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May 13, 2004

Senate Committee Members Elected

The following faculty members have been elected to three-year terms on standing committees of the University Senate:

Admissions and student aid
Ryad Ghanam, mathematics, Greensburg campus; Leslie A. Hayden, University Library System, and Ronald H. Linden, political science, Arts and Sciences (A&S).

Anti-discriminatory policies
Kathleen M. Blee, sociology, A&S; Thomas C. Buchele, School of Law, and Emilia Lombardi, Graduate School of Public Health.

Suzanne M. Gollin, public health; Don T. Martin, School of Education, and William C. Zamboni, School of Pharmacy.

Benefits and welfare
Madeleine J. Carlin, Katz Graduate School of Business; Roger R. Flynn, School of Information Sciences, and Patricia Weiss Friedman, Health Sciences Library System.

Budget policies
Stephen L. Carr, English, A&S; Robin R. Means Coleman, communication, A&S, and Daniel B. Milberg, psychology, Greensburg.

Bylaws and procedures
Walter Goldburg, physics and astronomy, A&S; Thomas Smitherman, School of Medicine, and Scott Weber, School of Nursing.

Commonwealth relations
Ann M. Mitchell, nursing; Ronald D. Neufeld, School of Engineering, and Nancy B. Sussman, public health.

Community relations
Maureen K. Porter, education; Wesley M. Rohrer, public health, and Ann Sinsheimer, law.

Computer usage
John M. Close, School of Dental Medicine; Jeen-Shang Lin, engineering, and Frances M. Yarger, Health Sciences Library System.

Educational policies
Nancy C. Grove, nursing; M. Kathleen Kelly, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, and Amy E. Knapp, University Library System.

Alicia V. Covarrubias, Spanish, Greensburg; Adam Shear, religious studies, A&S, and Richard Wendell, business.

Plant utilization and planning
Ellen R. Cohn, health and rehabilitation sciences; Susan G. Newman, University Library System, and Jerome C. Wells, economics, A&S.

Student affairs
Jennifer S. Brach, health and rehabilitation sciences; Cynthia Lausberg, psychology, A&S, and Patricia K. Tuite, nursing.

Tenure and academic freedom
Carrie R. Leanna, business; B. Guy Peters, political science, A&S, and Michael R. Pinsky, medicine.

University Press
Kathleen M. DeWalt, anthropology, A&S; Keith A. McDuffie, Hispanic languages and literatures, A&S, and Michael D. West, English, A&S.

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