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KU announces faculty sabbaticals for 2016-2017

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Strong Hall at the start of summerLAWRENCE — Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little has approved 55 sabbaticals for the following faculty and academic staff at the University of Kansas and KU Medical Center.

  • Giselle L. Anatol, English, fall 2016
  • Victor Bailey, history and Hall Center for the Humanities, fall 2016
  • Phil Baringer, physics & astronomy, spring 2017
  • Christina Bejarano, political science, fall 2016
  • Anthony Bolden, African & African-American studies, fall 2016
  • Rafe Brown, ecology & evolutionary biology and Biodiversity Institute, fall 2016
  • Clinton Chadwick, business, spring 2017
  • Raghunath Vitthal Chaudhari, chemical & petroleum engineering, fall 2016
  • Jonathan Clark, history, spring 2017
  • Katherine Clark, history, fall 2016
  • Heather Desaire, chemistry, fall 2016
  • Christopher Drahozal, law, academic year 2016-17
  • Charles Eldredge, history of art, spring 2017
  • Tamara Falicov, film & media studies, fall 2016
  • Saeed Farokhi, aerospace engineering, fall 2016
  • Ken Fischer, mechanical engineering, fall 2016
  • Bruce Frey, educational psychology, fall 2016
  • Elizabeth Friis, mechanical engineering, fall 2016
  • Veronica Garibotto, Spanish & Portuguese, fall 2016
  • Jie Han, civil, environmental & architectural engineering, spring 2017
  • Jack Hofman, anthropology, academic year 2016-17
  • Christopher Johnson, music, spring 2017
  • Shawn Keshmiri, aerospace engineering, spring 2017
  • Marni Kessler, history of art, spring 2017
  • KC Kong, physics & astronomy, academic year 2016-17
  • Michael Krueger, visual art, fall 2016
  • Brian Laird, chemistry, fall 2016
  • Tracey LaPierre, sociology, fall 2016
  • Yan Li, East Asian languages & cultures, spring 2017
  • Bo Luo, electrical engineering & computer science, spring 2017
  • Stephen McAllister, law, fall 2016
  • Mikhail Medvedev, physics & astronomy, spring 2017
  • Utako Minai, linguistics, spring 2017
  • Andreas Moeller, geology, academic year 2016-17
  • Scott Murphy, music, academic year 2016-17
  • David Neely, music, academic year 2016-17
  • Karen Nordheden, chemical & petroleum engineering, spring 2017
  • Ebenezer Obadare, sociology, fall 2016
  • Robert Rohrschneider, political science, fall 2016
  • Brian Rosenblum, KU Libraries, July 17, 2016, to December 17, 2016
  • Rebecca Rovit, theatre, academic year 2016-17
  • Misty Schieberle, English, fall 2016
  • Emma Scioli, classics, spring 2017
  • David N. Smith, sociology, spring 2017
  • Marylee Southard, chemical & petroleum engineering, fall 2016
  • Phil Stinson, classics, fall 2016
  • Denise Stone, visual art, fall 2016
  • Linda Stone-Ferrier, history of art, fall 2016
  • David Alan Street, music, fall 2016
  • Xuemin Tu, mathematics, fall 2016
  • Svetlana Vassileva-Karagyozova, Slavic languages & literatures, spring 2017
  • David Weis, chemistry, spring 2017
  • Kyoim Yun, East Asian languages & cultures, academic year 2016-17
  • Jane Zhao, business, fall 2016.

KU Medical Center

  • Beth Levant, Department of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Therapeutics, fall 2016.
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