Sabbatical leave granted to 34 Kansas State University faculty members
Thursday, March 14, 2013
MANHATTAN -- Kansas State University is granting sabbatical leave to 34 faculty members during the 2013-2014 school year. The purpose and length of each leave varies, with some faculty members using the time for research projects in the U.S. or internationally, to teach at other institutions or for other academic pursuits.
Faculty members being granted sabbatical leave include:
Patricia Ackerman, arts, sciences and business at K-State Salina; Marne Arthaud-Day, management; Steve Cassou, economics; Laurie Chandler, Shawnee County extension agent; Bob Condia, architecture; Mary Copple, modern languages; Itzik Ben-Itzhak, physics; Kevin Blake, geography; Gary Gadbury, statistics; Maria Teresa DePaoli, modern languages; Stephen Dyer, electrical and computer engineering; Douglas Goodin, geography; Amy Lara, philosophy; Christopher Levy, chemistry; Swinder Janda, marketing; Ari Jumpponen, biology; Joy Kozar, apparel, textiles and interior design; Michael Krysko, history; Anne Longmuir, English; Diego Maldonado, mathematics; Phillip Marzluf, English; Kendra McLauchlan, geography; Theodore Morgan, biology; Virginia Naibo, mathematics; James Neill, statistics; Lauren Ritterbush, sociology, anthropology and social work; Caterina Scoglio, electrical and computer engineering; Donald "Kimball" Smith, English; Weixing Song, statistics; James Steichen, biological and agricultural engineering; Frank Tracz, music, theatre, and dance; Victor Turchin, mathematics; William "Chip" Winslow, landscape architecture and regional and community planning; and Naomi Wood, English.