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Dakota Wesleyan Faculty Promoted

Dakota Wesleyan Faculty Promoted

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Five faculty members at Dakota Wesleyan University were recognized at the Honors Convocation for promotion and tenure. Lori Bork of the Arlene Gates Department of Nursing was promoted to full professor status. Lana Loken of the athletic training department was promoted to full professor status. Theatre Director Daniel Miller was promoted to associate professor and granted tenure. Diane Sandhoff, dean of the College of Healthcare, Fitness, and Sciences, was promoted to full professor status. Jesse Weins, dean of the College of Leadership and Public Service, was promoted to associate professor and granted tenure.

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