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Dear Alumni and Friends,
On May 9 of this year, I began serving as acting dean of the College of Education and Human Sciences. Newly appointed Chancellor Ronnie Green called upon CEHS Dean Marjorie Kostelnik to fill the open position of senior vice chancellor of academic affairs, and the chancellor asked me to step up from my role as an associate dean. I was honored. My interim assignment is expected to end in early 2017 as Dean Kostelnik returns to her post in CEHS, and I will return to my role of leading our academic affairs in the College. This experience has been rewarding and educational, and I am grateful for the opportunity.
I have always had great respect for the collective work we do in CEHS to enhance the lives of individuals, families, schools and communities. Serving as acting dean of this great college has made it abundantly clear to me that we are making a profound difference in our state. Our faculty, staff and students are very dedicated to our mission, and I couldn’t be more proud.
Please take some time to read our latest CEHS Connections newsletter. It’s a snapshot of the diverse teaching, research and outreach we engage in each day. As always, I would welcome your feedback at email@example.com. In addition, I’d like to extend my sincerest wishes to you and your family for a safe and happy holiday season.