Henderson honors faculty for years of service

Henderson State University recently recognized faculty members for their years of service to the university.

John Graves, Henley Professor of American History, was honored for his 35 years of service.

Jim Buckner, professor of music; John Long, professor of chemistry and biochemistry; Haroon Khan, professor of political science; and Renn Tumlison, professor of biology; were recognized for 30 years. Carolyn Eoff, professor and chair, mathematics, computer science, and statistics, was honored for 25 years.

Basil Miller, professor of physics; Lonnie Jackson, associate professor of management and MBA director; Judy Harrison, professor of curriculum and instruction; WIlliam Henshaw, professor of theatre arts; and John Miller, assistant professor of health and human performance; were honored for 20 years of service.

Recognized for 15 years of service were: Linda Evans, associate librarian and university archivist; Stephanie Barron, associate professor of English; John Greene, assistant professor of business; Aaron Calvert, professor of art; Patrick Wempe, chair of HPER and professor of recreation; and Paul Glover, professor of communication.

Jamie Lipton, associate professor of trombone and low brass, was honored for 10 years of service.

Five-year honorees were: Rebecca Langley, instructor of psychology; Carly Cate, online instructor of English; Tammie Townsend, assistant professor of nursing; Christine McDowell, assistant professor of curriculum and instruction; Eunice Akoto, associate professor of public management; Ivan Birch, assistant professor of criminal justice; and Judith Jenkins, chair of education leadership, ESOL director, and associate professor.