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Posted: May 27, 2004 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

This is a new periodic Daily Gazette column highlighting the comings and goings of George Mason faculty and staff, as well as promotions and job changes within the university. Send information to gazette@gmu.edu.

Administration

David C. Atkins, formerly associate director of Johnson Center and Student Union Operations, has been named director.

David Cooper, Development, left the university to take a position with the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

William Crummett, Physical Plant, retired.

Robert Cunningham, Johnson Center and Student Union Operations, retired.

Shelby Mitchell, Physical Plant, retired.

Judith Prather, Admissions, retired.

Barbara Zost, Capitol Connection, retired.

College of Arts and Sciences

Laura Adamkewicz, Environmental Science and Policy, retired.

George Andrykovitch, Environmental Science and Policy, retired.

Irma Bennett, English, retired.

Ted Bradley, Environmental Science and Policy, retired.

Peter Brunette, English, is leaving the university and has accepted an endowed chair at Wake Forest University.

Darren Cambridge accepted the Internet literacy position in New Century College. He has been a visiting fellow at Educause and the American Association for Higher Education.

Thomas Dietz, Environmental Science and Policy, retired.

Carl H. Ernst, Environmental Science and Policy, retired.

Harold Gortner, Public and International Affairs, retired.

Elizabeth Gunn, New Century College, retired.

Leslie Harris, Technology Across the Curriculum (TAC) coordinator, is leaving the university to serve as an instructional technologist for the University of Scranton.

Bruce Manchester, Communication, retired.

Nand Hart Nibbrig, Public and International Affairs, retired.

Leo Hecht, Modern and Classical Languages, retired.

Linda Kalof, Sociology, retired.

Raymond LePage, Modern and Classical Languages, retired.

Carol Litchfield, Environmental Science and Policy, retired.

Anna Morley, Mathematics, retired.

Nick Reding, author of The Last Cowboys at the End of the World: The Story of the Gauchos of Patagonia, was hired as a nonfiction and fiction professor in the English Department.

Jay Shaffer, Environmental Science and Policy, retired.

Judith Skog, Environmental Science and Policy, retired.

Wayne Stalick, Chemistry, retired.

Melanie Szulcewski is a new life science instructor in New Century College. She has been in the Peace Corps, stationed in Cameroon. Her area is soil science.

Keith Warner, Modern and Classical Languages, retired.

College of Nursing and Health Science

Georgine Redmond retired.

Mary Silva retired.

School of Computational Sciences

Liping Di, formerly research professor, became a full-time faculty member.

Louise Equi retired.

Bohua Huang, formerly contract associate professor, became a full-time faculty member.

Barry Klinger received tenure.

Rita Sambruna, also appointed in the Department of Physics and Astronomy in the College of Arts and Sciences, was promoted to associate professor and given tenure.

David Wong was promoted to full professor.

School of Management

Andres Fortino is leaving to become dean of the School of Management at Marist College.

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