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2011 Advisory Board

Posted by on Friday, January 21, 2011 in News.

As we begin a new year, we’re happy to welcome some new members to the Center’s Advisory Board, who will join returning members at the Board’s semi-annual meeting later this month. Below are the names, titles, and the areas of representation for all members of the Board, with asterisks indicating our most recent additions:

  • Roberta Bell, Director of Institutional Research
  • Stephen Buckles,  Senior Lecturer in Economics – A & S (Social Sciences)
  • Douglas Clark, Associate Professor of Science Education – Peabody College *
  • Frank Dobson, Director of the Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center and Faculty Head of Gillette House – The Commons *
  • Connie Vinita Dowell, Dean of Libraries
  • Nancy Lea Hyer, Associate Professor of Operations Management and Associate Dean of Academic Programs – Owen Graduate School of Management
  • Susan Hylen, Assistant Professor of New Testament – Divinity School *
  • Carl Johnson, Professor of Biological Sciences and of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics – A & S (Sciences) *
  • Kimberly Lomis, Assistant Professor of Surgery and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education – School of Medicine
  • Anita Mahadevan-Jansen, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and of Neurological Surgery – School of Engineering
  • Emil Petrusa, Director of Office for Teaching & Learning in Medicine and Professor of Medical Education & Administration – School of Medicine
  • Marianne Ploger,  Senior Artist-Teacher of Musicianship and Director of the Musicianship Program  – Blair School of Music *
  • Jessica Riviere, Graduate Student in German – Graduate Student Council *
  • Mark Schoenfield, Professor and Department Chair, English – A & S (Humanities) *
  • Mavis Schorn, Associate Professor of Nursing and Director of the Nurse-Midwifery Program – School of Nursing *
  • Kevin Stack, Professor of Law – Law School *

Many thanks to all for your guidance, wisdom and service!

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