Some of the honorees from the Faculty Tenure and Promotion Ceremony pose for a picture with Canisius President John J. Hurley and Vice President for Academic Affairs Margaret C. McCarthy, PhD. Photo courtesy: Kristine E. Kasbohm, director, Andrew L. Bouwhuis Library

Congratulations to the 34 faculty members recognized for promotions, tenure status, emeritus status or retirement on Friday, September 21, during a ceremony in the Andrew L. Bouwhuis Library.  In commemoration of their professional milestones, each faculty member selected a book that has particular significance to him/her, which the library displays for several weeks.  The books are later added to the library’s permanent collection.  Congratulations to all the honorees:

Benjamin Dunkle, in honor of his promotion to professor in the Digital Media Arts Department;

Christy Hoffman, PhD, in honor of receiving tenure in the Animal Behavior, Ecology and Conservation Department and a promotion to associate professor;

Susan Margulis, PhD, in honor of her promotion to professor in the Animal Behavior, Ecology and Conservation Department and the Biology Department;

Melissa Mosko, PhD, in honor of her receiving tenure in the Philosophy Department and a promotion to associate professor;

Ronald Rivas, PhD, in honor of his promotion to professor in the Management Department;

Michael Wood, PhD, in honor of his promotion to professor in the Physics Department;

Khalid Bibi, PhD, professor of professional studies, on his retirement from the Professional Studies Department;

Donald Bosshardt, PhD, professor of economics and finance, on his retirement from the Economics and Finance Department;

Michael Braunscheidel, PhD, professor of management, on his retirement from the Management Department;

Robert Butler, PhD, professor of English, on his retirement from the English Department;

Robert Davis, PhD, professor of accounting, on his retirement from the Accounting Department;

Patricia Erickson, PhD, professor of sociology/anthropology/criminal justice, on her retirement from the Sociology/Anthropology/Criminal Justice Department;

Sandra Estanek, PhD, professor of graduate education and leadership, on her retirement from the Graduate Education and Leadership Department;

Janet Ferguson, PhD, professor of teacher education, on her retirement from the Teacher Education Department;

Catherine S. Foster, PhD, professor of communication studies, on her retirement from the Communication Studies Department;

Edward Gress, PhD, professor of accounting, on his retirement from the Accounting Department;

James Huard, PhD, professor of mathematics and statistics, on his retirement from the Mathematics and Statistics Department;

Patricia Hutton, PhD, professor of economics, on her retirement from the Economics Department;

George Kermis, PhD, professor of accounting, on his retirement from the Accounting Department;

Leonid Khinkis, PhD, professor of mathematics and statistics, on his retirement from the Mathematics and Statistics Department;

Judith Larkin, PhD, professor of psychology, on her retirement from the Psychology Department;

Larry Lichtenstein, PhD, professor of economics and finance, on his retirement from the Economics and Finance Department;

Rev. Patrick Lynch, SJ, professor of religious studies and theology, on his retirement from the Religious Studies and Theology Department;

Michele Marable, PhD, professor of teacher education, on her retirement from the Teacher Education Department;

Candalene McCombs, PhD, professor of sociology/anthropology/criminal justice, on her retirement from the Sociology/Anthropology/Criminal Justice Department;

Gordon Meyer, PhD, professor of management, on his retirement from the Management Department;

Stephen Molloy, PhD, professor of management, on his retirement from the Management Department;

Rosemary Murray, PhD, professor of graduate education and leadership, on her retirement from the Graduate Education and Leadership Department;

Harvey Pines, PhD, professor of psychology, on his retirement from the Psychology Department;

Susan Putnam, PhD, professor of psychology, on her retirement from the Psychology Department;

Ronald Reiber, PhD, professor of economics and finance, on his retirement from the Economics and Finance Department;

Mary Shea, PhD, professor of graduate education and leadership, on her retirement from the Graduate Education and Leadership Department;

David Snyder, PhD, professor of marketing, on his retirement from the Marketing Department; and

Richard Wall, PhD, professor of economics and finance, on his retirement from the Economics and Finance Department.

Submitted by: College Communications