Nineteen professors awarded tenure by Corporation


The Executive Committee of the MIT Corporation has approved the awarding of tenure to the following faculty members. Unless otherwise noted, all of these promotions are from associate professor without tenure to associate professor with tenure, and all will become effective July 1.

A reception was held at Gray House May 16 to honor all recently promoted and tenured faculty. In September, MIT Tech Talk will run an article with a brief profile and photograph of each faculty member. That article will include any additional faculty members who are approved for tenure at the June meeting of the Executive Committee or over the summer.

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING

Media Arts and Sciences--Justine Cassell

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

Aeronautics and Astronautics--David W. Miller, Brian C. Williams
Chemical Engineering--Paula T. Hammond
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science--Dennis M. Freeman, Martin C. Rinard, Seth J. Teller
Mechanical Engineering--David R. Wallace

SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES, ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

Economics--Jaume Ventura
History--Jeffrey S. Ravel
Linguistics and Philosophy--Alexander Byrne
Literature--Shankar Raman
Political Science--Melissa Nobles
Science, Technology and Society--David A. Mindell

SCHOOL OF SCIENCE

Biology--David P. Bartel
Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences--Kelin X. Whipple
Physics--Washington Taylor IV (from assistant professor effective Nov. 1, 2001, and to full professor effective July 1)

SLOAN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

Daniel Ariely, Simon Johnson

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on May 22, 2002.


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