Quinnipiac University

Faculty promoted, earn tenure

April 05, 2021

Clocktower on the Quad

Quinnipiac celebrates the promotions and tenure of faculty.

"Students greatly benefit from the passion and expertise these faculty bring directly into the classroom, and also through the new and creative Quinnipiac courses they design," said Debra Liebowitz, provost. "The volume of relevant national and international scholarship which these faculty have produced is impressive in its significance to their fields and by the recognition and prestige it brings to Quinnipiac University."

The following individuals were promoted from associate professors to professors:

  • Fodei Batty
  • Khalilah Brown-Dean
Xi Chen
  • Gary Giumetti
  • Lisa Hollman
  • Kiku Jones
  • Kathleen Kelley
  • Courtney McGinnis
  • Bernadette Mele
  • Jaime Ullinger

The following individuals were promoted from assistant professors to associate professors, and received tenure:

  • Ben Bogardus

  • Monica Cavender

  • Jessica Devine

  • Tamilla Triantoro
Kearston Wesner 

The following individuals also received faculty promotions:

  • Robert Cottrell
  • Kimberly DiGiovanni
  • Judy Falaro
  • Camber Farone

  • Linda Fisher

  • Miklos Fogararsi
  • Margaret Goralski
  • Patricia Kelly
  • Cindy Kern
  • Catherine Takizawa
  • Kim-Thu Pham
  • Jose Riofrio
  • Rebecca Zucconi

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