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University Faculty Senate 2014-2015 Election Results


Per Standing Rules, Article I (Rules of Procedure), Section 11(e), the results of the 2014-2015 University Faculty Senate Elections were verified by three tellers, Jeffrey Laman, Laura Pauley, and Keith Shapiro, on April 14, 2014.

CHAIR-ELECT
Voted for one: Person receiving the most votes is the winner.

99 Votes: Mohamad A. Ansari, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Penn State Berks
68 Votes: Michael F. Bérubé, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Literature, College of the Liberal Arts

SECRETARY
Voted for one: Person receiving the most votes is the winner.

84 Votes: James A. Strauss, Senior Lecturer, Eberly College of Science
78 Votes: Matthew C. Woessner, Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, Penn State Harrisburg

FACULTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO THE PRESIDENT
Voted for one: Person receiving the most votes is the winner.
University Park faculty were not eligible for the 2014-2015 Faculty Advisory Committee election per Standing Rules, Article III, Section 6(d).

98 Votes: Ellen A. Knodt, Professor of English, Penn State Abington
64 Votes: Roger A. Egolf, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Penn State Lehigh Valley


FACULTY RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES - FACULTY FROM UNIVERSITY PARK
Voted for three: Person receiving the most votes is the member; the two receiving the second and third most votes are the alternates.

122 Votes (Member): Linda R. Musser, Distinguished Librarian and Head of Earth and Mineral Sciences Library, University Libraries
108 Votes (Alternate): Katriona Shea, Professor of Biology, Eberly College of Science
101 Votes (Alternate): Jamie Myers, Professor of Education, College of Education
71 Votes: Chad D. Dechow, Associate Professor of Dairy Cattle Genetics, College of Agricultural Sciences

FACULTY RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES - FACULTY OTHER THAN UNIVERSITY PARK
Voted for two: Person receiving the most votes is the member; the one receiving the second most votes is the alternate.

67 Votes (Member): James M. Ruiz, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Penn State Harrisburg
64 Votes: Mohamad A. Ansari, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Penn State Berks
59 Votes (Alternate): Timothy M. Lawlor, Associate Professor of Physics & Astrophysics, Penn State Brandywine
57 Votes: Robin M. Bower, Associate Professor of Spanish, Penn State Beaver
36 Votes: Robert E. Loeb, Associate Professor of Biology and Forestry, Penn State DuBois


FACULTY RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES - DEANS/CHANCELLORS
Voted for two: Person receiving the most votes is the member; the one receiving the second most votes is the alternate.

112 Votes (Member): Karen Wiley Sandler, Chancellor, Penn State Abington
95 Votes (Alternate): Donald L. Birx, Chancellor, Penn State Erie
81 Votes: Daniel J. Larson, Verne M. Willaman Dean, Eberly College of Science


UNIVERSITY PROMOTION AND TENURE REVIEW COMMITTEE
Voted for three: The three people with the most votes respectively are the winners.

96 Votes: Robert R. Edwards, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of English and Comparative Literature, College of the Liberal Arts
88 Votes: Henry J. Sommer III, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering
85 Votes: Robert G. Elkin, Professor of Avian Nutritional Biochemistry, College of Agricultural Sciences
83 Votes: Ali Kara, Professor of Business Administration, Penn State York
74 Votes: Sairam V. Rudrabhatla, Associate Professor of Biology, Penn State Harrisburg


STANDING JOINT COMMITTEE ON TENURE

Voted for two: Person receiving the most votes is the member; the one receiving the second most votes is the alternate.

80 Votes (Member): Pamela Silver, Professor of Biology, Penn State Erie
79 Votes (Alternate): Ann Ouyang, Professor of Medicine, College of Medicine
58 Votes: Gregory R. Ziegler, Professor of Food Science, College of Agricultural Sciences
50 Votes: Eric W. Corty, Professor of Psychology and Clinical Psychology, Penn State Erie


UNIVERSITY FACULTY OMBUDSPERSON
Voted for one: Person receiving the most votes is the winner.

8 Votes: Pamela P. Hufnagel, Assistant Professor of Education, Penn State DuBois
4 Votes: Javier Gomez-Calderon, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, Penn State New Kensington

 


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