"Ashelee Gerald Hill" Archive

Faculty promotions announced

Congratulations to Wake Forest faculty who have received promotions, effective July 1.

Promotion to Associate Professor with Tenure

Kristen Beavers, Health and Exercise Science

Erin Binkley, Counseling

Elizabeth Clendinning, Music

Mark Curtis, Economics

Lisa Dragoni, School of Business

Amanda Gengler, Sociology

Kristina Gupta, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Seth Hayden, Counseling

Stephanie Koscak, History

Tin Cheuk Leung, Economics

Sarah McDonald, Biology

Jennifer Rogers, Counseling

Promotion to Full Professor

J.K. Curry, Theatre and Dance

Brook Davis, Theatre and Dance

Patricia Dos Santos, Chemistry

Jennifer Erway, Mathematics and Statistics

Kevin Jung, School of Divinity

Oana Jurchescu, Physics

Sandeep Mazumder, Economics

Soledad Miguel-Prendes, Spanish and Italian

Shannon Mihalko, Health and Exercise Science

Jarrod Whitaker, Study of Religions

Promotion to Full Professor of Law

Chris Coughlin, School of Law

Promotion to Associate Dean

Mary Beth Lock, Z. Smith Reynolds Library

Promotion to Associate Librarian

Stephanie Bennett, Z. Smith Reynolds Library

Promotion to Librarian

Craig Fansler, Z. Smith Reynolds Library

Promotion to Assistant Librarian

Ashelee Gerald Hill, Z. Smith Reynolds Library

Promotion to Associate Teaching Professor

Diana Arnett, Biology

Tammy Cashwell, Counseling

Allison Forti, Counseling

Laura Giovanelli, English

Molly Knight, German and Russian

Promotion to Teaching Professor

Tom Brister, Politics and International Affairs

Steve Gunkel, Sociology

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ZSR appoints librarians for its inaugural Summer Diversity Fellowships

This is a guest post from the ZSR Library:

The Z. Smith Reynolds Library has launched a Summer Diversity Fellowship program designed to give underrepresented racial or ethnic minority graduate students professional academic library experience. This summer ZSR has hired Ashelee Gerald-Hill and Brandon Britt as visiting assistant librarians.

Ashelee Gerald-Hill graduated from Howard University with a BA in anthropology and a minor in print journalism. She is currently entering her second year of graduate school at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in the Library and Information Studies Program. Previously, she worked in early childhood education. Ashelee has volunteered with the Forsyth County Public Library North Carolina Room and the New Winston Museum. Her interests include material culture, teaching with primary sources, and supporting inclusive collections for underrepresented communities. She is working with digital materials from the Wake Forest University Archives for her fellowship.

Brandon Britt graduated from Claflin University with a BA in communications in 2014 and began his time in libraries as the public relations director for the Calhoun County Library in Saint Matthews, S.C. He is entering the information science field after earning his Master’s in Library and Information Science from the University of South Carolina this year. Brandon has a passion for social service, philanthropy and trivia. His career goals are to serve in a reference and outreach capacity in an academic library and move on to be a library administrator later in his career. His focus is on bolstering the practical ways universities use their libraries to influence the humanitarian landscapes of their adjacent communities. He is working on outreach and instruction projects for ZSR as part of his fellowship.

ZSR intends for this to become an annual summer program and will do a call for applications for its Summer 2019 Fellowships in late January.

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