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February 3, 2015

Professor Wadhera Receives Tenure, Promotion

priya-wadheraIt is with pleasure and pride that we announce that following the meeting of the Board of Trustees at the close of 2014, and in accordance with the recommendations of the Faculty Committee on Retention, Tenure and Promotion (FCRTP), Dr. Priya Wadhera was granted tenure and promotion to Associate Professor in French. Dr. Wadhera is the first member of our department to get tenure in more than 28 years!

Congratulations to Dr. Wadhera for a job well done! We are looking forward for her continued success and service to the students, the Department and the Adelphi community

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