FHSU faculty receive tenure, promotion

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Twenty-one faculty members at Fort Hays State University who have been promoted, granted tenure or both will be recognized at a reception at 3 p.m. Tuesday, April 28, in the Memorial Union's Black and Gold Room.

Six faculty members were granted tenure and promoted to the listed academic rank.
Dr. Lorie Cook-Benjamin, associate professor of teacher education.
Dr. Darrell Hamlin, associate professor of justice studies.
Dr. Yasuhiro Kobayashi, associate professor of biological sciences.
Dr. Jack Maseberg, associate professor of physics.
Dr. Joseph Romance, associate professor of political science.
Dr. Samuel Schreyer, associate professor of economics, finance and accounting.

Two faculty members were granted tenure.
Dr. Eric Deyo, assistant professor of physics.
Dr. Lane Weaver, assistant professor of music and theatre.

Thirteen faculty members were promoted to the academic rank listed.
Dr. S. Christopher Bennett, professor of biological sciences.
Dr. Jennifer Bonds-Raacke, professor of psychology.
Dr. Emily Breit, associate professor of economics, finance and accounting.
Dr. Connie Eigenmann, professor of communication studies.
Dr. Brent Goertzen, professor of leadership studies.
Dr. Patricia Griffin, associate professor of communication studies.
Dr. Carrol Haggard, professor of communication studies.
Dr. Dan Kulmala, professor of modern languages.
Matt Means, associate professor of music and theatre.
Dr. Carl Miller, associate professor of philosophy.
Dr. Richard Packauskas, professor of biological sciences.
Dr. Kathleen Sanders, professor of advanced education programs.
Dr. Beth Walizer, professor of teacher education.

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