NORTHAMPTON, Mass. – At its March meeting, the Smith College Board of Trustees approved tenure and promotion recommendations for 15 faculty members.
Promoted to full professor from associate professor were Patricia DiBartolo, psychology; Christophe Golé, mathematics and statistics; Joel Kaminsky, religion; Laura Katz, biological sciences; John Moore, art; and Margaret Sarkissian, music.
Promoted to associate professor with tenure from assistant professor were Judith Cardell, computing and engineering; Marguerite Itamar Harrison, Spanish and Portuguese studies; Nicholas Howe, computer science; Shizuka Hsieh, chemistry; Suleiman Mourad, religion; and Andrew Rotman, religion. Also promoted to tenure was Joanne Corbin, associate professor in the Smith College School for Social Work.
In addition, Edward Check, theatre; and Judith Keyler-Mayer, German studies, were promoted to senior lecturer.
Smith College educates women of promise for lives of distinction. By linking the power of the liberal arts to excellence in research and scholarship, Smith is developing leaders for society’s challenges. Smith is the largest undergraduate women’s college in the country, enrolling 2,800 students from nearly every state and 61 other countries.