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Entomology Faculty 2023 Promotions

Dear Entomology Faculty, Staff and Students,

Please join us in congratulating the following Entomology faculty who have been notified that the Board of Trustees of Purdue University approved the nomination of the Campus Promotions Committee and the President of the University they be promoted effective August 14, 2023.


Laramy Enders - to Associate Professor of Entomology, with tenure

Aaron Smith - to Associate Professor of Entomology, with tenure

Dieudonne Baributsa - to Professor of Entomology


Laramy, Aaron and Dieudonne were recognized at a lunch hosted by the College of Agriculture on Friday April 14, 2023 where they received their promotions letter from Interim Dean, Ken Foster.

On behalf of the entire department, congratulations to our outstanding faculty for this recognition of their distinguished scholarship and academic accomplishments, and on achieving this professional milestone!

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