Faculty Promotions, Tenure Awards
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Eight West Virginia University at Parkersburg have received promotions in rank or tenure status, effective with the fall semester.
The following faculty have received promotions:
Andrew Grimm, from associate professor to professor of Engineering & Physics;
Roger Lewis, from associate professor to professor of Business; Cheryl Robinson, from instructor to assistant professor of Nursing, and Vijay Shah, from Associate Professor to Professor of Business.
Receiving tenure status are:
Connie Cadle, Assistant Professor of English; Dorothy Cox, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Sociology; Deborah Murphy, Assistant Professor of Nursing, and Randy Oldaker, Assistant Professor of German & English.
Grimm received his bachelor of science degree from West Virginia University and his masterís from the University of Illinois. He has been at WVU Parkersburg since 1990 as a faculty member in the Technology Division.
Lewis is a member of the Business & Economics Division. He received his bachelorís degree from North Carolina State University and earned his masterís at the University of North Carolina. He first joined the Parkersburg campus faculty in 1973-76 and returned in 1990.
A registered nurse, Ms. Robinson received her associate degree from Parkersburg Community College and her bachelor of science in nursing from WVU. She has been a member of the Health Sciences Division since 1995.
Shah has been at WVU Parkersburg since 1992. He received his bachelorís degree from Banaras Hindu University and his masterís and doctorate from Kent State University. He is a member of the Business and Economics Division.
Ms. Cadle has been at WVU Parkersburg and its Jackson County Center since 1992. She earned her bachelorís from WVU Institute of Technology, and her mastersí degrees from Freedom University and Marshall University.
A faculty member at WVU Parkersburgís JCC, Ms. Cox received her associateís degree from PCC, her bachelorís from West Virginia State College, and her masterís from Marshall University. She has been at the college since 1993.
Ms. Murphy is a member of the Health Sciences Division. She received a diploma from Sewickley Valley Hospital School of Nursing, an associateís degree from Robert Morris College, her bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Pennsylvania, and her masterís from Catholic University of America. An R.N., she joined the WVU Parkersburg faculty in 1993.
Oldaker earned his associateís degree from PCC, and his bachelorís and masterís from WVU. He has been a member of the WVU Parkersburg Humanities Division since 1994.
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