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Sept. 21, 2007
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EMU regents approve four new faculty

YPSILANTIThe Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents approved the appointments of four new faculty at its regular meeting Sept. 21.

All four appointments are female. Three are Caucasian and one is Asian. These faculty appointments were effective Aug. 29.

New tenure-track faculty and their departments are:

Angela Lukomski, of Canton, School of Nursing. Lukomski previously was a certified pediatric nurse practitioner at Botsford Pediatric Associates in Farmington from 2000-2007. She also has been a guest lecturer at Washtenaw Community College since 2000. Lukomski received her master's degree in nursing/pediatric nurse practitioner program from Wayne State University and her bachelor's degree in nursing from the University of Michigan.

Lynn Shetron-Rama, of Canton, assistant professor, School of Health Sciences. Prior to coming to EMU, she was a post doctorate research fellow in the University of Michigan's Department of Microbiology and Immunology from 2002-2007. Shetron-Rama received her doctorate in immunology and microbiology from Wayne State University and her bachelor's degree in medical technology and secondary science teaching from Michigan Technological University.

Nah-Mee Shin, of Ann Arbor, assistant professor, School of Nursing. Since 2006, Shin had been a senior research associate with the University of Michigan Health System’s Preventive Cardiology Department of Internal Medicine. Shin received her doctorate in philosophy (nursing) from the University of Michigan; her master's degree in clinical nurse specialist program in adult health nursing from the University of Virginia; and her bachelor's degree in nursing from Korea University in Seoul, Korea.

Julie Slack, of Ann Arbor, assistant professor, School of Nursing. Before coming to EMU, Slack was a staff nurse at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital from 2005-2007. She also had served as an adjunct lecturer at EMU during 2006. Slack received her master’s degree from the University of Michigan and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Michigan-Flint.


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