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Faculty Recognition Dinner Honors Regional Campus Faculty

Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017


USU President Noelle Cockett

USU President Noelle Cockett honors regional campus faculty members who earned promotion.


Utah State University President Noelle Cockett hosted a recognition dinner at the President’s Home honoring Regional Campus faculty who received promotion during the 2016-17 academic year.

“This year’s promotions throughout the Regional Campuses attests to the quality of higher education that exists in USU’s statewide system,” said Vice Provost Rich Etchberger. “We are proud for those who have earned promotion and are looking forward to helping many more gain the skills and experience necessary to do the same.”

A total of ten Regional Campus faculty members earned promotion and were honored at the dinner:
 

  • Susan C. Egbert, clinical assistant professor to clinical associate professor, Brigham City.
  • Roslynn G. Brain, assistant professor to associate professor with tenure, Moab and Southwest.
  • Cynthia A. Gibson, lecturer to senior lecturer, Moab and Southwest.
  • Sean H. Camp, clinical assistant professor to clinical associate professor, Tooele.
  • Clayton D. Brown, assistant professor to associate professor with tenure, Uintah Basin.
  • Benjamin J. Burger, assistant professor to associate professor with tenure, Uintah Basin.
  • Michael A. Christiansen, assistant professor to associate professor, Uintah Basin.
  • Becky L. Williams, assistant professor to associate professor with tenure, Uintah Basin.
  • Genevieve L. Ford, assistant professor to associate professor with tenure, Blanding.
  • Jason Olsen, assistant professor to associate professor with tenure, Price.

As part of USU’s land-grant mission, faculty are encouraged to continue gaining experience and obtain valuable skills that will lead to promotion and high-quality instruction for students.

Contact: Dana Rhoades, 435-722-1788





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