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March 19, 2009

Pinsky, Rohrer face off for University Senate presidency

The University Senate office has announced the slate of candidates for Senate officers, who will serve one-year terms beginning July 1.

Running for president are Michael R. Pinsky, professor of critical care medicine, bioengineering and anesthesiology, School of Medicine; and Wesley M. Rohrer, assistant professor, Department of Health Policy and Management, Graduate School of Public Health.

Candidates for vice president are incumbent Susan B. Hansen, professor of political science, School of Arts and Sciences (A&S); and Steven Husted, professor of economics, A&S.

Incumbent Lisa Marie Bernardo, associate professor of health and community systems at the School of Nursing, is running for secretary unopposed.

The slates of Faculty Assembly members and members of the University Senate’s 15 standing committees are being compiled and are expected to be published in the April 2 issue of the University Times.

Electronic voting for Assembly, Senate committee members and Senate officers will take place April 13-24. For more information, contact the Senate office at 4-6505.

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