.D.,  and Walter Limehouse, M.D.
Elections are complete, and the next academic year of senate activities is scheduled.
The first faculty senate meeting of the new fiscal year will take place at 7:45 a.m. Oct. 14 in Room 125,  Gazes Auditorium. In addition to elected senators, all alternates plus interested faculty are invited to attend all senate meetings.
Some colleges still have vacant senator or alternate positions: College of Dental Medicine (one senator and two alternates), College of Medicine—Basic Sciences (one senator and two alternates), and College of Medicine—Clinical Sciences (14 alternates).
Eligible faculty in these colleges are encouraged to fill these positions. Submit names of nominees (confirm first their willingness to participate) to one of the senators in the college.

Senators, alternates
College of Dental Medicine: Renata Leite, Marc Levitan and Joseph Thompson

College of Health Professions: Kevin Harmon, David Morrisette, Andrea White, Hazel Breland, Charles Ellis, Paul Jacques. Alternates are Anthony Chipas and Michael VanLue

College of Medicine—Basic Science: Joan Cunningham, Marvella Ford, Arno Wessels, Samar Hammad, Carola Neumann and Michael Wargovich

College of Medicine—Clinical Science: Dee Ford, Walter Limehouse, John Osguthorpe, Nickolaos Papamitsakis, Chris Pelic, Fletcher Penney, Shakaib Rehman, Marcelo Vela Aquino, Al Walker, Rita Young, Susan Ackerman, Prakasam Annamalai, Sarah Book, Deborah Bowlby, Arabinda Das, Valerian Fernandes, John Freedy, Wanda Gonsalves, Dieter Haemmerich, Therese Killeen, David Koch, Nicholas Koch, James Madory, Shaun Nguyen, Lancer Scott, Daniel Steinberg, Aquilla Turk, Raymond Turner, Simon Watson and Ira Willner

College of Nursing: Sharon Bond, Carol McDougall, AnneMarie Donato and Lynne Nemeth. Alternates: Martina Mueller and Ruth Stockdell

College of Pharmacy: Sarah Shrader, Ed Soltis, Amy Thompson and Roger White. Alternates: Larry Buie and Shannon Drayton

Library Science and Informatics: Tom Smith, Randall Watts, Geof Freeman and Mary Mauldin. Alternates: Brooke Fox and Candace Moorer.

Friday, Oct. 10, 2008
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