7 faculty appointments approved
Faculty appointments, with tenure, approved included:
Jeffrey R. Edwards from the University of Virginia will become associate professor of organizational behavior and human resource management, effective Sept. 1.
David William Cohen from Northwestern University will become professor of history and of anthropology, effective
Edwin M. Curley from the University of Illinois at Chicago will become professor of philosophy, effective Sept. 1.
Marjorie Levinson from the University of Pennsylvania will become professor of English, effective Sept. 1.
James R. Corbett from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center will become professor of internal medicine, effective July 16.
Steven C. Dronen from the University of Cincinnati will become associate professor of surgery, effective July 16.
Alexander J. Ninfa, from Wayne State University, will become associate professor of biological chemistry, effective Sept. 1.
Administrative appointments okd
Administrative appointments approved included:
Gene E. Smith, professor of mechanical engineering, was reappointed assistant dean of the College of Engineering for a three-year term, effective Sept. 1.
Ronald F. Fleming, professor of nuclear engineering, was reappointed director of the Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project for a four and one-half year term, effective Feb. 1, 1994.
J. Bernard Machen, professor of dentistry, was reappointed dean of the School of Dentistry for a five-year term, effective Oct. 1, 1994.
Violet H. Barkauskas, associate professor of nursing, was reappointed associate dean for administration, School of Nursing, for a three-year term, effective July 1.
Noreen M. Clark, professor in the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education, was reappointed chair of her department for a three-year term, effective Sept. 1.
2 Med Sci I auditoriums will be refurbished
The following building renovation projects were approved:
Ted Spencer approved as admissions chief
The appointment of Theodore L. Spencer as director of undergraduate admissions was approved, effective Aug. 1, for a five-year term.
Spencer joined the U-M in 1989 as associate director of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. In that role he was responsible for developing and implementing programs to recruit both new and transfer students. He was named interim director in June 1992.