Faculty Promotions and Tenure Appointments

Sent Wednesday, April 11, 2018

To the Campus Community:

I am pleased to report the following promotions and tenure appointments approved by the Board of Governors at their meeting on Tuesday, April 10:

FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Chemistry
Dr. Catherine Grgicak, Associate Professor (reappointment with tenure)

Economics
Dr. Noha Emara, Associate Professor

Philosophy
Dr. Eric Chwang, Associate Professor

Political Science
Dr. Maureen Donaghy, Associate Professor

Public Policy and Administration
Dr. Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn, Associate Professor

Spanish
Dr. Prospero Garcia, Associate Professor

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Management
Dr. Rong Ma, Associate Professor

SCHOOL OF NURSING

Dr. Donna Nickitas, Professor I

RUTGERS LAW SCHOOL

Prof. Katie Eyer, Professor I
Prof. Stacy Hawkins, Professor I
Prof. Margo Kaplan, Professor I

Law Library
Prof. Charlotte Schneider, Librarian II
Prof. Nancy Talley, Librarian II
Prof. Genevieve Tung, Librarian II

PAUL ROBESON LIBRARY

Prof. Zara Wilkinson, Librarian II

I am additionally pleased to report that I have authorized the following non-tenure track promotions:

FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Dr. Sara Becker, Assistant Teaching Professor (teacher preparation)
Dr. Julianne Griepenburg, Assistant Teaching Professor (physics)
Prof. Ann Heidelberg, Assistant Teaching Professor (teacher preparation)
Prof. Timothy Knievel, Assistant Teaching Professor (political science)
Prof. Tracie Paulson, Assistant Teaching Professor (biology)
Dr. Harry Rhea, Associate Teaching Professor (criminal justice)
Dr. Joseph Schiavo, Teaching Professor (music)

SCHOOL OF NURSING

Dr. Renee Cantwell, Clinical Associate Professor
Dr. Kevin Emmons, Clinical Associate Professor

This is an impressive slate of promotions for our campus, and represents the extraordinary caliber of our faculty at every stage of their careers. The excellence of these scholars advances Rutgers University–Camden’s international reputation for outstanding research, teaching, and service. We all have reason to be very proud of their superior efforts and accomplishments.

Please join me in extending warm congratulations to these faculty colleagues.

Additional candidates have yet to be evaluated. It is likely that further recommendations will be presented to the Board of Governors during its regularly scheduled June meeting.

It is in no small part due to the strength of our faculty that I also am able to report that the Board of Governors approved the creation of an interdisciplinary undergraduate major in global studies that will be offered by the College of Arts and Sciences, pending approval by the New Jersey Presidents’ Council.

Phoebe A. Haddon, J.D., LL.M.
Chancellor

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