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Three Women Who Have Announced Their Retirements From High-Level Posts in the Academic World

Three Women Who Have Announced Their Retirements From High-Level Posts in the Academic World

Cheryl Evans, president of Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa, Oklahoma, Janice Gibson, director of development and alumni affairs at Alcorn State University in Mississippi, and Jean Goodnow, president of Delta College in Michigan, have all announced their retirements.

Three Women Who Have Retired from High-Level Positions at State Universities

Three Women Who Have Retired from High-Level Positions at State Universities

The three women who have retired from their university posts are Elizabeth Titus, former dean of the library at New Mexico State University, Dianne Debeixedon, an associate professor or art at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, and Sue Keiser, assistant to the chancellor at the University of Mississippi.

Four Women Who Are Retiring From Their High-Level College and University Posts

Four Women Who Are Retiring From Their High-Level College and University Posts

The four women who are retiring are Mariko Kaga, Class of 1952 Professor of Asian Languages at Carlton College in Northfield, Minnesota, Karla Broadus, director of the African American studies program at the University of Texas at San Antonio, Lisa Spargo, special projects coordinator at the University of Mississippi, and Trudy Hanson, professor of communication at West Texas A&M University.

Three Women Leaders of Colleges and Universities Announce They Are Stepping Down

Three Women Leaders of Colleges and Universities Announce They Are Stepping Down

The three women leaders who are stepping down from their posts are Donna Carroll, president of Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois, Shirley A. Reed, the founding president of South Texas College in McAllen, and Lara Tiedens, president of Scripps College in Claremont, California.

Three Women Announce They Are Stepping Down From High-Level University Positions

Three Women Announce They Are Stepping Down From High-Level University Positions

Beth E. Foley, dean of the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services at Utah State University, Adrienne D. Davis, vice provost for faculty affairs and diversity at Washington Univerity in St. Louis, and Lisa A. Tedesco, dean of the Laney Graduate School at Emory Univerity, are stepping down from their administrative posts.

Two Women Announce That They Are Leaving Their High-Level Administrative Posts in Academia

Two Women Announce That They Are Leaving Their High-Level Administrative Posts in Academia

Karine Moe, provost at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, announced that she will step down from her post at the end of the academic year and return to the faculty. Marsha Jaeger, assistant vice chancellor for educational partnerships at the University of California, Berkeley, is retiring after a 30-year career on campus.

Five Women Who Are Stepping Down From High-Level Positions at Colleges and Universities

Five Women Who Are Stepping Down From High-Level Positions at Colleges and Universities

The five women who are leaving their posts are Suzanne Mellon, president of Carlow University in Pittsburgh, Jill Thorngren, a dean at South Dakota State University, Ruth Spencer, director of human resources at Vassar College in New York, Susan Fritz, provost at the University of Nebraska, and Katharine Brooks, director of the Career Center at Vanderbilt University.

Five Women Who Are Retiring From Colleges and Universities

Five Women Who Are Retiring From Colleges and Universities

The women who have or will be stepping down are Kristi A. Nelson, provost at the University of Cincinnati, Barbara Craig at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, Leslie Kirwan at Harvard University, Rebekka Wachter at Arizona State University, and Viven G. Fryd at Vanderbilt University in Nashville.

Four Women Have Announced Their Retirements From High-Level University Positions

Four Women Have Announced Their Retirements From High-Level University Positions

Stepping down from their university positions are Janet Lindner at Yale University, Valerie Gregory at the University of Virginia, Nancy Cohen at the University of Massachusetts AMherst, and Madelyn Wessel at Cornell University.

Five Women Who Are Stepping Down From Their Posts in Higher Education

Five Women Who Are Stepping Down From Their Posts in Higher Education

The women leaving their posts are Susan Cole at Montclair State University in New Jersey, Linda D. Norman at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Theresa McBride at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, Judi Henry at Texas Tech University, and Mary Galvin at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana.

Four Women Who Are Stepping Down From High-Level Administrative Positions at Colleges and Universities

Four Women Who Are Stepping Down From High-Level Administrative Positions at Colleges and Universities

The four women who are leaving their administrative positions are Susan Gennaro at Boston College, Jutta-Annette Page from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, Stephanie Smith at Virginia Commonwealth University, and Lindsay Chase-Lansdale of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.

Four Women Announce Their Retirements From Colleges and Universities

Four Women Announce Their Retirements From Colleges and Universities

The four women who are leaving their posts in the academic world are Maureen J. Mahoney at Boston Univerity, Paulette Sanders at Grace College in Indiana, Beth Brin at Boise State University in Idaho, and Joanne Bankston at Kentucky State University.

Three Women Who Are Stepping Down  From Their High-Level Posts at Universities

Three Women Who Are Stepping Down From Their High-Level Posts at Universities

Stepping down from the current toles are Terry Murphy, deputy provost for academic affairs at George Washington University, Cynthia Wilbanks, vice president for government relations at the University of Michigan, and Dana Canedy, administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes at Columbia University.

Four Women Retiring From Their Posts at State Universities

Four Women Retiring From Their Posts at State Universities

The four women who have retired from state university posts are Julie Honnold at Virginia Commonwealth University, Margaret Dunn at Wright State University in Ohio, Debra Spring at Alcorn State University in Mississippi, and Sheila Schultz at Ohio University.

Four Women in Academia Who Are Stepping Down From Their University Positions

Four Women in Academia Who Are Stepping Down From Their University Positions

The women who are stepping down at Maura E. Hagan at Utah State University, Julie Barrett Heffington at the University of California, Santa Cruz, Lenore D. Miller at George Washington University, and Jennifer Sinclair Curtis at the University of California, Davis.

Five Women From the Academic World Who Are Stepping Down From Their Posts

Five Women From the Academic World Who Are Stepping Down From Their Posts

The women leaving their college or university posts are Jane Fernandez, president of Guilford College in North Carolina, Kim Kloeppel at the University of New Mexico, Claire Kaplan at the University of Virginia, Lynn M. Morgan at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts, and Karen Hammond at Boise State University in Idaho.

Three Women Scholars Retire From the Faculty at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania

Three Women Scholars Retire From the Faculty at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania

Swarthmore College, the highly rated liberal arts institution in suburban Philadelphia, has announced the retirement of six faculty members, with a combined 213 years of service to the college. Three of the retirees are women: Deb Bergstrand, Sara Hiebert Burch, and Connie Hungerford.

Three Women Scholars Who Have Announced Their Retirements

Three Women Scholars Who Have Announced Their Retirements

Stepping down from their posts are Marlene Sprouse, president of Indian Hills Community College in Iowa, Patricia Johnson, a professor of range science at South Dakota State University, and Susan Basow, a professor of psychology at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania.

Four Women Who Have Announced Their Retirements From the Academic World

Four Women Who Have Announced Their Retirements From the Academic World

Stepping down from their posts are Geraldine M. Jones, president of California University of Pennsylvania, Gay Barzee of Boise State University in Idaho, Barbara Brooome of Kent State University in Ohio, and Lorna Jean Edmunds of Ohio University.

Four Women Who Have Announced Their Retirements From Higher Education Posts

Four Women Who Have Announced Their Retirements From Higher Education Posts

Stepping down from the higher education posts are Cheryl Larabee of Boise State University in Idaho, Teshia Levy-Grant of Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, Susan Jaffe of the North Carolina School of the Arts, and Alfreda Brown of Kent State University in Ohio.

Four Women Who Are Stepping Down From Their Executive Posts in Higher Education

Four Women Who Are Stepping Down From Their Executive Posts in Higher Education

The women who are leaving their posts in higher education leadership are Susie Stalcup at Vanderbilt Univerity, Evelynn Ellis at Dartmouth College, Mary Kay Helling at South Dakota State University, and Karen Scolforo, president of Castleton State University in Vermont.

Three Women Announce Their Retirements From Positions at State Universities

Three Women Announce Their Retirements From Positions at State Universities

The three women who have announced their retirements are Terri Spinazza, director of purchasing at Boise State University in Idaho, Jane S. Bray, dean of education at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, and Mary Minton, an associate professor of nursing at South Dakota State University.

Four Women Who Are Leaving Their Posts as College Presidents

Four Women Who Are Leaving Their Posts as College Presidents

The four women who have left – or will be leaving their posts – as college presidents are Carol A. Moore at Columbia College in South Caroline, Terri L. Winfree at Praire State College in Chicago Heights, Illinois, Carolyn J. Stefanco of the College of St. Rose in Albany, New York, and Linda D. Rose at Santa Ana College in California.

Dean of the Baylor University School of Nursing to Step Down on June 30

Dean of the Baylor University School of Nursing to Step Down on June 30

Shelley F. Conroy dean of the Louise Herrington School of Nursing at Baylor University in Texas, has decided to step down from her administrative post effective June 30. She has served as dean of the nursing school for eight years.

Dianne Harrison to Postpone Retirement as President of California State University, Northridge

Dianne Harrison to Postpone Retirement as President of California State University, Northridge

Last November, Dianne Harrison, president of California State University, Northridge, announced she would retire on June 30, 2020. Now, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Harrison has announced that she will stay on through the fall 20020 semester.

Four Women Who Are Stepping Down From College Leadership Posts

Four Women Who Are Stepping Down From College Leadership Posts

The four women who are leaving or have left their posts are Elizabeth McCormack, a dean at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, Constance M. Carroll, the chancellor of the San Diego Community College District, Maria Harper-Marinick, the chancellor of the Maricopa County Community College District in Arizona, and Olivia G. White, dean of students at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland.

Four Women Scholars Who Are Leaving Their University Posts

Four Women Scholars Who Are Leaving Their University Posts

Stepping down from their positions are Patricia M. Lampkin at the University of Virginia, Karen P. DePauw at Virginia Tech, Endia Beal at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina, and Jeanne H. Balsam at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Chancellor of Rutgers University-Camden Announces She Is Stepping Down on July 1

Chancellor of Rutgers University-Camden Announces She Is Stepping Down on July 1

Phoebe A. Haddon became the chancellor of Rutgers University-Camden in July 2014. From 2009 to 2014, Haddon was dean of the Carey School of Law at the University of Maryland. Chancellor Haddon will remain at the university as a professor of law.

Three Women Scholars at Virginia Tech Granted Emerita Status

Three Women Scholars at Virginia Tech Granted Emerita Status

Helene Renard was named associate professor of interior design emerita. Ruth Grene is professor of plant science emertia in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Jill Kiecolt was named professor of sociology emerita in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences.

Two Deans at State Universities Announced Their Retirements

Two Deans at State Universities Announced Their Retirements

Mary Nettleman, dean of the Sanford School of Medicine and vice president for health affairs at the University of South Dakota and Miriam Chaiken, dean of the William Conroy Honors College at New Mexico State University, will retire this summer.

Four Women College or University Presidents Announce Their Retirements

Four Women College or University Presidents Announce Their Retirements

The four retiring presidents are Marcia G. Welsh, president of East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania, Kaylen Betzig, president of Waukesha County Technical College in Wisconsin, Christine Hammond, president of Mid Michigan College, and Carol Taylor, president of Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri.

Research Finds That Mental Health Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder Should Be Different for Men and Women

Research Finds That Mental Health Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder Should Be Different for Men and Women

A study led by Elizabeth Evans, an assistant professor in the School of Public Health and Health Sciences at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, concludes that gender-tailored methods to address the harmful mental health effects of childhood adversity may help alleviate the current opioid crisis and make treatment more effective.

Three Women Who Are Stepping Down From Their Posts at Major Universities

Three Women Who Are Stepping Down From Their Posts at Major Universities

Dawn Cartee director of the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education, Stephanie Reel, the chief information officer and vice provost for information technology at Johns Hopkins University, and Mildred Robinson, the Henry L. and Grace Doherty Charitable Foundation Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law are retiring.

Four Women Retiring From High-Level Positions at Major Universities

Four Women Retiring From High-Level Positions at Major Universities

The four women who have announced their retirements from university administrative pots are Teresa Phillips at Tennessee State University, Jill D. Friedman at Washington University in St. Louis, E. Royce Harper at the University of Michigan, and Almeda Jacks at Clemson University in South Carolina.

Three Women Serving as Community College Presidents to Step Down

Three Women Serving as Community College Presidents to Step Down

The three community college presidents who are stepping down are Karen Vickers of Clinton Community College in Iowa, Patricia Gentile of North Shore Community College in Danvers, Massachusetts, and Linda Moley of Coffeyville Community College in Kansas.