August 11, 2022
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Board of Trustees grants Dana and emerita status

The Ithaca College Board of Trustees designated two faculty members as Dana professors, promoted 14 faculty members from assistant to associate professors with tenure and granted 25 retired faculty members emerita status at the February 2022 meeting.

Title of Dana professor is awarded to faculty who are ranked as full professors and have made significant contributions in teaching, scholarship and service.

Jennifer Jolly, Dana professor in the Department of Art History.

Cyndy Scheibe, Dana professor in the Department of Psychology.

To be promoted from assistant to associate professor, the professor must have: a sustained record of teaching excellence, evidence of significant scholarly or appropriate professional attainment and evidence of service to the college and profession.

Margaret Shackell, associate professor in the Department of Accounting and Business Law.

Tim Mirabito, associate professor in the Department of Journalism.

Rhonda Vanover, associate professor in the Department of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies.

Yvette Sterbenk, associate professor in the Department of Strategic Communication.

Jenna Heffron, associate chair and associate professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy.

Mike Costello, associate professor in the Department of Physical Therapy.

Karen Lomond, associate professor in the Department of Physical Therapy.

Tamara Fitzwater, associate professor in the Department of Psychology.

Walter Byongsok Chon, associate professor in the Department of Theatre Arts.

Courtney Young, associate professor in the Department of Theatre Arts.

Daniel Zimmerman, associate professor in the Department of Theatre Arts.

Matthew Clauhs, associate professor in the Department of Music Education.

Elizabeth Medina-Gray, associate professor in the Department of Music Theory and History Composition.

Christopher Zemliauskas, associate professor in the Department of Music Performance.

The honorary title of emerita or emeritus are given to retired professors who have made sustained contributions to the college and to their profession in teaching, scholarship and service.

Abraham Mulugetta, retired Dana professor in the Department of Finance and International Business.

Carole Dennis, retired professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy.

Linda Heyne, retired professor in the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies.

Janice Elich Monroe, retired professor in the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies.

Laurie Arliss, retired professor in the Department of Communication Studies.

Susannah Berryman, retired associate professor in the Department of Theatre Arts.

Nancy Brcak, retired professor in the Department of Art History.

Vivian Conger, retired professor in the Department of History.

Michael Malpass, retired Dana professor in the Department of Anthropology.

Kevin Murphy, retired professor in the Department of Literatures in English.

Nancy Rader, retired professor in the Department of Psychology.

Greg Robbins, retired associate professor in the Department of Theatre Arts.

James Rothenberg, retired associate professor in the Department of Sociology.

Stan Seltzer, retired associate professor in the Department of Mathematics.

Thomas Shevory, retired professor in the Department of Politics.

Janet Galvan, retired professor in the Department of Music Performance.

Michael Galvan, retired professor in the Department of Music Performance.

Carol McAmis, retired professor in the Department of Music Performance.

Deborah Montgomery, retired professor in the Department of Music Performance.

Paige Morgan, retired professor in the Department of Music Performance.

Timothy Nord, retired associate professor in the Department of Music Theory and History Composition.

Alex Perialas, retired associate professor in the Department of Music Performance.

Hal Reynolds, retired professor in the Department of Music Performance.

Peter Rothbart, retired professor in the Department of Music Theory and History Composition.

Elizabeth Simkin, retired associate professor in the Department of Music Performance.

Olivia Stanzl can be reached at ostanzl@ithaca.edu