Bryan, Khurgin and Erozan Promoted The board of trustees has voted to promote two members of the Homewood faculty and one from the School of Medicine to the rank of professor. The board, at its May meeting, promoted Betsy M. Bryan of the Department of Near Eastern Studies in the School of Arts and Sciences, and Jacob B. Khurgin, of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the G.W.C. Whiting School of Engineering. Both appointments are effective July 1. The board also voted to promote Yener S. Erozan of the Department of Pathology in the School of Medicine, retroactive to May 1. Bryan, a member of the Hopkins faculty since 1986, is a respected expert on the political and art history of ancient Egypt and on the position of women in the Egyptian elite. She won wide acclaim for her years of work as guest curator for a traveling exhibition, "Egypt's Dazzling Sun: Amenhotep III and His World," which won the Apollo Award in 1993. Khurgin, at Hopkins since 1988, is known for creative and significant research work, both theoretical and experimental, in the area of quantum-welled structures. He won a Student Appreciation Award in 1993 for his classroom teaching. Erozan, who has been a member of the medical school faculty since 1968, is director of the John K. Frost Cytopathology Laboratory at Johns Hopkins Hospital and a past president of the American Society of Cytology. He has served frequently as a World Health Organization and United Nations consultant and is recognized for defining studies of the cytologic changes associated with lung tumors.
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