Transitions

Posted: June 13, 2006 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

This periodic column highlights the comings and goings of George Mason faculty and staff, as well as promotions and job changes within the university.

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Administration

Joe Barrer was named director of basketball operations. This past season, he was a graduate assistant. Barrer completed his MS in Mason’s exercise fitness and health promotion program.

Girard Mulherin, dean of students, retired.

Milton Riley, DoIT, Client Services, retired.

College of Arts and Sciences

Ralph Baxter, English, retired.

Dina Copelman, History and Art History, will serve as acting director of the Cultural Studies program while Roger Lancaster, Sociology and Anthropology, is on Fulbright leave.

Theodore Gessner, Psychology, retired.

Lorna Irvine, English, retired.

Donald P. Kelso, Environmental Science and Policy, retired.

College of Health and Human Services

Rita Ailinger retired.

Edna Hertsch retired.

College of Visual and Performing Arts

Stephen Burton, Music, retired.

School of Public Policy

Paul G. Hall retired.

Volgenau School of Information Technology and Engineering

Anna Baraniecki, Electrical and Computer Engineering, retired.

Richard Baum, Information and Software Engineering, retired.

Guy Beale, Electrical and Computer Engineering, retired.

W. Murray Black, Electrical and Computer Engineering, retired.

Aimee Flannery, Civil, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering, was promoted to associate professor with tenure.

Sean Luke, Computer Science, was promoted to associate professor with tenure.

John Shortle, Systems Engineering and Operations Research, was promoted to associate professor with tenure.

Mohan Venigalla, Civil, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering, was promoted to associate professor with tenure.

Kathleen Wage, Electrical and Computer Engineering, was promoted to associate professor with tenure.

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