July 26, 1996
19 Promoted, Tenured
Nineteen faculty members at UW-River Falls were promoted or granted tenure by the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents at its July meeting.
Additionally, eight faculty members who retired at the end of the last academic year were recognized with emeritus status by the University.
Promotions or tenure activity by college are as follows. All are River Falls residents, unless noted otherwise.
College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Sciences:
Agriculture Economics: Larry B. Swain and David D. Trechter, promoted to associate professor and granted tenure.
College of Arts & Science:
Art: Morgan E. Clifford, granted tenure; Lynn Jermal, promoted to associate professor, Hudson.
Economics: Pascal T. Ngoboka and John R. Walker, promoted to associate professor and granted tenure.
History: Betty A. Bergland, promoted to associate professor and granted tenure.
Mathematics & Computer Systems: Hossein Larry Najafi, granted tenure, Woodbury, Minn.; Keith L. Chavey, promoted to associate professor.
Psychology: Bradley J. Caskey, granted tenure.
Philosophy: David A. Peters, promoted to professor.
Physics: James Madsen, promoted to associate professor.
Political Science: Davida J. Alperin, promoted to associate professor, St. Paul.
Speech Communication & Theatre Arts: Robin E. Murray and Kenneth W. Stofferahn, promoted to professor.
College of Education & Graduate Studies:
Elementary Education: Teri Crotty, granted tenure, Hudson; Brenda Shearer, promoted to associate professor, Osceola.
Counseling & School Psychology: Donald L. Stoval, granted tenure (effective Jan. 26, 1996), New Richmond; Judith D. Emmett, promoted to associate professor.
Granted emeritus status were: Judy Wilson, health & human performance, 30 years; Edward Brown, health & human performance, 27 years; Jeanne Wold, music, 33 years; Don Miller, art, 31 years; Robert Beck, 35 years, English; Bruce Williamson, math & computer systems, 31 years; Jerald Carstens, 31 years, speech communication & theatre arts; Charles Stewart, 30 years, psychology.