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KU announces 2013-14 sabbaticals for Lawrence campus

Tue, 05/28/2013

LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas has announced approved sabbaticals for the 2013-2014 academic year. The list is as follows:

  • Associate Librarian Tami Albin, KU Libraries, Jan. 4-May 24, 2014
  • Professor Michael Bauer, music, spring 2014
  • Associate Professor Leslie Bennett, theatre, academic year 2013-2014
  • Associate Professor Kelly Chong, sociology, fall 2013
  • Chairperson & Associate Professor Stuart Day, Spanish and Portuguese, fall 2013
  • Professor Amy Devitt, English, academic year 2013-2014
  • Professor John (Rick) Devlin, geology, academic year 2013-2014
  • Professor Robert Dunn, chemistry, fall 2013
  • Professor Susan Egan, molecular biosciences, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor Robert Fiorentino, linguistics, fall 2013
  • Professor Bryan Foster, ecology and evolutionary biology /senior scientist Kansas Biological Survey, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor Sherry Fowler, history of art, academic year 2013-2014
  • Associate Professor Truman Christopher Gamblin, molecular biosciences, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor Omri Gillath, psychology, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor Jennifer Gleason, ecology and evolutionary biology, spring 2014
  • Distinguished Professor Maryemma Graham, english, spring 2014
  • Associate Professor David W. Guth, journalism and mass communications, spring 2014
  • Associate Professor John Hachmeister, visual arts, spring 2014
  • Professor Siyuan Han, physics and astronomy, academic year 2013-2014
  • Professor Eva Horn, special education, fall 2013
  • Professor Rongqing Hui, electrical engineering computer science, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor Kirsten Jensen, ecology and evolutionary biology /associate scientist Biodiversity Institute, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor Michael Johnson, chemistry, spring 2014
  • Associate Professor Toni Johnson, social welfare, fall 2013
  • Professor William C. Johnson, geography, fall 2013
  • Professor Paul Koch, finance, economics, & decision sciences, spring 2014
  • Associate Professor Adrianne Kunkel, communication studies, spring 2014
  • Professor Elizabeth Kuznesof, history, academic year 2013-2014
  • Associate Professor Madison (Dave) Lacy, film & media studies, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor Jeong-Yeon (Jay) Lee, management, fall 2013
  • Professor Eve Levin, history , spring 2014
  • Professor Laura Poppo Lockwood, management, fall 2013
  • Professor Judith McCrea, visual arts, spring 2014
  • Assistant Professor David Mechem, geography, fall 2013
  • Associate Chair/Associate Professor Laura Mielke, English, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor and Associate Dean Keith D. Moore, architecture, academic year 2013-2014
  • Associate Professor Mary Morningstar, special education, fall 2013
  • Distinguished Professor Joane Nagel, sociology, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor Kristi Neufeld, molecular biosciences, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor Jennifer Ng, educational leadership and policy studies, fall 2013
  • Professor Jack R. Porter, mathematics, spring 2014
  • Professor Bangere Purnaprajna, mathematics, spring 2014
  • Professor Eric Rath, history, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor Ann Rowland, English, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor Emily Scott, medicinal chemistry, fall 2013
  • Distinguished Professor Paul Selden, geology, spring 2014
  • Associate Professor Jeremy Scott Shellhorn, design, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor Antonio Simoes, Spanish and Portuguese, fall 2013
  • Professor Hagith Sivan, history, spring 2014
  • Professor Joey Sprague, sociology, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor James Sterbenz, electrical engineering computer science, spring 2014
  • Professor Donald Stull, anthropology, fall 2013
  • Associate Professor David Tell, communication studies, fall 2013
  • Professor Hongguo Xu, mathematics, spring 2014
  • Associate Professor Stephanie Zelnick, music, spring 2014
  • Associate Professor Hui Zhao, physics and astronomy, fall 2013.


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