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Trustees Approve Faculty Promotions

IPFW entrance markerPurdue University's board of trustees has approved the following faculty promotions, effective with the 2011-12 academic year:


To Professor

  • Peter D. Dragnev, Mathematics
  • Beomjin Kim, Computer Science

To Associate Professor

  • Chao Chen, Engineering
  • Yanfei Liu, Engineering
  • Daniel Allan Miller, Psychology
  • S. Scott Moore, Engineering
  • David Allen Redett, Mathematics
  • Lubomir Petrov Stanchev, Computer Science
  • Daryoush Tahmassebi, Chemistry
Healthcare, Law, and Reform:
How It Will Affect You

NursesExplore the changing environment of healthcare, law, and reform April 20 at 6 p.m. at the IU School of Medicine-Fort Wayne. Featured presenters are Eric R. Wright, Ph.D., director of the IU Center for Health Policy, and Gerard N. Magliocca, J.D., Professor of Law, IU School of Law-Indianapolis.


For information, contact Rachel Butler, rabutler@iupui.edu or 317-274-8828. Register for the presentation

APSAC/CSSAC Recognition Luncheon
It's time to reserve your spot for the annual staff recognition luncheon on April 20. If you're an honoree you may attend free of charge, but everyone must register by April 13. Register for the luncheon 


Four volunteers are needed for the 10:30 a.m.-noon time slot: three to man the sign-in table and one greeter. If you would like to help, contact Christi Hall, hallc@ipfw.edu or 481-0694.

History Students Present Research Results at Undergraduate Conference

Joan of ArcIPFW history students will present their research results at the third annual History Department Undergraduate Conference, Saturday, April 16, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The conference will take place on the second floor of Helmke Library and will feature panels on four topics:

  • "Church and Heresy in the Middle Ages"
  • "20th Century Genocidal Practices"
  • "Heroes, Villains, and Symbols"
  • "Creation of Culture in America"

The conference is free and open to the public; however, RSVPs are required for the 1 p.m. luncheon. Contact Ann Livschiz at 481-6693 or livschia@ipfw.edu.

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