|News||December 4, 2003|
New colleges seek deans
By Cate Baird
Cleveland State University is close to the conclusion of the dean searches for three new additions to the university, the Honors College, the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, and the College of Sciences.
Candidates for the Honors College are Professor David Ball of the chemistry department, Professor Carolyn Lin of the communication department, Assistant Prof-essor Barbara Margolius of the mathematics department, and Associate Professor Jeffrey Williams of the anthropology department.
According to Chin Y. Kuo, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at CSU, the interview process will be completed soon.
“Interviews should be complete by this week we would like to have the person appointed by the end of the year, so they will be ready to go by January,” Kuo said.
Candidates for the new College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences are A&S Interim Dean Earl Anderson, Professor Leo Jeffres of the communication department, and Professor Peter Meiksins of the sociology department.
Candidates for the new College of Sciences are Professor Michael Gates of the biological, geological and environmental sciences department, chemistry Chair Stan Duraj and A&S Assoc-iate Dean Richard Rakos.
According to Kuo, the search committee will make a recommendation to the provost, who will then consult with the president, which is where the final decision will be made.
All deans should be appointed by the end of this year.
© 2003 The Cleveland Stater
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