Congratulations to Wake Forest faculty who have received promotions, effective July 1.
Promotion to Full Professor
Erik Johnson, Biology
John Petrocelli, Psychology
Kendall Tarte, French Studies
Timo Thonhauser, Physics
Julie Wayne, School of Business
Promotion to Associate Professor
Christina Dalton, Economics
Francis Flanagan, Economics
T.H.M. Gellar-Goad, Classics
Sarah Hogan, English
Tiffany Judy, Spanish and Italian Studies
Dónal Mulcahy, Education
Andrew Rodekohr, East Asian Languages and Cultures
Joanna Ruocco, English
Katherine Shaner, School of Divinity
Penelope Sinanoglou, History
John Sumanth, School of Business
Mir Yarfitz, History
Promotion to Professor of Law
Harold Lloyd, School of Law
Andrew Verstein, School of Law
Promotion to Clinical Professor of Law
Mark Rabil, School of Law
Promotion to Senior Librarian
Promotion to Librarian
Mary Beth Lock, Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Promotion to Full Teaching Professor
Leah Roy, Theatre & Dance
Promotion to Associate Teaching Professor
Rian Bowie, English
Jenny Pyke, English
Ali Sakkal, Education
Randi Saloman, English
Silvia Tiboni-Craft, Spanish and Italian
David Wren, Chemistry
Promotion to Associate Professor of the Practice
Brian Calhoun, Education
Chris Copeland, School of Divinity
James Ross, Health & Exercise Science
Categories: Inside WFU
Congratulations to Christa Colyer, professor of chemistry, whose proposal entitled “GOALI:Carbon dots and squarylium dyes for sensing, screening, and separations – Beyond medication monitoring with Ameritox and Wake Forest University” has been funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Congratulations to Francis Flanagan, assistant professor of economics, whose proposal entitled “Do Peremptory Challenges Increase Bias on Juries?” has been funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Congratulations to Natalie Holzwarth, professor of physics, whose proposal entitled “Computational Studies of Solid Electrolytes” has been funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Congratulations to Timo Thonhauser, associate professor of physics, whose proposal entitled “Synthesizing New Metal Organic Frameworks with Tailored Physical and Chemical Properties [Cayuse 16-0016]” has been funded by the US Department of Energy and by [subaward/subcontract from] University of Texas-Dallas (WFU funding agency).
Categories: Faculty News
Twelve Wake Forest faculty members have been named to the University’s 2015-2016 class of Academic Community Engagement (ACE) Fellows.
In its 17th year, the ACE Fellowship program provides support for selected faculty members interested in integrating some form of community engagement into classes. Each year, up to 12 fellows are selected by the faculty director of the ACE Fellows Program, the ACE Advisory Council, the director of the Teaching and Learning Center and the Dean of the College.
Categories: Faculty News