Chattanooga State Faculty Promotions And Tenure Announced

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

The Academic Affairs Division at Chattanooga State Community College has announced the following faculty promotions and tenure recognition approved by the Tennessee Board of Regents:

Business: Associate Professor – Michael Largent; Assistant Professor – Philip Fortin, Chris Lykins, Daniel Zink; Tenure – Michele Arpin, Jacob Stanford.

Engineering & Information Technologies: Associate Professor – Rebecca Balch, Bruce Coulter; Assistant Professor – Jeffrey Schneider; Tenure – Randy Ricketson.

Humanities & Fine Arts: Professor – Michael Holsomback, DeLara Stephens; Associate Professor – Ann Nicodemi, Eric Niemi, Stanley Weiss; Tenure – Juan Alonso, Maria Avolio, Julie Barcroft.

Mathematics & Sciences: Associate Professor – Cale Ebert; Assistant Professor – Jenny DiSanto, Hersh Patel, Jason Smith; Tenure – Miranda Taj.

Nursing & Allied Health: Associate Professor – Robin Hoffecker, Tena Phillips; Assistant Professor – Melissa Boyd, Katie Davidson, Danielle Hume, Monika Prestwood; Tenure – Shirley Cohen, Matthew Ragghianti.

Social & Behavioral Sciences: Assistant Professor – Rebecca Aslinger, William Taylor; Tenure – James Boshears, Emily Dunlap, Angie Wood.

Faculty promotions approved by the Tennessee Board of Regents in the Chattanooga Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) include:

Master Instructor: Michael Mercer, Computer Support Technology.


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