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2010 Faculty Elections Results

View the 2010 short sample ballot here.
View the 2010 complete voter's guide here.

Faculty-Wide Elections

(all faculty voted for these offices)

3468 faculty members received ballots.
833 voted, for a response rate of 24%.

Position

Elected

Alternates

Advisory Committee

Jan Boxill
Beverly Taylor
Bruce Cairns

Myron Cohen
Arthur Champagne
Patrick Akos

APT: Arts & Sciences

Larry Benninger

Tonu Kalam
John Nadas

APT: Medical School

Jan Busby-Whitehead

John Thorp

APT: Other Prof. Schools

Rebecca Wilder
Jill Fitzgerald

Richard Whisnant
Douglas Shackelford

Athletics

Joy Renner
Glynis Cowell
Eileen Parsons

Napoleon Byars

Educational Policy

Julie Justice
Jay Smith
Michael Salemi

Zahra Kamarei
Li-Ling Hsiao
Alfredo J. Sosa-Velasco

Faculty Assembly

Deborah Eaker-Rich
Steven Bachenheimer

George Sheldon

Faculty Executive Committee

Joanne Earp
Jean DeSaix
Shielda Rodgers
Michael Gerhardt

Douglas Kelly
Anthony Passannante
Andrew Reynolds

Faculty Grievance: Professors

Victor Flatt

Thomas Egan
Ceib Phillips

Faculty Grievance: Assoc. Prof.

Jill Moore

Michael Jarstfer
Harriet Able

Faculty Grievance: Asst. Prof.

Lauren Leve

Christopher McLaughlin
Vijay Krishna

Faculty Hearings

Melissa Saunders
Joanne Hershfield

Scott Kirsch
Hassan Melehy

Fin. Exigency: Academic Affairs

Bobbi Owen
Cecil Wooten

John Akin

Fin. Exigency: Health Affairs

Ross Simpson
Cam Patterson

Harold Kohn

Honorary Degrees

Alice Ammerman
Lloyd Kramer

Kathleen Harris
Bill Balthrop
Werner Riess

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Apportioned Elections

(Only voters with primary appointments in the appropriate division vote for candidates representing that division)

Position

Elected

Alternates

Chair, Div. of the Humanities

James Rives

Douglas Maclean

Vice Chair, Div. of the Humanities

Allan Life

Misha Becker

Chair, Div. of the Natural Sciences

Jonathan Lees

Regina Carelli

Vice Chair, Div. of the Nat. Sci.

Jeff Sekelsky

Jeffrey Johnson

Admin. Bd. of the Library: University Libraries

Philip Vandermeer

 

Council: Humanities, Tenured

Kathryn Starkey
Jonathan Hess

Alan Nelson
Douglas Maclean

Council: Humanities, Non-Tenured

Margaret O’Shaughnessey

Alfredo J. Sosa-Velasco

Council: Nat. Sciences, Tenured

Gregory Copenhaver
Kevin Stewart

Jose Rial
Bonita Marks

Council: Soc. Sci., Tenured

Vin Steponaitis
Kyle Crowder
Michael Shanahan

Sergio Parreiras
Fatimah Jackson

Council: Soc. Sci., Non-Tenured

Rita Balaban

Vijay Krishna

Council: Libraries

Susan Swogger

Julie Kimbrough

Council: Kenan-Flagler Business, Tenured

Wendell Gilland

 

Council: Kenan-Flagler Business, Non-Tenured

Paul Friga

 

Council: Journalism & Mass Communication

Thomas Linden

 

Council: Social Work, Tenured & Non-Tenured Faculty

Joelle Powers
Mimi Chapman

 

Council: Medicine, Tenured

Myron Cohen
Kay Lund
Jane Brice
Virginia Miller
John Thorp

Nancy Thomas
Steven Bachenheimer
Richard Segal
George Sheldon

Council: Medicine, Non-Tenured

Joy Renner
Caterina Gallippi
Susan Sunnaborg
Tracy Heenan
Arrel Toews
Ronald Chen

Christopher Olcott

Council: Dentistry, Tenured

Jennifer Webster-Cyriaque

Valerie Murrah

Council: Dentistry, Non-Tenured

Michael Milano

Janet Southerland
Charlotte Peterson

Council: Nursing, Tenured

Mary Palmer

Pamela Johnson Rowsey

Council: Nursing, Non-Tenured

Deborah Mayer

Eric Hodges
Megan Williams
Janna Dieckmann
Diane Yorke

Council, Pub. Health, Tenured

Victor Schoenbach

Ivan Rusyn

Council, Pub. Health, Non-Tenured

Beth Moracco

Claudia Fernandez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


Voter Participation by Electoral Division

 

Number Who Voted

Percent of Total Voters

Fine Arts

23

2.8

Humanities

97

11.6

Information & Library Science

7

.8

Kenan-Flagler Business School

16

1.9

Libraries

54

6.5

Natural Sciences

95

11.4

School of Dentistry

35

4.2

School of Education

26

3.1

School of Government

26

3.1

School of Journalism

16

1.9

School of Law

22

2.6

School of Medicine

220

26.4

School of Nursing

45

5.4

School of Pharmacy

21

2.5

School of Public Health

42

5.0

School of Social Work

13

1.6

Social Sciences

75

9.0

Total

833

100.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Comparative Turnout Data Prior Years

Year

# Eligible

# Voted

% Response

2004

2,895

683

23.6

2005

2,897

683

23.6

2006

3,062

676

22.3

2007

2,814

395

14.0

2008

3,428

800

23.0

2009

3,545

925

26.1