Recognizing those who retired during the first half of 2022

The list of retirees from the first half of 2022 is pretty short, but the years of service add up to more than 700 years. Please join us in wishing our colleagues a happy retirement.

Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences

Stephen Carr (42 years): English, associate professor emeritus

N. John Cooper (35 years): Chemistry, distinguished service professor emeritus and former dean of the Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences

Robert Drennan (44 years): Anthropology, distinguished professor emeritus

Juan Duchesne-Winter (15 years): Hispanic languages and literatures, professor emeritus

Barbara Edelman (30 years): English, senior lecturer

Mark Kemp (32 years): English, senior lecturer

James McNerney (38 years): Research support services, engineering technician

Stanley Paul (47 years): Chemistry, research specialist V

Jean-Francois Richard (30 years): Economics, distinguished university professor emeritus

Maria Saenz Robles (30 years): Biological sciences, research assistant professor

Mark Strauss (43 years): Psychology, associate professor emeritus

James Woodward (11 years): History and philosophy of science, distinguished professor emeritus

Disability Resources and Services

Noreen Mazzocca (22 years): Disability specialist

Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

Kevin Kearns (35 years): Professor of public and nonprofit management.  He was the founding director of the Johnson Institute for Responsible Leadership and the Frances Hesselbein Leadership Forum

John T.S. Keeler (15 years): Former dean of GSPIA, who served from 2007-20, before moving into a faculty position.

Phil Williams (32 years): Professor of international security studies; director of the Matthew B. Ridgway Center for International Security Studies and the Wesley W. Posvar Chair in International Security Studies

Pitt IT

Carol Zielinski (37 years): Applications manager

Pitt Pediatrics

Carlton M. Bates (14 years): Professor of pediatrics; vice chair of basic research; division director, pediatric nephrology

Sara C. McIntire (32 years): Professor of pediatrics; assistant advisory dean, Office of Student Affairs for Department of Pediatrics; Paul C. Gaffney Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine

School of Computing and Information

Marcella Walls (42 years): Secretary II, who in addition to working for individual faculty members, helped with faculty searches, the beginning of the online classes for Library Science and departmental travel

School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences

George E. Carvell (47 years): Professor, physical therapy

Mary Lynn Fitzgerald (24 years): Assistant professor, physical therapy

Walt A. Stoy (32 years): Professor, emergency medicine program

Valerie J. Watzlaf (36 years): Associate professor, health information management

School of Nursing

Eileen Chasens (18 years): Professor and department chair, Health & Community Systems

Marilyn Dice (23 years): Administrative secretary, Health & Community Systems