Bowdoin Dean to Take Executive Post at the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

CristleCollinsJuddCristle Collins Judd has accepted an appointment as senior program officer in higher education and scholarship in the humanities at the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. She will begin her new job on September 1.

Since 2006, Dr. Judd has been dean of academic affairs, chief academic officer, and professor of music at Bowdoin College in Maine.  Earlier in her career, she taught at the University of Pennsylvania for 13 years. Professor Judd is the author of  Musical Theory in the Renaissance (Ashgate Publishing, 2013).

Professor Judd stated that “I am deeply honored to be joining the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Having experienced firsthand the profound and transformative effects of the Foundation’s grant making for colleges and universities, I very much look forward to working with colleagues at the Foundation in this critical support and advocacy for the arts and humanities in higher education.”

Dr. Judd holds a master’s degree from Rice University in Houston, Texas. She earned a second master’s degree and a Ph.D. in music theory and analysis from Kings College, London.

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