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Eight Women Named to Administrative Posts in Higher Education

Eight Women Named to Administrative Posts in Higher Education

The new appointees are Erika Ramalho, Johanna Bond, Joy Pugh, Kim Weeden, Jill Hough, Sara De Ritter, Karisa Moore, and Miranda Mulligan.

Seven Women Faculty Members Promoted at Washington and Lee University

Seven Women Faculty Members Promoted at Washington and Lee University

Two women are among the eight new full professors and five women are among the 14 faculty members granted tenure and promoted to associate professor.

Suzanne Keen Named Co-Editor of <em>Contemporary Women's Writing</em>

Suzanne Keen Named Co-Editor of Contemporary Women’s Writing

She is the Thomas H. Broadus Professor of English and interim dean of the college at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.

Three Women Named to Endowed Chairs at Washington and Lee University

Three Women Named to Endowed Chairs at Washington and Lee University

The three new professors holding endowed chairs are Ellen Mayock, Domnica Radulescu, and Joan M. Shaughnessy.

Four Women Appointed Deans

Four Women Appointed Deans

The new deans at Suzanne Keen at Washington and Lee, Pamela Carroll at Oklahoma State, Toni Doolen at Oregon State, and Renee Hampton at Columbus State Community College.

Nine Appointments of Women to High-Level Administrative Positions in Academia

Nine Appointments of Women to High-Level Administrative Positions in Academia

Here are the appointments of women to high-level administrative posts in higher education that have come to our attention in the past week.

Women Accepted at Top Colleges: A Record at Johns Hopkins University

Women Accepted at Top Colleges: A Record at Johns Hopkins University

At Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, 49.6 percent of all admitted students are women, the largest number in the university’s history.

Five Women Scholars Selected for Prestigious Awards

Five Women Scholars Selected for Prestigious Awards

The honorees are Dorsey Kendrick, Donna Shalala, Susan Loepp, Lesley Wheeler, and Eugenia Weiss.

Bringing More Women Into Computer Science

Bringing More Women Into Computer Science

A Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, women are 31 percent of computer science majors.

The First Woman Dean of the Washington and Lee University School of Law

The First Woman Dean of the Washington and Lee University School of Law

Nora V. Demleitner is currently dean of the School of Law at Hofstra University.

Two Women Academics Are Winners at the Library of Virginia Literary Awards

Two Women Academics Are Winners at the Library of Virginia Literary Awards

Lisa Russ Spaar and Julie Campbell are honored for their recent books.

Six Women Honored for Their Accomplishments

Six Women Honored for Their Accomplishments

Lisa Pruitt, a professor of mechanical engineering at Berkeley, and five other women win prestigious awards.

In Memoriam: Pamela Hemenway Simpson (1946-2011)

In Memoriam: Pamela Hemenway Simpson (1946-2011)

She was the first woman to hold a tenure-track faculty position at Washington and Lee University.

Historical Milestone at Washington and Lee University School of Law

Historical Milestone at Washington and Lee University School of Law

For the first time in the school’s history, women outnumber men in the first-year class.

In Memoriam: Barbara Jeanne Brown (1941-2011)

In Memoriam: Barbara Jeanne Brown (1941-2011)

She served as university librarian at Washington and Lee University for nearly two decades.

Nine Women Appointed to Key Administrative Positions at Colleges and Universities

Nine Women Appointed to Key Administrative Positions at Colleges and Universities

Andrea Tawney is the new assistant dean for development at the College of Business at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces.

Marsha McSpadden Wins Inaugural Bevel Summers Prize for Short, Short Fiction

Marsha McSpadden Wins Inaugural Bevel Summers Prize for Short, Short Fiction

Marsha McSpadden, an instructor of creative writing and English composition at the University of Alabama, is the inaugural winner of the Bevel Summers Prize.