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JCC Announces Continuing Appointments, Promotions and Sabbaticals

Jefferson Community College (JCC) has announced continuing appointments, promotions and sabbaticals for faculty and staff effective September 1, 2016 as approved by the College Board of Trustees on March 2, 2016.

Continuing appointment was granted to the following faculty and staff:  

Bruce F. Alexander, director of administrative services, of Dexter; Dawn Bartlett, instructor of speech communications, of Watertown; Julie Hosbach, instructor of hospitality and tourism, of Watertown; Tina M. Kimmis, technical specialist, of Brownville; Christine D. Pristash, instructor of English, of Sackets Harbor; Cassondra Widrick-Phillips, assistant professor of nursing, of LaFargeville; Irene S. Wilder, instructor of business, of Copenhagen; Gerald Zoanetti, instructor of biology, of Henderson Harbor.

Dawn Bartlett, Watertown, was promoted from instructor to assistant professor of speech communications.  Julie Hosbach, Watertown, was promoted from instructor to assistant professor of hospitality and tourism. Christine D. Pristash, Sackets Harbor, was promoted from instructor to assistant professor of English.  Irene S. Wilder, Copenhagen, was promoted from instructor to assistant professor of business.  

Michael B. Avery, Sackets Harbor, was promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of English.  Lisa A. Cooley, Chaumont, was promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of nursing.  Richard E. Merryman, Watertown, was promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of accounting.   

Genny E. Pond, Pulaski, was promoted from associate professor to professor of engineering science. Lynn M. Sprott, Watertown, was promoted from associate professor to professor of psychology.

Additionally, sabbaticals were granted: Roy C. Romano of Watertown, assistant professor of English, Fall 2016 semester; Brandon L. Maxam of Oswego, assistant professor of English, Spring 2017 semester; and Raymond Petersen of Redwood, professor of political science, Spring 2017 semester.