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NDSU promotes faculty, grants tenure

North Dakota State University President Joseph Chapman has approved faculty promotions and the State Board of Higher Education has approved tenure recommendations for NDSU.

North Dakota State University President Joseph Chapman has approved faculty promotions and the State Board of Higher Education has approved tenure recommendations for NDSU.

Stephen Neate, plant pathology, was promoted to full professor and granted tenure.

The following were promoted to full professor: Stephen Forster, Marion Harris, both entomology; David Franzen, soil science; Kalpana Katti, civil engineering; and Mark Nawrot, psychology.

The following were promoted to associate professor and granted tenure: Michael Christoffers, Harlene Hatterman-Valenti, both plant sciences; Luis Del Rio Mendoza, plant pathology; Elizabeth Birmingham, Gary Totten, both English; Pamela Chabora, theatre; Lisa Daniels, School of Education; and Wenfang Sun, chemistry and molecular biology.

The following were granted tenure: Iskander Akhatov, Katie Zhong, both mechanical engineering; and Dean Webster, coatings and polymeric materials.

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