Faculty Members Earn Promotions, Tenure
Catherine Roma and Russell Kincaid Awarded Academic Recognition
January 12, 2011
The College granted Russell Kincaid and Catherine Roma tenure and/or promotions.
Wilmington College granted two faculty members tenure while one was promoted to the rank of associate professor.
Catherine Roma, professor of music, received tenure while Russell Kincaid was granted tenure and promoted from assistant to associate professor of mathematics.
President Dan DiBiasio accepted the recommendation of the Tenure and Review Committee, which this fall reviewed materials submitted in support of faculty members’ pursuit of tenure and/or promotions in academic rank.
“These are well-deserved awards,” DiBiasio said. “Cathy and Russ have both made significant contributions to our campus community and the community at large.”
Roma has been a member of the music faculty since 1993. She directs the Wilmington College Chorale and UMOJA: The Men’s Chorus at Warren Correctional Institution. She earned her bachelor of arts and master of music degrees from the University of Wisconsin and her doctor of musical arts from the University of Cincinnati.
Kincaid has served on the mathematics faculty since 2005 and directs the Ohio Academy of Science’s District 17 Science Day held each March at the College. He received his bachelor of science degree from Denison University and his Ph.D. from North Carolina State University.