Forgive me if this is redundant, but I do not recall seeing anything here about it. A while back we were speculating on which assistant professors might have (and might not have) earned tenure. It struck me as irresponsible to speculate on something like a person’s career when the facts would eventually all be known.

And known they now are. Williams has announced that ten assistant professors received tenure. They are:

Leslie Brown, history; María Elena Cepeda, Latina/o Studies; Alexandra Garbarini, history; Bernhard Klingenberg, statistics; David Love, economics; Brian Martin, French; Christopher Nugent, Chinese; Mérida M. Rúa, Latina/o Studies and American Studies; Olga Shevchenko, sociology; and Christian Thorne, English.

Congratulations are in order on this career landmark. They all richly deserve it.

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