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Regents Roundup

The following items were approved by the Board of Regents at its May 14 meeting.

Bids to be issued for new Law School academic building and commons

The planned new academic building for the Law School and the Law School commons addition to Hutchins Hall received final approval from the Board of Regents on Thursday. When completed in the spring of 2012, the new academic building will house classrooms, multi-purpose and clinic work spaces, and offices for law school faculty and administrators. The new commons addition will provide needed student study, interaction and support spaces. Additionally, the project will include life safety upgrades to Hutchins Hall and the Cook Library. Gifts, investment proceeds, and Law School resources will fund the $102 million project.

Faculty appointments

Samuel Bagenstos, professor of law, with tenure, Law School, effective Sept. 1.

Daniel Crane, professor of law, with tenure, Law School, effective Sept. 1.

Dr. Raymond Douglas, associate professor of ophthalmology and visual sciences, with tenure, Medical School, effective June 15.

Kristina Hakansson, promotion to associate professor of chemistry, with tenure, LSA, effective Sept. 1, 2009.

Dr. Joseph Kolars, professor of internal medicine, with tenure, and senior associate dean for education and global initiatives, Medical School, effective June 1.

Mark Rosentraub, professor of kinesiology, with tenure, and Bickner Chair of Kinesiology, School of Kinesiology, effective Sept. 1.

Marto Schlanger, professor of law, with tenure, Law School, effective Sept. 1.

David Sept, associate professor of biomedical engineering, with tenure, College of Engineering, effective Sept. 1.

Named professorships

Rajeev Batra, Sebastian S. Kresge Professor of Marketing, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, effective June 1, 2009-May 31, 2014.

Dr. Edward Bove, Helen F. and Marvin M. Kirsh Professor of Cardiac Surgery, Medical School, effective Aug. 1, 2009-Aug. 31, 2014.

Dr. Avraham Eisbruch, Newman Family Professor of Radiation Oncology, Medical School, effective May 1, 2009-Aug. 31, 2014.

Robert Smith, Altarum/ERIM Russell D. O'Neal Professor of Engineering, College of Engineering, effective June 1, 2009-Aug. 31, 2012.

Administrative appointments

Laura Blake Jones, associate vice president for student affairs and dean of students, Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, effective July 13.

Kathryn Huss, interim co-director, U-M Museum of Art, effective June 1-Dec. 31.

Mary Ruffolo, associate dean for educational programs, School of Social Work, effective June 1-Dec. 31.

Raymond Silverman, interim co-director, U-M Museum of Art, effective June 1-Dec. 31.

Ruth Slavin, interim co-director, U-M Museum of Art, effective June 1-Dec. 31.

Kathleen Sutcliffe, associate dean for faculty development and research, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, effective June 1, 2009-May 31, 2010.

Robert Taylor, associate dean for research, School of Social Work, effective Sept. 1-Dec. 31.

John Tropman, associate dean for faculty and academic affairs, School of Social Work, effective June 1-Dec. 31.

Retirements

Dr. Dorit Adler, professor of radiology in the Medical School, effective May 31. Adler joined the faculty in 1984. She is recognized as a leading national authority in the field of breast imaging and has authored more than 70 publications and seven book chapters. Adler also served as a guest examiner in breast radiology for the American Board of Radiology and in 1994 was named by Working Woman Magazine as one of the top 16 radiologists in the country, specializing in mammography.

Robert Fakler, associate professor of mathematics, College of Arts, Sciences and Letters, UM-Dearborn, effective April 30. Fakler joined the faculty in 1972 and has served on the Dearborn campus executive committee of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and the Academic Affairs Advisory Committee. He is known as an expert in the area of geometric probability and has influenced many engineering, science, and mathematics students through his teaching of the pre-calculus and calculus sequence.

A. Roberto Frisancho, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, professor of anthropology in LSA, and research professor in the Center for Human Growth and Development, effective May 31. Frisancho joined the faculty in 1969 and has authored six books, including human adaptation books considered to be the essential texts for advanced courses in the field. In 2008 he was awarded the Human Biology Association's highest honor, the Franz Boas Distinguished Achievement Award.

John Gland, professor of chemistry and applied physics in LSA, effective May 31. Gland joined the faculty in 1988 and pioneered a method for characterizing absorbed monolayers and surface reactions in reactive atmospheres. He served on the editorial advisory board of the science journal Langmuir and was awarded the Giuseppe Parravano Award in Catalysis from the Michigan Catalysis Society.

Thomas Green, John Philip Dawson Collegiate Professor of Law and professor of law, Law School, and professor of history, LSA, effective May 31. Green joined the university in 1972 and served as president-elect of the American Society for Legal History. He has been the director of the Colloquium on the History of Law in Western Society since 1979 and served as a member of the Council of the North American Conference on British studies.

Srinika Jayaratne, professor of social work in the School of Social Work, effective May 31. Jayaratne joined the faculty in 1979 and served as assistant dean for research, associate dean, and associate dean of faculty affairs at various points in his career. In 2008, he was honored with a Fulbright Award to continue research in Sri Lanka. He served as investigator or co-investigator on many research projects and has published extensively including journal articles, books, and book chapters.

Alan Krisch, professor of physics in LSA, effective May 31. Krisch joined the faculty in 1964 and did extensive work on the internal structure of the proton, more recently focusing on spin effects in high energy collisions. His Spin Physics Center led to the development of the world's first high-energy, polarized proton beams. He also served on the University Research Opportunities Program Advisory Committee and was honored with a Guggenheim Fellowship and election as a fellow of the American Physical Society.

John Lawler, associate professor of linguistics in LSA, effective May 31. Lawler joined the university in 1973 and has authored several software applications including the widely-known "Chomskybot." In 1992 he was awarded a Unanimous Resolution of Gratitude from the Linguistic Society of America and received the Excellence in Education Award from LSA in 1991, '92, and '93.

Richard Raymond, assistant research scientist, LSA, effective March 31. Raymond joined the university in 1982 and his research focused on the effects of a proton's spin on its high energy collisions with other protons or nuclei. His research was featured in 32 publications as well as many conferences and symposia. He also served as a dedicated mentor for all undergraduate and graduate students who worked in the Spin Physics Center.

Brett Seabury, associate professor of social work in the School of Social Work, effective May 31. Seabury joined the faculty in 1975 and has practiced social work in mental health and child welfare settings as well as in the U.S. Army. His primary research has been interpersonal practice. He has published many journal articles, books, and book chapters, and has presented national and international papers and lectures.

Marilyn Shatz, professor of psychology and professor of linguistics in LSA effective May 31. Shatz joined the university in 1977 and from 1995-2000 directed the Program in Linguistics. She then chaired the Department of Linguistics from 2000-01. She also founded the Consortium for Language, Society, and Thought in 2000 and directed it until 2006. She has been honored with several awards including a Guggenheim Fellowship and a Fulbright Award.

Vitalij Shevoroshkin, professor of linguistics and professor of Slavic languages and literatures in LSA, effective May 31. Shevoroshkin joined the faculty in 1979 and has authored many books, articles, and edited a seminal series of books. He served as a member of the USSR Academy of Sciences and has been honored for his work on ancient languages, including a University Faculty Recognition Award.

A.W. Brian Simpson, Charles F. and Edith J. Clyne Professor of Law and professor of law, Law School, effective May 31. Simpson joined the university in 1987 and recently published his ninth book. He received a Doctorate of Civil Laws from Oxford University in 1976 and was elected a fellow of the British Academy in 1983 and to the Council of Selden Society in 1993. In 1995 he was made an honorary fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford.

Jeffrey Stern, professor of psychology, College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, UM-Dearborn, effective April 30. Stern joined the university in 1969 and did extensive work in the area of physiological psychology. His work on neuroendocrine regulation has led to applications for the treatment of human obesity. He also helped develop the health psychology specialization in the Master of Science in Psychology Program.

Marilyn Svejda, associate professor nursing in the School of Nursing, effective May 31. Svejda joined the faculty in 1981 and served as coordinator of the Infant, Child, and Adolescent Health Track in the School of Nursing for 22 years. She also served as the project director for the Initiative for Excellence in Clinical, Education, Practice, and Scholarship, leading a partnership between the School of Nursing and the U-M Health System.

B. Alan Taylor, professor of mathematics in LSA, effective May 31. Taylor joined the university in 1965 with primary research in complex analysis. He has co-authored more than 120 papers. He served two terms as department chair between 1994 and 2001 and oversaw the establishment of the Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics Graduate Program. He was instrumental in establishing Mathematics Career Day and the Mathematics Awards Ceremony.

James Turner, professor of architecture in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning, effective May 31. Turner joined the faculty in 1976 and was a member of the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA) and received ACADIA's Award of Excellence in Teaching in 2002. He served on the undergraduate admissions committee for nearly a decade and was interim chair of the Doctoral Program in Architecture in 2000-01.

G. Joseph Vining, Harry Burns Hutchins Collegiate Professor of Law and professor of law, Law School, effective May 31. Vining joined the university in 1969 and has published four books with work focusing on connections of law, science, religion, and human nature. He was a resident fellow at the Rockefeller Foundation in Bellagio in 1997 and is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Law Institute.

Walter Weber, Jr., Gordon Maskew Fair and Earnest Boyce Distinguished University Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering, professor of civil engineering, environmental engineering and chemical engineering in the College of Engineering, effective May 31. Weber joined the faculty in 1963 and was the founding director of the College of Engineering Academic Program of Concentration in Environmental Sustainability and established generous endowments in his name.

Gernot Windfuhr, professor of Iranian studies in LSA, effective May 31. Windfuhr joined the university in 1966 and authored a pioneering textbook for teaching modern Persian language, used throughout the United States. He chaired the Department of Near Eastern Studies from 1977-87 and has had research funded by awards from the Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and the National Endowment for Humanities.

Paul Zitzewitz, professor of physics, College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters and professor of science education, School of Education, UM-Dearborn, effective April 30. Zitzewitz joined the faculty in 1973 and has authored four integrated science textbooks. He chaired the Department of Natural Sciences and was associate dean of the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters. He has received numerous awards including Dearborn's Distinguished Teaching Award in 2007.

Jens Zorn, professor of physics in LSA, effective May 31. Zorn joined the university in 1962 with research focusing on atomic and molecular physics. He was honored with the Amoco Foundation Faculty Teaching Award in 1994. He is a fellow of the American Physical Society and co-chaired the 1990 International Conference on Atomic Physics. He also assisted with the construction of large, welded, bronze sculptures displayed on campus.

Regents approve faculty promotions

At the May 14 meeting, the Board of Regents approved recommendations for tenure and/or promotion of faculty members on the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses.

A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning

Peter von Buelow, associate professor of architecture, with tenure

School of Art and Design

Michael Rodemer, professor of art and design, with tenure

Hannah Smotrich, associate professor of art and design, with tenure

Nicholas Tobier, associate professor of art and design, with tenure

Stephen M. Ross School of Business

Hyun-Soo Ahn, associate professor of operations and management science, with tenure

Amy Dittmar, associate professor of finance, with tenure

Robert Dittmar, associate professor of finance, with tenure

Haitao Li, professor of finance, with tenure

Puneet Manchanda, professor of marketing, with tenure

Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks, associate professor of management and organizations, with tenure

Lu Zhang, professor of finance, with tenure

School of Dentistry

Vesa Matti Kaartinen, associate professor of dentistry, with tenure

George Wesley Taylor, professor of dentistry, with tenure, School of Dentistry, and professor of epidemiology, without tenure, School of Public Health

School of Education

Michael Bastedo, associate professor of education, with tenure

Stephen DesJardins, professor of education, with tenure

Eric Dey, professor of education, with tenure

Elizabeth Moje, professor of education, with tenure

College of Engineering

Michael Leimohn, associate professor of atmospheric, oceanic and space sciences, with tenure

Aaron Ridley, associate professor of atmospheric, oceanic and space sciences, with tenure

Michael Mayer, associate professor of biomedical engineering, with tenure, and associate professor of chemical engineering, without tenure

Michael Solomon, professor of chemical engineering, with tenure, and professor of macromolecular science and engineering, without tenure

Vineet Kamat, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, with tenure

Jerome P. Lynch, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, with tenure, and associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science, without tenure

Anna Michalak, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, with tenure, and associate professor of atmospheric, oceanic and space sciences, without tenure

Todd Austin, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, with tenure

Valeria Bertacco, associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science, with tenure

Mahta Moghaddam, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, with tenure

Amy Cohn, associate professor of industrial and operations engineering, with tenure

Jinsang Kim, associate professor of materials science and engineering, with tenure; associate professor of chemical engineering, without tenure; associate professor of biomedical engineering, without tenure, and associate professor of macromolecular science and engineering, without tenure

Steve Yalisove, professor of materials science and engineering, with tenure

Angela Violi, associate professor of mechanical engineering, with tenure, associate professor of chemical engineering, without tenure, and professor of biomedical engineering, without tenure

School of Information

Mark Ackerman, professor of information, with tenure, School of Information, and professor of electrical engineering and computer science, without tenure, College of Engineering

Dragomir Radev, professor of information, with tenure, School of Information, and professor of linguistics, without tenure, LSA (also associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science, without tenure, College of Engineering)

School of Kinesiology

Jason Winfree, associate professor of kinesiology, with tenure

Law School

Alicia Davis Evans, professor of law, with tenure

College of Literature, Science, and the Arts

Angela Dillard, professor of Afroamerican and African studies, with tenure, and professor of Residential College, without tenure

David Doris, associate professor of Afroamerican and African studies, with tenure, and associate professor of History of Art, with tenure

Amal Hassan Fadlalla, associate professor of Afroamerican and African studies, with tenure, and associate professor of women's studies, with tenure

Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes, associate professor of American culture, with tenure, and associate professor of romance languages and literatures, with tenure

Jonathan Zwicker, associate professor of Asian languages and cultures, with tenure

Sally Oey, associate professor of astronomy, with tenure

Zhan Chen, professor of chemistry, with tenure (also associate professor of macromolecular science and engineering, without tenure, College of Engineering)

Adam Matzger, professor of chemistry, with tenure (also associate professor of macromolecular science and engineering, without tenure, College of Engineering)

Nils Walter, professor of chemistry, with tenure

Sara Ahbel-Rappe, professor of Greek and Latin, with tenure

Benjamin Fortson, associate professor of classical studies, with tenure, and associate professor of linguistics, without tenure

Nicola Terrenato, professor of classical archaeology, with tenure

Christi Ann Merrill, associate professor of comparative literature, with tenure, and associate professor of Asian languages and cultures, with tenure

Paul Dunlap, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, with tenure

Jianzhi Zhang, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, with tenure

Daniel S. Silverman, associate professor of economics, with tenure

Jennifer Wenzel, associate professor of English language and literature, with tenure

Andrea Zemgulys, associate professor of English language and literature, with tenure

Kerstin Barndt, associate professor of Germanic languages and literatures, with tenure

Stephen DeBacker, professor of mathematics, with tenure

Harm Derksen, professor of mathematics, with tenure

Daniel Forger, associate professor of mathematics, with tenure

Mattias Jonsson, professor of mathematics, with tenure

Amy Chang, associate professor of molecular, cellular, and developmental biology, with tenure

Matthew Chapman, associate professor of molecular, cellular, and developmental biology, with tenure

Jonathan Demb, associate professor of molecular, cellular, and developmental biology, with tenure, LSA, and associate professor of ophthalmology and visual sciences, with tenure, Medical School

Anuj Kumar, associate professor of molecular, cellular, and developmental biology, with tenure

Janine Maddock, professor of molecular, cellular, and developmental biology, with tenure

Pamela Brandwein, professor of political science, with tenure

Vincent Hutchings, professor of political science, with tenure

Robert Mickey, associate professor of political science, with tenure

JulieBoland, professor of psychology, with tenure, and professor of linguistics, with tenure

Rachael Seidler, associate professor of psychology, with tenure, LSA, and associate professor of kinesiology, with tenure, School of Kinesiology

Oscar Ybarra, professor of psychology, with tenure

Vincenzo Binetti, professor of Italian, with tenure

David Caron, professor of French, with tenure, and professor of women's studies, without tenure

Olga Maiorova, associate professor of Slavic languages and literatures, with tenure

Jennifer Barber, professor of sociology, with tenure

Genevieve Zubrzycki, associate professor of sociology, with tenure

Edward Ionides, associate professor of statistics, with tenure

Elizaveta Levina, associate professor of statistics, with tenure

Medical School

Dr. Carmen Green, professor of anesthesiology, with tenure

Dr. Andrew Rosenberg, associate professor of anesthesiology, with tenure, and associate professor of Internal Medicine, without tenure

Roland Kwok, associate professor of biological chemistry, without tenure (also associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology, with tenure)

Bruce Palfey, associate professor of biological chemistry, with tenure

Raymond Trievel, associate professor of biological chemistry, with tenure

Kristen Verhey, associate professor of cell and developmental Biology, with tenure

Dr. Caroline Richardson, associate professor of family medicine, with tenure

Julie Douglas, associate professor of Human Genetics, with tenure

Noah Rosenberg, associate professor of human genetics, with tenure, Medical School, associate professor of biostatistics, without tenure, School of Public Health, and associate professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, without tenure, LSA

Dr. Caroline Blaum, professor of internal medicine, with tenure

Dr. Yuqing Eugene Chen, professor of internal medicine, with tenure

Dr. Crystal Gadegbeku, associate professor of internal medicine, with tenure

Susan Dorr Goold, professor of internal medicine, with tenure

Dr. Jennifer Griggs, associate professor of internal medicine, with tenure

Eve Kerr, professor of internal medicine, with tenure

Dr. Matthias Kretzler, professor of internal medicine, with tenure

Dr. Kenneth Langa, professor of internal medicine, with tenure, Medical School, and professor of health management and policy, without tenure, School of Public Health

Dr. Vallerie McLaughlin, professor of internal medicine, with tenure

Dr. David Miller, associate professor of internal medicine, with tenure, and associate professor of microbiology and immunology, without tenure

Dr. Brahmajee Nallamothu, associate professor of internal medicine, with tenure

Dr. Hakan Oral, professor of internal medicine, with tenure

Panduranga Rao, associate professor of internal medicine, with tenure

Raymond Yung, professor of internal medicine, with tenure

James Fitzgerald, professor of medical education, with tenure

Patricia Mullan, professor of medical education, with tenure

Tricia Tang, associate professor of medical education, with tenure

Jimo Borjigin, associate professor of molecular and integrative physiology, with tenure

Dr. Devin Brown, associate professor of neurology, with tenure

Dr. Benjamin Segal, professor of neurology, with tenure

Dr. Susan Elner, professor of ophthalmology and visual sciences, with tenure

Philip Gage, associate professor of ophthalmology and visual sciences, with tenure, and associate professor of Cell and Developmental Biology, without tenure

Dr. Christine Nelson, professor of ophthalmology and visual sciences, with tenure, and professor of surgery, without tenure

Dr. David Zacks, associate professor of ophthalmology, with tenure

Dr. Hussam El-Kashlan, professor of otorhinolaryngology, with tenure

Dr. Marci Lesperance, professor of otorhinolaryngology, with tenure

Dr. Jeffrey Terrell, professor of otorhinolaryngology, with tenure

Dr. Nisha D'Silva, associate professor of pathology, without tenure (also associate professor of periodontics and oral medicine, with tenure, School of Dentistry)

Dr. Kojo S.J. Elenitoba-Johnson, professor of pathology, with tenure

Dr. Laurie McCauley, professor of pathology, without tenure (also professor of periodontics and oral medicine, with tenure, School of Dentistry)

Dr. John D.E. Barks, professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases, with tenure

Dr. Robert Schumacher, professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases, with tenure

Dr. Thomas Shanley, professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases, with tenure

Jeffrey Martens, associate professor of pharmacology, with tenure

Amy Kilbourne, associate professor of psychiatry, with tenure

Cheryl King, professor of psychiatry, with tenure, Medical School, and professor of psychology, without tenure, LSA

Dr. Kinh Luan Dinh Phan, associate professor of psychiatry, with tenure

Dr. Morand Piert, associate professor of radiology, with tenure

Berkman Sahiner, associate professor of radiology, with tenure

Dr. Eric Devaney, associate professor of surgery, with tenure

Dr. Peter Henke, professor of surgery, with tenure

Dr. Arden Morris, associate professor of surgery, with tenure

Dr. Daniel Myers Jr., associate professor of surgery, with tenure, and associate professor of laboratory animal medicine, without tenure

Dr. Jeffrey Punch, professor of surgery, with tenure

Dr. Randall Sung, associate professor of surgery, with tenure

Dr. Edwin Wilkins, professor of surgery, with tenure

Dr. Brent Hollenbeck, associate professor of urology, with tenure

Dr. William Roberts, associate professor of urology, with tenure, Medical School, and associate professor of biomedical engineering, without tenure, College of Engineering

Dr. John Wei, professor of urology, with tenure

School of Music, Theatre & Dance

Mark Clague, associate professor of music, with tenure

Jason Corey, associate professor of music, with tenure

Charles Hiroshi Garrett, associate professor of music, with tenure

Beth Genné, professor of dance, with tenure, School of Music, Theatre & Dance, and professor of art history, without tenure, LSA

OyamO Gordon, professor of theatre and drama, with tenure

School of Natural Resources and Environment

Johannes Foufopoulos, associate professor of natural resources, with tenure, School of Natural Resources and Environment, and associate professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, without tenure, LSA

Robert Grese, professor of natural resources, with tenure

Rebecca Hardin, associate professor of natural resources, with tenure (also assistant professor of anthropology, LSA)

Andrew Hoffman, professor of natural resources and Environment, with tenure (also associate professor of business, without tenure, Stephen M. Ross School of Business)

Gregory Keoleian, professor of sustainable systems, with tenure

School of Nursing

Sonia Duffy, associate professor of nursing, with tenure

School of Public Health

Goncalo Abecasis, professor of biostatistics, with tenure

Bhramar Mukherjee, associate professor of biostatistics, with tenure

School of Social Work

Joseph Himle, associate professor of social work, with tenure, School of Social Work, and associate professor of psychiatry, without tenure, Medical School

Sean Joe, associate professor of social work, with tenure (also assistant professor of psychiatry, Medical School)

UM-Dearborn

Nancy Wrobel, professor of psychology, with tenure

William DeGenaro, associate professor of composition and rhetoric, with tenure

Timothy Kiska, associate professor of communications, with tenure

Erik Bond, associate professor of English literature, with tenure

Sheila Rose Smith, associate professor of chemistry, with tenure

David Susko, associate professor of biological sciences, with tenure

Camron Amin, professor of history, with tenure

Joe Lunn, professor of history, with tenure

Ahmad A. Rahman, associate professor of history, with tenure

A. Trevor Thrall, associate professor of political science, with tenure

Susan Everett, associate professor of education, with tenure

Charu Chandra, professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, with tenure

Xiangyang Li, associate professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, with tenure

Armen Zakarian, professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, with tenure

Hong-Tae Kang, associate professor of mechanical engineering, with tenure

Nianyun (Kelly) Cai, associate professor of accounting and finance, with tenure

UM-Flint

Heather Seipke, associate professor of communication, with tenure

Christine Waters, professor of art, with tenure

Michael Farmer, associate professor of computer science, with tenure

Kenneth Litwin, associate professor of criminal justice, with tenure

Aviva Batya Dorfman, associate professor of education, with tenure

Rose Casement, professor of education, with tenure

Patricia Ann Gallant, associate professor of education, with tenure

Donna Kay Fry, professor of physical therapy, with tenure

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