Penn State Brandywine announces faculty promotions, effective July 1

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Penn State Brandywine has announced faculty promotions, effective July 1.

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MEDIA, Pa. — The following is a list of academic promotions for faculty members at Penn State Brandywine, effective July 1.

“On behalf of the entire Brandywine community, I enthusiastically congratulate our dedicated faculty who have received well-earned promotions,” said Chancellor Marilyn Wells. “Their promotions represent years of excellence in teaching, research and service to their campus, community and profession.”

Tenure-line faculty promotions:

  • Evan Bradley, associate professor of psychology
  • Paul Greene, professor of integrative arts
  • Marinda Harrell-Levy, associate professor of human development and family studies
  • Pauline Thompson-Guerin, professor of psychology

Nontenure-line faculty promotions:

  • Joshua Marquit, associate teaching professor of psychology
  • Deb Ousey, assistant teaching professor of English
  • Michael Sturm, assistant teaching professor of human development and family studies
  • Karen Theveny, assistant teaching professor of communication

“Representing social sciences, arts and humanities, and communications, these deserving faculty have demonstrated a true commitment to our campus and our students,” Wells added. “We’re grateful for their contributions to Brandywine.”

With an enrollment of about 1,400 students, Penn State Brandywine offers 14 baccalaureate degrees and the first two years of more than 275 majors that can be completed at another Penn State campus, as well as on-campus housing, internships, undergraduate research opportunities, international study programs and varsity sports.