Dr. Mine Eren
Assoc. Professor of German
Assoc. Professor of Arts
Dr. April Marchetti
Assoc. Professor of Chemistry
Dr. Evie Terrono
Assoc. Professor of Art History
Randolph-Macon College President Robert Lindgren and Provost William Johnston are
pleased to announce the tenure of four faculty members who were approved during
the spring meeting of the R-MC Board of Trustees.
“Each of these faculty members has earned this formal recognition by their peers
and the college for their exceptional service, dedication and commitment to providing
the highest quality education for our students,” said Provost Johnston. “I sincerely
extend my heartiest congratulations to each of them.”
The following faculty have earned tenure :
Dr. Mine Eren, associate professor of German and Film, joined the R-MC faculty
in the fall of 2002. Her teaching interests include post-war German society and
culture, Germany’s immigration history, history of film, independent cinema and
Women’s and Cultural Studies. Dr. Eren earned a master’s of arts degree from Ludwig-Maximilian
Universität (Munich, Germany) and also from Brown University, where she also earned
a Ph.D. in German Studies.
Gregg Hillmar, associate professor of arts and scenography and production,
joined the faculty in 2002. He is supervisor of the design and technical production
program and teaches courses in theatre, theatre technology and scenography, theatre
design and stage management. Hillmar earned a bachelor’s degree from University
of Richmond and a master’s of fine arts degree in theatrical design from the University
of Texas at Austin.
Dr. April D. H. Marchetti, associate professor of chemistry, joined the faculty
in fall of 2002. Her teaching interests include general, instrumental and analytical
chemistry as well as chemistry and crime. Dr. Marchetti is an alumna of Randolph-Macon
College with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and a Ph.D. from Pennsylvania State
Dr. Evie Savidou-Terrono, associate professor of art history came to R-MC
in 1990 as an adjunct lecturer and joined the full-time faculty in 2002. Her areas
of specialization include nineteenth and early twentieth-century American art, nineteenth-century
European art, renaissance art and classical and Byzantine archaeology. Dr. Terrono
earned a bachelor’s degree from University of Crete (Greece) and a master’s of art
from Queen’s College, as well as a master’s of philosophy and Ph.D. from The Graduate
School and University Center, The City University of New York.
In addition to the tenure announcement, two faculty members received promotions.
Dr. Eve Torrence, mathematics, and Dr. Virginia Young, Library Director,
were named full professors.