Ten faculty members have been appointed as assistant professors: Victor Cazares, psychology; Allison Gill, biology; Kerry-Ann Green, chemistry; Olia Kim, Russian; Carlos Macias Prieto, Spanish; Sarah Rara, art; Henrik Ronellenfitsch, physics; Tyran Steward, history; Benjamin Twagira, history; and Ricardo Wilson II, English.
Three faculty members have been appointed as associate professors with tenure: Pamela Jakiela, economics; Owen Ozier, economics; and Jan Padios, American studies.
Seven faculty members have been promoted to the position of associate professor with tenure: Michelle Apotsos, art; Corinna Campbell, music; Charlie Doret, physics; Susan Godlonton, economics; Leo Goldmakher, mathematics; Pamela Harris, mathematics; and Greg Phelan, economics.
Seven faculty members have been promoted to full professorships: Jessica Chapman, history; Lisa Gilbert, geosciences; Christopher Goh, chemistry; Jacqueline Hidalgo, Latina/o/x studies and religion; LeRhonda (Rhon) S. Manigault-Bryant, Africana studies; Ashok Rai, economics; Neil Roberts, Africana studies; and Fred Strauch, physics.
Eight faculty have received new named chair positions: Daniel Aalberts is the Kennedy P. Richardson ’71 Professor of Physics; Stephen Freund is the John B. McCoy and John T. McCoy Professor of Computer Science; Marc Gotlieb is the Halvorsen Director of the Graduate Program in Art History; John Limon is the John Hawley Roberts Professor of English; Susan Loepp is the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Mathematics; Lucie Schmidt, is the John J. Gibson Professor of Economics; Eiko Siniawer is the Class of 1955 Memorial Professor of History; and Steven Swoap is the Howard B. Schow ’50 and Nan W. Schow Professor of Biology.