The New School
October 8, 2010

To the New School Community,

I am pleased to congratulate the 23 members of our faculty who successfully completed the 2009–2010 review process for tenure or extended employment, and the four members of the faculty who were successfully reviewed for rank promotion. This is a milestone for these individual faculty members as well as for the university, and I am proud to be able to recognize them here.

Elaine Abelson, Associate Professor of History, Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts and The New School for Social Research (Extended Employment)

Jonathan Bach, Associate Professor of International Affairs, The New School for General Studies and Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy (Extended Employment)

Jinsook Cho, Associate Professor of Design and Management, Parsons The New School for Design (Tenure)

Hazel Clark, Associate Professor of Art and Design History and Theory, Parsons The New School for Design (Tenure)

Clive Dilnot, Professor of Design Studies, Parsons The New School for Design (Tenure)

Federico Finchelstein, Associate Professor of History, Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts and The New School for Social Research (Tenure)

Alec Gershberg, Associate Professor of Urban Policy, The New School for General Studies and Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy (Tenure)

Martin Greller, Professor of Management, The New School for General Studies and Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy (Tenure)

Darrick Hamilton, Associate Professor of Urban Policy, The New School for General Studies and Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy (Tenure)

Joseph Heathcott, Associate Professor of Urban Studies, Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts (Extended Employment)

David Howell, Professor of Urban Policy, The New School for General Studies and Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy (Tenure)

Mary Judge, Associate Professor of Studio Methods, Parsons The New School for Design (Extended Employment)

Ben Katchor, Associate Professor of Illustration, Parsons The New School for Design (Tenure)

Paul Kottman, Associate Professor of Literary Studies, Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts and The New School for Social Research (Tenure)

Nora Krug, Associate Professor of Illustration, Parsons The New School for Design (Tenure)

Brian McGrath, Associate Professor of Urban Design, Parsons The New School for Design (Tenure)

Rose Rejouis, Associate Professor of Literary Studies, Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts (Extended Employment)

Bryna Sanger, Professor of Urban Policy Analysis, The New School for General Studies and Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy (Tenure)

Alex Schwartz, Associate Professor of Urban Policy, The New School for General Studies and Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy (Tenure)

Ken Stevens, Associate Professor of Design and Management, Parsons The New School for Design (Extended Employment)

Georgia (Jilly) Traganou, Associate Professor of Spatial Design Studies, Parsons The New School for Design (Tenure)

Bhawani Venkataraman, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts (Extended Employment)

Carol Wilder, Professor of Media Studies, The New School for General Studies and Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy (Tenure)

The following four faculty members successfully completed a promotion review to earn the rank of professor:

Lisa Servon, Professor of Management and Urban Policy, The New School for General Studies and Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy

Howard Steele, Professor of Psychology, The New School for Social Research

Miriam Steele, Professor of Psychology, The New School for Social Research

McKenzie Wark, Professor of Cultural and Media Studies, Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts and The New School for Social Research

Promotion reviews are an important means by which to acknowledge the achievements and contributions of our faculty, particularly as we are building a stronger academic community. Congratulations once again to the faculty members who have successfully earned tenure, extended employment, or a promotion to professor. Thanks, too, to all of the faculty members who participated on review committees at the divisional or university level, and to the administrators in the divisions and provost’s office who undertook the considerable work to facilitate and coordinate the reviews. Your commitment of time as well as your wisdom, seriousness, and high standards are so important and very much appreciated.

Sincerely,

Tim Marshall

Tim Marshall
Provost

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