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Physics faculty among K-Staters receiving promotions and tenure

Seventy-nine Kansas State University faculty members are receiving promotions in rank, with 42 faculty members earning tenure.

The promotions include 34 faculty members to the rank of full professor, 41 faculty members to the rank of associate professor with tenure, one faculty member receiving tenure, and three members to the rank of clinical associate professor. 

"I am delighted to celebrate the promotion and tenure of these outstanding faculty, in recognition of their achievements in teaching, research and scholarship, and service," said Charles Taber, provost and executive vice president. "Congratulations  to all of our newly tenured and promoted faculty! At a time of unprecedented disruption at our university, this is a very special celebration."

Earning promotion to full professor is Eleanor Sayre, physics education research.

Earning tenure and promotion to associate professor are Ketino Kaadze, high energy physics; Daniel Rolles, atomic, molecular and optical physics, and Lado Samushia, cosmology.

Eleanor SayreKetino KaadzeDaniel RollesLado Samushia
Eleanor SayreKetino KaadzeDaniel RollesLado Samushia