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March 22, 2001

University Senate officer candidates announced

No incumbents will be elected as University Senate officers for next year, it's safe to say.

Senate President Nathan Hershey of the Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) currently is serving his third consecutive term, the maximum allowed by Senate bylaws.

Vice president Carol Redmond of GSPH and secretary Audrey Murrell of the business school are not seeking re-election.

The Senate's elections committee has recruited the following faculty members as nominees for one-year terms beginning July 1: For president: James H. Cassing (economics department, Faculty of Arts and Sciences), Lawrence A. Frolik (law school) and Margaret Mary Kimmel (School of Information Sciences).

Vice president: Thomas A. Metzger (mathematics, FAS), Donna G. Nativio (nursing school) and Michael B. Spring (information sciences school).

Secretary: Steven H. Belle (GSPH) and Marilyn L. Ross (education school).

Ballots for election to officer positions and to Faculty Assembly will be mailed to faculty the week of April 2 and will be due back to the Senate office by April 20.

–Bruce Steele

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