WWU Announces Faculty Promotions

William Woods University recently promoted three faculty
members: Lee Bailey, Greg Smith and Anthony Lungstrum.

Bailey was named associate professor of accounting, Smith
was named associate professor of
English and Lungstrum was named assistant
professor of athletic training.
Lee BaileyA resident of Fulton, Bailey, is a graduate of WWU,
with a B.A. in accounting, and is a Certified Public Accountant. She also holds
an M.A. in human resources management from Webster University and a juris
doctorate from William Howard Taft University.
She worked at William Woods from 1985 to 1995 and left
to become business manager at Missouri Girls Town. She spent three years at
Callaway Community Hospital as director of human resources and marketing and
served as human resources director for the City of Fulton for four years. She
joined the WWU faculty in 2005.
Smith, who lives in Mexico, Mo., joined the William
Woods faculty in 2005 and specializes in film
studies, composition, and American literature. He earned a B.A., M.A.
and Ph.D., all in English and all from Western Michigan in Kalamazoo, Mich., where
he taught since 1993 and was an assistant professor from 2000 to 2005. He also
was a freelance copywriter/editor/proofreader for McCrosky Marketing
Communications, 2001-2005.
During his professional career, Smith has published articles
on a wide Greg Smithrange of topics—including American cinema, American literature,
British literature and even contemporary rock music—in such academic
journals as Literature-Film
Quarterly, The Mid-Atlantic Almanack
andThe Midwest Quarterly.

Lungstrum, who lives in
Fulton, serves as chair of the sciences, mathematics and human performance
division and director of the athletic training education program, in addition
to his teaching responsibilities.
Coming to William Woods in
2007, he previously was an instructor at Texas A&M University-Commerce for
three years. He also was clinical coordinator for the athletic training
education program and assistant athletic trainer since 2000. 
Anthony LungstrumLungstrum served as medical coordinator for the National
Youth Sports Program in Tahlequah, Okla., before going to Texas A&M
University-Commerce. He has a B.S. in health and human performance and an M.S.
in college teaching, both from Northeastern State University, in Tahlequah,
Okla. He is completing a doctorate of education through Texas A&M