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Faculty Senate Officers Elected for 2002-2003

TO: Members of the Standing Faculty

FROM: Mitchell Marcus, Chair

I would like to thank the Senate Nominating Committee, chaired by David Brownlee, for their work in fulfilling their role for the Faculty Senate. (See Almanac January 22, 2002, for members of the Nominating Committee.)

No additional nominations were received by the deadline and therefore the Senate Nominating Committee's slate of nominees is hereby declared elected. Effective immediately, the Faculty Senate Officers for this year are:


Mitchell Marcus (prof computer & information science)
Past Chair: David B. Hackney (prof radiology at HUP)
Chair-elect: Lance Donaldson-Evans (prof Romance languages)
Secretary: Louis A. Thomas (assoc prof management)
Past Secretary: Edward L. Rubin (prof law)
Secretary-elect: Vincent Price (assoc prof communication)

Newly elected as At-large members of the Senate Executive Committee for 3-year terms:

Barry Cooperman (prof chemistry)
Horace DeLisser (asst prof pulmonary & critical care/medicine)
Howard Goldfine (prof microbiology/medicine)
David P. Pope (prof materials science & engineering)

For a 1-year term: Lynn H. Lees (prof history)

Newly elected as an assistant professor member of the Senate Executive Committee for a 2-year term: Sudipto Guha (asst prof computer & information science)

Newly elected to the Senate Committee on Academic Freedom and Responsibility for 3-year terms:

Arthur L. Caplan (Trustee prof bioethics/medicine)
Madeleine Joullie (prof chemistry)
Martin Pring (assoc prof physiology/medicine)

For a 2-year term: John W. Fantuzzo (prof education)

Newly elected to the Senate Committee on Conduct for 2-year terms:

David B. Brownlee (prof history of art)
Susan Gennaro (prof nursing)
Judy Meinkoth (assoc prof pharmacology/medicine)

Newly elected to the Senate Committee on the Economic Status of the Faculty for 3-year terms:

Jere Behrman (prof economics)
Linda Brown (prof nursing)

The terms of the new Faculty Senate Officers and the newly elected members of the Senate Executive Committee, the Committees on Academic Freedom and Responsibility, Conduct, and Economic Status of the Faculty begin immediately. Full committee memberships will be published this fall in Almanac, or please contact the Faculty Senate Office by mail at Box 12 College Hall/6303 or by telephone at (215) 898-6943.

Almanac, Vol. 49, No. 2, September 3, 2002


September 3, 2002
Volume 49 Number 2

Penn alumna Sadie Alexander's name will live on at the newly named preK-8 school.
Welcome Back: Messages From the President and From the Senate Chair.
Penn and Trammell Crow have terminated the arrangements they had for management and other services.
The Pottruck Health and Fitness Center opens with tours of the state-of-the-art recreation facility.
ISC unveils a new authentication system for better computer security--out with the PennNet IDs and in with the PennKeys.
Penn has lost eight members of the Penn community over the summer.
The Report of the Working Group on Human Subjects Research in the SocioBehavioral Sciences.
The updated, revised Three-Year Academic Calendar lets you look ahead to 2004-2005.
The Undergraduate Admissions seminars for Penn faculty and staff families are this week--the first one is at 5:15 p.m. today.
The September AT PENN calendar includes a list of the special 9/11 commemorative events that span from morning until evening across the campus.