Regents approve tenure appointments

June 17, 1999
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ANN ARBOR—Faculty appointments, with tenure, approved by the University of Michigan Regents at their June 17 meeting included:
Helen A. Baghdoyan, a faculty member at the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, will be professor of anesthesiology and of pharmacology at U-M, effective Aug. 1.
Daniel G. Brown, a faculty member at Michigan State University, will be associate professor of natural resources and environment at U-M, effective Sept. 1.
Evan H. Caminker, a faculty member at the University of California at Los Angeles, will be professor of law at U-M, effective Sept. 1.
Izak Duenyas, associate professor of industrial and operations engineering at the U-M College of Engineering, will be associate professor of operations management at the U-M School of Business Administration, effective Sept. 1.
Robert L. Howse, a faculty member at the University of Toronto, will be professor of law at U-M, effective Sept. 1.
Vassilio Lambropoulos, a faculty member at the Ohio State University, will be professor of modern Greek studies at U-M, effective Sept. 1.
Ralph Lydic, a faculty member at the Pennsylvania State University, will be professor of anesthesiology, professor of physiology, and the Bert N. LaDu Professor of Anesthesiology Research at U-M, effective Aug. 1.
Andrei Steven Markovits, a faculty member at the University of California at Santa Cruz, will be professor of German at U-M, effective Sept. 1.
Tomoko Masuzawa, a faculty member at the University of North Carolina, will be associate professor of history and comparative literature at U-M, effective Sept. 1.
Edward J. McGuire, a faculty member at the University of Texas Health Science Center, will be professor of surgery at U-M, effective July 1.
Michael Reisch, a faculty member at University of Pennsylvania, will be professor of social work at U-M, effective Sept. 1.

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