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April 10, 2003

ISU to honor retirees April 17

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.   The 2002-2003 Retirement Tea will be at 2 p.m. April 17 in Dede II and III of the Hulman Memorial Student Union. 

This annual event recognizes members of ISU's faculty and administration for their dedication and years of service to the university. The celebration is open to the public. Below is the complete list of honorees:

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES:

  • Michael Brosnan, associate professor, Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Robert Clouse, professor, History
  • D. Gene England, professor, English
  • Marion Jackson, professor, Life Sciences
  • Marshall Parks, professor, Science Education
  • Terrance Parks, professor, Economics
  • Thomas Siefert, professor, History
  • Gary Stewart, professor, Theater
  • Jerome Vargo, associate professor, Art
  • James Westgard, professor, Physics
  • Norman Cooprider, cartographer, Geography, Geology and Anthropology
  • Jack Rollins, professor, English
  • Howard Waltersdorf, assistant professor, English
  • David Erickson, associate professor, Art

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS:

  • Mary Adams, professor, Administrative Systems and Business Education
  • Sandra Nelson, assistant dean, School of Business, and professor, Administrative Systems and Business Education
  • Roberta Bakker, director, Undergraduate Student Services

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION:

  • John Carter, professor, Educational Leadership, Administration and Foundations
  • Reece Chaney, professor, Counseling Psychology
  • Robert George, professor, Curriculum, Instruction and Media Technology
  • Edward Kirby, professor, Educational and School Psychology
  • Doris Williams, associate professor, Communication Disorders and Special Education

SCHOOL OF HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE:

  • John Doty, professor, Health and Safety
  • Jan Stoner, professor, Physical Education

SCHOOL OF NURSING:

  • Sarah Emerson, professor, Nursing

SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY:

  • Dale Bringman, associate professor, Manufacturing and Construction Technology

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS:

  • James Kinkade, computer specialist/analyst, Distance Education, Division of Lifelong Learning
  • RoseAnn Toulson, director, Technical Support, Telecommunications and Networking Services, Information Technology

ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS:

  • Aletha Carter, coordinator, Employee Assistance Program

ENROLLMENT SERVICES:

  • William Purcell, director, Records, and associate registrar, Office of Registration and Records

STUDENT AFFAIRS:

  • Robert Elsey, interim vice president of student affairs/dean of students

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Contact:
Tami Weinzapfel-Smith, Human Resources, (812) 237-4115 or pertami@isugw.indstate.edu

ISU Public Affairs:
(812) 237-3773 or http://isunews.indstate.edu