The search committee for the next dean of the School of Education & Human Services began meeting shortly before Christmas to begin work on a position description. The final version along with other information may be reviewed here. A shorter print version of the advertisement appeared in the January 8, 2010 edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Candidates are advised to submit their material by February 12 for full consideration, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The committee plans to begin telephone interviews in late February or early March followed shortly after with campus interviews for finalists. The committee is meeting regularly and has developed a rubric for evaluating candidates. As of January 19, nine applications have been received.
“I want to extend a special thank you to the many individuals who graciously offered to assist in the search,” said Joe Alber, PhD, dean of the Wehle School of Business. “Unfortunately, it wasn’t possible to accommodate everyone who volunteered, but the committee has broad representation from School of Education & Human Services as well as faculty from Arts & Sciences and the Wehle School of Business.”
The search committee consists of Joe Alber, PhD (chairperson), dean, Wehle School of Business; Elizabeth Brandjes, M.Ed, director, Office of Educational Partnerships; David Devereux, PhD, associate professor, international relations; Annie Dobies, associate dean and director of disability support services; Michael Dolan, professor of sports medicine and health and human performance; Sandy Estanek, PhD, associate professor, graduate education and leadership; Kristin Finn, PhD, associate professor, adolescence education; Jeffrey R. Lindauer, PhD, associate professor, physical education, health and sport studies; Michele A. Marable, EdD, associate professor, education; Patrick Mizak, PhD, director of institutional research; Michael E. Rutter, associate professor of counseling and human services; Richard Shick, professor, finance, and dean emeritus; and Ann Wright, professor, biology.
Submitted by: Joe Alber, PhD, dean, Wehle School of Business