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August 2009

Release Date: Aug. 21, 2009ASU Logo

ASU Welcomes 23 New Faculty Members

When fall semester classes begin Monday, Aug. 24, at Angelo State University, the faculty will include 23 new members in all five colleges.

The new faculty include 15 in the College of Liberal and Fine Arts, three in the College of Education, three in the College of Business, one in the College of Nursing and Allied Health, and one in the College of Sciences.

The faculty members and their positions include:

� Dr. Kimberly Busby, assistant professor of art teaching art history and art education;

� Dr. Karen Cody, associate professor of French and Spanish and head of the Department of Modern Languages;

� Dr. David Faught, assistant professor of Spanish;

� Dr. Kevin Garrison, assistant professor of English;

� Dr. Ken Heineman, professor of history and head of the Department of History;

� Dr. Biqing Huang, assistant professor of finance;

� Dr. You-jou Hung, assistant professor of physical therapy;

� Dr. Eric Jenkins, assistant professor of communication;

� Dr. WooJin Kang, assistant professor of government;

� Dr. Constance Kelley, assistant professor of music and assistant director of bands;

� Dr. Erin Ashworth-King, assistant professor of English;

� Dr. Robert LeGrand, assistant professor of computer science;

� Dr. Leah Mangrum, assistant professor of communication;

� Dr. Laurence Musgrove, professor of English and head of the Department of English;

� Dr. Veronica Ostertag, assistant professor of German;

� Dr. Chuck Pier, assistant professor of accounting;

� Dr. Jason E. Pierce, assistant professor of history;

� Dr. Christine Purkiss, assistant professor of teacher education;

� Dr. Robin Runia, assistant professor of English;

� Dr. David Sanders, assistant professor of sociology;

� Dr. Shawn Wahl, professor of communication and head of the Department of Communication, Drama and Journalism;

� Dr. Kristi White, assistant professor of kinesiology and director of the athletic training education program (ATEP); and

� Dr. Amy M. Williamson, assistant professor of curriculum and instruction.