Gazette

Appointments, Resignations, Deaths (9/16/2016)

September 11, 2016

Appointments

Raye Allen, director of major gifts and leadership giving at United Way of Greater Cincinnati, to vice president for institutional advancement at Mount St. Joseph University.

James Bandy, coordinator of academic planning and strategic initiatives at the University of South Dakota, to special assistant to the chancellor for athletics compliance at Appalachian State University.

Edgar Berry, vice president for student affairs at Texas College, to interim vice president for student affairs at Lincoln University (Pa.).

Mordecai Brownlee, dean of students and chief student affairs officer at the University of Charleston, to vice president for student success at St. Philip's College.

Mary Canale, associate vice president for development, to interim vice president for development and alumni relations at the State University of New York College at Oswego.

Candice Chan, director of international admissions at Widener University, to dean of international admissions at Furman University.

Horace Chase, vice president for financial and administrative affairs, to interim president of Jackson State Community College.

Matt Clifford, director of residence life and housing and director of campus life projects, to associate dean of students for student conduct at Wake Forest University.

Anthony Cruz, vice president for enrollment management and student affairs at Sinclair Community College, to vice chancellor for student affairs at St. Louis Community College.

Margaret Dees, chief communications and marketing officer, to senior vice president for enrollment management and communications at Jacksonville University.

Sarah Dunn, associate professor of kinesiology, to director of research and sponsored programs at the University of La Verne.

Mike Fleming, former chief government, military, and community relations officer, to senior vice president for university relations and development at Jacksonville University.

Susan Behlke Foley, partner at Foley, Foley, & Pearson, to president of the University of Alaska Foundation.

Jason Geary, associate dean of graduate studies, equity, and inclusion in the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance and professor of musicology at the University of Michigan, to director of the School of Music and professor of musicology at the University of Maryland.

Reginald Gilyard, partner and managing director of the Los Angeles office at Boston Consulting Group, to dean of the George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics at Chapman University.

Kristie Gover, dean of students, to senior vice president for student affairs at Jacksonville University.

Eva Graham, director of the Center for Diversity at the California Institute of Technology, to institute diversity officer and Title IX coordinator at the California Institute of the Arts.

Kelly Gualtieri, acting director of admissions at the United States Merchant Marine Academy, to director of admissions and enrollment management at Maine Maritime Academy.

Lareese Hall, architecture and art librarian at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, to dean of libraries at the Rhode Island School of Design.

Bill Hamilton, assistant professor of physiological and technological nursing, to assistant dean of administration in the College of Nursing at Augusta University.

Heath Hooper, associate professor and chair of the department of sport management, to dean of the Robert H. Ledbetter College of Business at Shorter University.

Donnie Horner, director of athletics, to provost and senior vice president of university and academic affairs at Jacksonville University.

Martha Jordan, associate professor of law, to associate dean of academic affairs for the law school at Duquesne University.

Dean Kahler, vice chancellor for enrollment management at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, to vice provost for strategic enrollment management at the University of Idaho.

John Kiralla, executive director of marketing and communications, to vice president for marketing and communications at Loyola Marymount University.

Regina Kreisle, interim associate dean and director, to associate dean and director of the School of Medicine at Indiana University.

Mary Jo Lamparski, chief advancement officer at Envision Unlimited, to vice president for institutional advancement at Adler University.

Rafael Landaeta, associate professor of engineering management and systems engineering, to associate dean of undergraduate education in the Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology at Old Dominion University.

Tsu-Jae King Liu, associate dean of academic planning and development in the College of Engineering, to vice provost for academic and space planning at the University of California at Berkeley.

Joan Marques, assistant dean, to interim dean of the School of Business at Woodbury University.

Cindy McClenagan, dean of the School of Languages and Literature, to vice president for academic affairs at Wayland Baptist University.

Cindy Melton, former chair of the department of teacher education and leadership, to dean of the School of Education at Mississippi College.

Karen Montalto, director and assistant dean of nursing student success at Rutgers University at Camden, to dean of health sciences at Rowan College at Burlington County.

Arlene Montevecchio, director of the Center for Social Concerns at Gannon University, to director of the Center for Spirituality at Saint Mary's College (Ind.).

Jeremy Morgan, assistant director of sports information at Otterbein University, to director of sports information at Mount Vernon Nazarene University.

Bryce Morgan, lead chemist at Clean Harbors, to director of environmental health and safety at the University of Alabama at Huntsville.

David Nerenberg, interim chief financial officer at Curry College, to executive director of finance for dental medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

James O'Meara, associate dean and professor of education at National Louis University, to dean of the College of Education at Texas A&M International University.

George Omiros, executive vice president and chief field and campaign officer for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, to associate vice president for the Health Sciences Center at West Virginia University Foundation.

Beth Osborne, director of finance and administration in the Pamplin College of Business, to director of operational effectiveness in the Apex Systems Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Virginia Tech.

Mary Corliss Pearl, interim dean, to dean at the City University of New York Honors College.

Kim Pearson, associate professor of law, to associate dean of faculty research and development for the law school at Gonzaga University.

Jacob Rooksby, assistant professor of law, to associate dean of administration for the law school at Duquesne University.

Debra Sanborn, vice president, to president of the National Student Exchange.

Scott Shattuck, director of the School of Theatre, to associate dean of the College of Fine Arts at Stephen F. Austin State University.

Matthew Small, chief business officer and president of Blackboard, to chief executive officer of Symplicity.

Walter Wendler, chancellor emeritus of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, to president of West Texas A&M University.

Doug Whitlock, president emeritus of Eastern Kentucky University, to interim chancellor of Arkansas State University.

Resignations

Jocelyn Benson, dean of the law school at Wayne State University.

Marvin Krislov, president of Oberlin College, effective June 30.

Frederick Moore, president of Buena Vista University, effective June 30.

Retirements

Peter Barr, president of Glenville State College, effective June 30.

Janis Bellack, president of the MGH Institute of Health Professions, effective June 30.

Bruce Blanding, president of Jackson State Community College, effective January 31.

Gail Carberry, president of Quinsigamond Community College.

Peter Cimbolic, president of Ohio Dominican University, effective August 1.

Brad Gottfried, president of the College of Southern Maryland, effective June 30.

Dave Hart, director of athletics at the University of Tennessee, effective June 30.

Frank Nicchi, president of the New York Chiropractic College, effective August 31.

Bette Worley, president of the National Student Exchange.

Deaths

Curtiss Bailey, 89, professor emeritus of animal science at the University of Nevada at Reno, died on June 15.

Mary Corcoran, 94, former professor of educational psychology and higher education at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, died on July 24 in Minneapolis.

James Fuchs, 72, former professor of biochemistry, molecular biology, and biophysics at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, died on May 9 in Roseville, Minn.

Stephen Gasiorowicz, 88, former professor of theoretical physics at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, died on June 3 in Minneapolis.

Ruth Hubbard, 92, former professor of biology at Harvard University, died on September 1.

Kentaro Inoue, 47, professor of plant sciences at the University of California at Davis, died on August 31 in Sacramento.

Joe Milner, 87, professor emeritus of journalism at Arizona State University at Tempe, died on August 14.

Prem Paul, 68, former vice chancellor for research and economic development at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, died on September 2.

Mark Richardson, dean of the School of Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University, died in September.

William Schroeder, 73, professor emeritus of law at Southern Illinois University, died on August 28 in Carbondale, Ill.

Charles Smith, 89, former associate dean of the law school at the University of Washington, died on August 28 in Seattle.

Harrison Spencer, chief executive of the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health and former dean of the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine at Tulane University, died on August 10 in Washington, D.C.

Lee Dallas Stauffer, 87, former dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, died on July 21 in Falcon Heights, Minn.

W. Barnes Tatum, 78, former professor of religion and philosophy at Greensboro College, died on August 26.

Roger Tsien, 64, professor of pharmacology, chemistry, and biochemistry at the University of California at San Diego, died on August 24 in Eugene, Ore.

Henry Wasser, 97, executive director emeritus of the Academy for the Humanities and Sciences at the City University of New York, died on September 4 in New York City.

John Yeakel, 85, professor emeritus of management and Latin American studies at the University of New Mexico, died on August 30 in Albuquerque.

Alan Yousten, 79, professor emeritus of biological sciences at Virginia Tech, died on August 24.