Ad hoc committees have been formed to consider the tenurability of six faculty members: Davide Cervone,
mathematics; Presha Neidermeyer, Graduate Management Institute;
William Keat, mechanical engineering; Dianne McMullen,
performing arts; William Finlay, performing arts; and Edward Pavlic, English.
Members of the campus community wishing to
offer written or oral testimony about a candidate's teaching,
scholarship or college service should contact the chair of the
For Cervone, members are Brenda Johnson,
mathematics; Leslie Hull, chemistry; Ekram Hassib, electrical
engineering/computer science; and Alan Bowman, GMI, chair.
For Neidermeyer, Rudy Nydegger, GMI; David
Gerhan, Schaffer Library; Susan Niefield, mathematics; and Mark
Walker, history, chair.
For Keat, Ann Anderson, mechanical engineering;
Michael Rudko, electrical engineering/computer science;
Kenneth DeBono, psychology; and Harold Fried, economics, chair.
For McMullen, Louisa Matthew, visual arts;
Sigrid Kellenter, modern languages; Mohammad Mafi, civil
engineering; and Martin Strosberg, GMI, chair.
For Finlay, James McCord, English; Linda Cool,
anthropology; Barbara Danowski, biology; and Ruth Stevenson,
For Pavlic, Harry Marten, English; Karen Brison,
anthropology; Donald Rodbell, geology; and William Garcia,
modern languages, chair.