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New Provost’s Promotion and Tenure Committee Members Selected
Six faculty members have been selected to serve on the Provost’s Advisory Committee on Promotion and Tenure. The faculty members were nominated by electronic balloting from eligible individuals across the University. They join six other faculty members who will continue on the committee for another year.
The newest members for academic years 2022-23 and 2023-24 are:
- College of Arts and Sciences (Humanities – Electorate 2): Amanda Eubanks Winkler, professor and department chair, art and music histories
- College of Engineering and Computer Science (Electorate 5): Chilukuri Mohan, professor of electrical engineering and computer science
- Falk College (Electorate 6): Katherine McDonald, professor of public health
- The Newhouse School (Electorate 10): Anne Osborne, professor of communications
- The Whitman School (Electorate 11): Amber Anand, Edward Pettinella professor of finance
- School of Visual and Performing Arts (Electorate 12): Kendall Phillips, professor, communication and rhetorical studies
Committee members who are continuing to serve for the second year of their two-year terms during the 2022-23 academic year are:
- School of Architecture (Electorate 1): Jean-François Bédard, professor of architecture
- Arts and Sciences (Sciences – Electorate 3): Aesoon Park, professor of psychology
- School of Education (Electorate 4): Jing Lei, interim associate dean for academic affairs and professor of instructional design, development and evaluation
- School of Information Studies (Electorate 7): Jeff Stanton, professor of information studies
- College of Law (Electorate 8): Lauryn Gouldin, Crandall Melvin Professor of Law
- The Maxwell School (Electorate 9): Shana Gadarian, professor and chair, political science
The committee is composed of tenured professors drawn from 12 electorates aligned with the faculties of 11 of 12 schools and colleges. The College of Arts and Sciences has two electorates: one for faculty in the sciences and one for faculty in the humanities. The College of Professional Studies is not represented on the committee. Committee members serve staggered two-year terms and are not eligible to serve two terms consecutively.
The committee is chaired by Provost Gretchen Ritter and is convened by Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs Jamie Winders. It also includes the University’s Vice President for Research Duncan Brown.
Additional information about the committee, its composition and its operations can be found in the frequently asked questions document on the provost’s website.