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KU announces Lawrence faculty sabbaticals for 2019-2020

Tuesday, June 04, 2019

LAWRENCE — Chancellor Douglas A. Girod has approved sabbatical leave for the following 52 faculty members at the University of Kansas Lawrence campus:

  • The iconic entry of Strong Hall, the administrative building of the University of KansasNorman Akers, visual art, academic year 2019-2020
  • Yoshi Azuma, molecular biosciences, fall 2019
  • Reza Barati, chemical & petroleum engineering, academic year 2019-2020
  • Robert Bayliss, Spanish & Portuguese, fall 2019
  • David Braaten, geography & atmospheric science, academic year 2019-2020
  • Hannah Britton, women, gender & sexuality studies and political science, fall 2019
  • Hongyi Cai, civil, environmental & architectural engineering, fall 2019
  • Zongwu Cai, economics, fall 2019
  • Jacob Dakon, music education & music therapy, spring 2020
  • Mariana De Oliveira Farah, music-choral, spring 2020
  • Bartholomew Dean, anthropology, fall 2019
  • Abbey Dvorak, music education & music therapy, spring 2020
  • Dietrich Earnhart, economics, fall 2019
  • Jin Feng, mathematics, spring 2020
  • Andy Fry, health, sport & exercise sciences, spring 2020
  • Dan Gailey, music-jazz, fall 2019
  • Sara Gregg, history and environmental studies, spring 2020
  • Deanna Hanson-Abromeit, music education & music therapy, fall 2019
  • Tanya Hartman, visual art, spring 2020
  • Virginia Harper Ho, law, fall 2019
  • Tim Hossler, design, academic year 2019-2020
  • Sheyda Jahanbani, history, fall 2019
  • Marike Janzen, humanities, spring 2020
  • Yunfeng Jiang, mathematics, fall 2019
  • Allard Jongman, linguistics, spring 2020
  • Mark Joslyn, political science, fall 2019
  • Megan Kaminski, English, spring 2020
  • Rachel Krause, public affairs & administration, fall 2019
  • Jonathan Mayhew, Spanish & Portuguese, spring 2020
  • Keith McMahon, East Asian languages & cultures, spring 2020
  • Brent Metz, anthropology, spring 2020
  • Laura Moriarty, English, academic year 2019-2020
  • Shannon O'Lear, geography & atmospheric science and environmental studies, fall 2019
  • Paul Outka, English, fall 2019
  • Meagan Patterson, educational psychology, fall 2019
  • David Rahn, geography & atmospheric science, spring 2020
  • Sarah Robins, philosophy, fall 2019
  • Byron Santangelo, English and environmental studies, fall 2019
  • Becky Schulte, KU Libraries, spring 2020
  • Frederic Sellet, anthropology, spring 2020
  • Joan Sereno, linguistics, spring 2020
  • Sergei Shandarin, physics & astronomy, spring 2020
  • Shuanglin Shao, mathematics, fall 2019
  • Antonio Simoes, Spanish & Portuguese, spring 2020
  • Paul Stock, sociology and environmental studies, academic year 2019-2020
  • James Thorp, ecology & evolutionary biology, Kansas Biological Survey, spring 2020
  • Antonio Tosta, Spanish & Portuguese, spring 2020
  • Jon Tunge, chemistry, spring 2020
  • Zhuo Wang, pharmaceutical chemistry, spring 2020
  • C. Bryan Young, civil, environmental & architectural engineering, academic year 2019-2020
  • Corey Yung, law, academic year 2019-2020
  • Zhongquan Charlie Zheng, aerospace engineering, fall 2019
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