Regents approve 26 for sabbatical

Members of the CU Board of Regents meet in regular session April 6.

The CU Board of Regents approved semester and academic year sabbaticals for 26 UCCS faculty members for 2019-20 at a Feb. 13 meeting conducted at CU South Denver in Lone Tree.

Those approved were:

  • Gene Abrams, professor of mathematics
  • Melissa Benton, associate professor of nursing
  • Dustin Bluhm*, assistant professor of management
  • Terry Boult, professor of computer science
  • Radu Cascaval, associate professor of mathematics
  • Edgar Cota-Torres, associate professor of languages and culture
  • Andrew Czaplewski, professor of marketing, strategy and international business
  • Michelle Dorne*, assistant professor of anthropology
  • Bernice Forrest, associate professor of history
  • Margaret Harris, associate professor of health sciences
  • David Havlick, professor of geography and environmental studies
  • Edward Hoang*, assistant professor of economics
  • Christi Kasa, associate professor of teaching and learning
  • Kelli Klebe, professor of psychology
  • Anna Kosloski*, assistant professor of public affairs
  • Roger Martinez, associate professor of history
  • Edwardo Portillos, associate professor of sociology
  • Thomas Pysczcynski, distinguished professor of psychology
  • Jane Rigler*, assistant professor of visual and performing arts
  • Robert Sackett, professor of history
  • Raphael Sassower, professor of philosophy
  • Allen Schoffstall, professor of chemistry and biochemistry
  • Morgan Shepherd, professor of business analysis
  • James Stevens, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering
  • M. Scott Trimboli, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering
  • Kristen Walcott-Justice*, assistant professor of computer science

* = if granted tenure

After six years of service to the university on regular full-time appointment, a tenured member of the faculty is eligible for a sabbatical assignment. Faculty who receive sabbaticals are expected to use the sabbatical assignment to enhance his or her scholarly teaching competence and potential for service to the university and advance departmental program goals.

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