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March 8, 2007

Senate officer candidates announced

This year’s slate for University Senate officers has been set.

The candidates are:

President: John J. Baker (incumbent), associate professor, microbiology-biochemistry, School of Dental Medicine; and Michael R. Pinsky, professor, critical care medicine, bioengineering and anesthesiology, School of Medicine.

Vice president: Thomas Buchele, clinical associate professor, School of Law; and Catherine Greeno, associate professor, School of Social Work.

Secretary: Lisa Marie Bernardo, associate professor, health and community systems, School of Nursing; and Janine E. Janosky, associate professor, family medicine, School of Medicine.

Senate officers will serve one-year terms beginning July 1.

The Senate elections committee will conduct this election via electronic balloting.

Printed instructions on how to vote electronically will be mailed the last week of March; the electronic system will be activated on April 1. Faculty have until the end of April to complete their e-ballots.

The slate of Faculty Assembly members and members of the University Senate’s 15 standing committees will be published in the March 22 issue of the University Times, as will a discussion of issues by the two presidential candidates.

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