University Faculty Senate Election Results (2019-2020)

Chair-Elect

Preferential ballot: Person who received the most votes is the winner.

119: Elizabeth Seymour – Chair Elect, Associate Teaching Professor in Anthropology, Communications, History, and Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies; Penn State Altoona
22: William Butler, John Edward Fowler Distinguished Professor of Law, Penn State Dickinson School of Law
15: Amit Sharma, Professor of Hospitality Management/Finance, College of Health and Human Development


Secretary

Preferential ballot: Person who received the most votes is the winner.

94: Judy Ozment – Secretary, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Penn State Abington
62: Kathleen “Kat” Phillips, Nursing and Allied Health Librarian, University Libraries


Faculty Advisory Committee to the President

Preferential ballot: Person who received the most votes is the member. Person who received the second most votes is the alternate.

79: Bonj Szczygiel – Member, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, College of Arts and Architecture
76: Kathryn Jablokow – Alternate, Professor of Engineering Design & Mechanical Engineering, Penn State Great Valley
39: Laurie Breakey, Assistant Teaching Professor, Business Administration; Penn State DuBois
27: Martha Strickland, Associate Professor of Education, School of Behavioral Sciences and Education, Penn State Harrisburg
18: Alok Sinha, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering
12: Geoffrey Scott, Professor of Law, Penn State Law


Faculty Rights and Responsibilities – Faculty (University Park)

Voted for two. (Two elected.) Person who received the most votes is the member. Person who received the second most votes is the alternate.

93: Amit Sharma – Member, Professor of Hospitality Management, College of Health and Human Development
87: Richard Robinett – Alternate
, Professor of Physics, Eberly College of Science
69: Daniel Larson, Professor of Physics, Eberly College of Science


Faculty Rights and Responsibilities – Faculty (Locations other than University Park)

Voted for two. (Two elected.) Person who received the most votes is the member. Person who received the second most votes is the alternate.

57: Gina Brelsford – Member, Associate Professor of Psychology, Penn State Harrisburg
56: Delia Conti – Alternate, Associate Professor of CAS, Penn State Fayette
55: Frantisek Marko, Professor of Mathematics, Penn State Hazleton
52: Binh Le, Reference and Instruction Librarian, Penn State Abington
36: Michael Doncheski, Professor of Physics and Chief Academic Officer, Penn State Mont Alto


Faculty Rights and Responsibilities – Deans/Chancellors

Voted for three. Three-year terms ending 2022. (Three elected.) Person who received the most votes is the member. Those who received the second and third most votes are the alternates. (Tie broken via Senate procedures)

107: David Christiansen – Member
, Chancellor, Penn State York
81: R. Keith Hillkirk –  Alternate 2021, Chancellor, Penn State Berks
81: V. Dale Jones – Alternate 2020
, Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer, Penn State Wilkes-Barre


University Promotion and Tenure Review Committee

Voted for five: Three members and two alternates will serve with terms expiring in 2021. Those who received the first, second, and third most votes are the members. Those who received the fourth and fifth most votes are the alternates.

107: Mary Beth Oliver – Member, Distinguished Professor of Media Studies, Bellisario College of Communications
90: Linda Patterson Miller – Member, Distinguished Professor of English, Penn State Abington
73: Barbara Cantalupo – Member, Professor of English, Penn State Lehigh Valley
65: Peter Crabb – Alternate, Professor of Psychology, Social Sciences, and Education; Penn State Hazleton
63: Matthew McAllister – Alternate, Professor of Media Studies, Bellisario College of Communications
61: Hossein Movahedi-Lankarani, Professor of Mathematics, Penn State Altoona
55: Garrett Sullivan, Professor of English, College of the Liberal Arts
52: Eric Hayot, Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature and Asian Studies, College of the Liberal Arts


Standing Joint Committee on Tenure

Voted for two. (Two elected.) Person who received the most votes is the member. Person who received the second most votes is the alternate.

81: Lisa Posey – Member, Associate Professor of Risk Management, Smeal College of Business
60: Ira Ropson – Alternate
, Associate Professor and Assistant Dean for Medical Student Research, College of Medicine
52: Lonnie Graham, Professor of Art, College of Arts and Architecture
49: William Doan
, Professor of Theatre, Penn State School of Theatre, College of Arts and Architecture