Promotions, grants of tenure announced by Fort Hays State University

By UNIVERSITY RELATIONS

Twenty-five faculty members have earned tenure, promotion or both at Fort Hays State University for the next academic year.

Their achievements were celebrated via Zoom on May 4 and an in-person reception will be held in the fall.

“The profound dedication of our faculty to develop high quality programs and unique experiences empower student success and drives our university forward. It is my sincere pleasure to celebrate the promotion and tenure of these outstanding faculty members, in recognition of their achievements in teaching, scholarship, and service,” said Jill Arensdorf, provost and vice president for academic affairs. “Congratulations to all of our newly tenured and promoted faculty!”

Faculty to be promoted are listed with their new academic rank.

Tenured and promoted

Dr. Gary Andersen, associate professor of advanced education programs

Dr. Reade Dowda, associate professor of advanced education programs

Dr. Elliot Isom, associate professor of advanced education programs

Dr. Jung Hee Lee, associate professor of social work

Dr. Rose Helens-Hart, associate professor of applied business studies

Mr. Randall Jordan, associate professor of applied technology

Dr. Kevin Splichal, associate professor of advanced education programs

Dr. Shane Schartz, associate professor of informatics

Dr. Karen Thal, associate professor of applied business studies

Dr. Brett Whitaker, associate professor of leadership studies

Dr. Whitney Whitaker, associate professor of psychology

Tenured

Dr. Robert Lloyd, Management

Dr. Ginger Loggins, Informatics

Dr. Sarbari Mitra, Mathematics

Promoted

Dr. Claudia Carvalho, lecturer of biological sciences

Dr. Douglas Drabkin, professor of philosophy

Ms. Robyn Hartman, librarian II

Dr. Kaley Klaus, assistant professor of leadership studies

Ms. Denise Orth, professor of allied health

Dr. Joseph Perniciaro, professor of music and theatre

Dr. Kent Rohleder, lecturer of physics

Dr. Jonathan Sumrall, associate professor of geosciences

Dr. April Terry, associate professor of criminal justice

Ms. Jennifer Wagner, professor of allied health Ms. Kathleen Ward, professor of nursing

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