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March 7, 2006

Smith Board Approves Faculty Promotions

NORTHAMPTON, Mass.—At its March meeting, the Smith College Board of Trustees approved tenure and promotion recommendations for 19 faculty members and instructional staff.

Promoted to full professor from associate professor were Pau Atela, mathematics; Nancy Bradbury, English language and literature; Brigitte Buettner, art; Howard Gold, government; Ellen Kaplan, theatre; Richard Lim, history; Philip Peake, psychology; Nancy Shumate, classical languages and literatures; and Ann Zulawski, history and Latin American studies.

Promoted to associate professor with tenure from assistant professor were Ginetta Candelario, sociology; Michelle Joffroy, Spanish and Portuguese; Leslie King, sociology and environmental science and policy; Kate Queeney, chemistry; Amy Rhodes, geology; and Maryjane Wraga, psychology.

In addition, Glenn Ellis, associate professor of engineering, received tenure.
Promoted to senior lecturer were John Gibson, art; Patricia Gonzalez, Spanish and Portuguese; and Ana López-Sánchez, Spanish and Portuguese.

Smith College is consistently ranked among the nation’s foremost liberal arts colleges. Enrolling 2,800 students from every state and 60 other countries, Smith is the largest undergraduate women’s college in the country.

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