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KU announces faculty sabbaticals for 2015-16

Friday, May 08, 2015

LAWRENCE — Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little has approved 59 sabbaticals for the following faculty at the University of Kansas.

University of Kansas Lawrence and Edwards campuses

  • Deborah Adams, social welfare, fall 2015
  • Glenn Adams, psychology, academic year 2015-2016
  • Christopher Anderson, business, spring 2016
  • Santa Arias, Spanish & Portuguese, fall 2015
  • Cindy Berrie, chemistry, spring 2016
  • Geoff Bohling, Kansas Geological Survey, spring 2016
  • Nancy Brady, speech, language & hearing: science & disorders, fall 2015
  • J. Christopher Brown, geography, academic year 2015-2016
  • Paulyn Cartwright, ecology & evolutionary biology, spring 2016
  • Cynthia Colwell Dunn, music, fall 2015
  • Kathryn Conrad, English, fall 2015
  • Lynn Davidman, sociology, fall 2015
  • Pascal Deboeck, psychology, spring 2016
  • Ben Eggleston, philosophy, fall 2015
  • Christopher Forth, history/humanities & western civilization, spring 2016
  • Mary Fry, health, sport & exercise sciences, spring 2016
  • Mugur Geana, journalism & mass communication, fall 2015
  • Jane Gibson, anthropology, fall 2015
  • Andrew Gill, electrical engineering & computer science, spring 2016
  • Vince Gnojek, music, fall 2015
  • Luis Gonzalez, geology, spring 2016
  • J. Megan Greene, history, spring 2016
  • Peter Grund, English, academic year 2015-2016
  • Jeffrey Hall, communication studies, fall 2015
  • Weizhang Huang, mathematics, spring 2016
  • Scott Jenkins, philosophy, fall 2015
  • Maki Kaneko, history of art, fall 2015
  • John Kennedy, political science, fall 2015
  • ChangHwan Kim, sociology, academic year 2015-2016
  • Richard Levy, law, fall 2015
  • Elizabeth MacGonagle, history/African & African-American studies, fall 2015
  • Charles Marsh, journalism, spring 2016
  • Craig Martin, ecology & evolutionary biology, fall 2015
  • Craig McLaughlin, aerospace engineering, fall 2015
  • Amy McNair, history of art, academic year 2015-2016
  • Anil Misra; civil, environmental & architectural engineering; spring 2016
  • Ludwin Molina, psychology, spring 2016
  • Minae Mure, chemistry, spring 2016
  • Bozenna Pasik-Duncan, mathematics, spring 2016
  • Renee Perelmutter, Slavic languages & literatures, fall 2015
  • David Petr, electrical engineering & computer science, spring 2016
  • Jennifer Roberts, geology, fall 2015
  • Gregory Rudnick, physics & astronomy, academic year 2015-2016
  • Argun Saatcioglu, educational leadership & policy studies, spring 2016
  • Aaron Scurto, chemical & petroleum engineering, academic year 2015-2016
  • Kapila Silva, architecture, spring 2016
  • Atanas Stefanov, mathematics, spring 2016
  • Ward Thompson, chemistry, spring 2016
  • Peter Ukpokodu, African & African-American studies, spring 2016
  • Erik Van Vleck, mathematics, fall 2015
  • Eric Vernberg, applied behavioral science/psychology, fall 2015
  • Barney Warf, geography, spring 2016
  • Graham Wilson, physics & astronomy, fall 2015
  • Ketty Wong-Cruz, music, spring 2016
  • “Diana” Yan Wu, business, academic year 2015-2016
  • Hui Xiao, east Asian languages & cultures, fall 2015
  • Xinmai Yang, mechanical engineering, fall 2015.

 

University of Kansas Medical Center

  • Karen Miller, School of Nursing, fall 2015
  • Joseph Tash, molecular & integrative physiology, academic year 2015-2016.
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