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Four College of Education faculty members recently earned tenure and attained the rank of associate professor for 2009.
The newly-tenured faculty members are Drs. Theresa McCormick and Melody L. Russell of the Department of Curriculum and Teaching, Jared A. Russell of the Department of Kinesiology and Margaret E. Shippen of the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, Counseling/School Psychology.
McCormick teaches social studies elementary education and serves as program coordinator for the elementary education program. She joined the college's faculty in 2004 after serving as a Teacher-in-Residence at the University of Alabama.
Melody Russell, who teaches science education, joined the College of Education faculty in 2002 after earning serving as an assistant professor at Georgia State University. She earned her doctorate from the University of Georgia in 2000.
Jared Russell teaches physical education teacher education and has served as coordinator of the Physical Activity and Wellness Program (PAWP). He has been a member of the college's faculty since 2002, after earning his doctorate from the University of Georgia.
Shippen, who teaches rehabilitation and special education, joined the college's faculty in 2005. She previously served as an assistant professor at Georgia State University. Shippen earned her doctorate from Auburn in 2001.
Last Updated: May 17, 2011