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WSSU congratulates faculty who received promotions and tenure

Winston-Salem State University congratulates the faculty members listed below who received promotions and/or tenure in 2021-2022.

RECEIVED TENURE: COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCES, BUSINESS AND EDUCATION

Torin Dru Alexander – Tenured as Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Africana Studies

James Armstrong – Tenured as Associate Professor of Music

Rashunda L. Stitt Richardson – Tenured as Associate Professor of Educational Psychology

Rennae Williams Stowe –Tenured as Associate Professor of Sport Management  

 

RECEIVED TENURE: SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES

Douglas Bates –Tenured as Associate Professor of Social Work

Montrale Boykin – Tenured as Associate Professor of Health Law and Ethics

Melissa Robin Bowman Foster –Tenured as Associate Professor of Health Care Management

Christan Horton – Tenured as Associate Professor of Rehabilitation Counseling

Kim Kiboum – Tenured as Associate Professor of Therapeutic Recreation

 

PROMOTED TO FULL PROFESSOR

Ike Okonta – Promoted to Professor of Philosophy/Political Economics

Fenghai Guo – Promoted to Professor of Chemistry

Tennille Presley –Promoted to Professor of Chemistry

Mustafa Atay –Promoted to Professor of Computer Science

Deb Debzani – Promoted to Professor of Education

Pamela Gyle Jones – Promoted to Professor of Biological Sciences

Megan Edwards Collins – Promoted to Professor of Occupational Therapy

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