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Barnali Gupta Will Be the Next Dean of the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University

Barnali Gupta Will Be the Next Dean of the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University

Dr. Gupta currently serves as professor of economics and associate dean for curriculum in the Farmer School of Business at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She is the first woman to hold the rank of full professor of economics at the university.

Dena McCaffrey Is the First Woman President of Jefferson College in Hillsboro, Missouri

Dena McCaffrey Is the First Woman President of Jefferson College in Hillsboro, Missouri

Dr. McCaffrey has served as dean of career and technical education at the college since 2013. Earlier, she was director of outreach and educational sites at the college. Before coming to Jefferson College, Dr. McCaffrey was associate director of MBA and graduate business programs at Saint Louis University.

Women Make Up the Entire Surgical Residency Class at Saint Louis University

Women Make Up the Entire Surgical Residency Class at Saint Louis University

The Saint Louis University School of Medicine was established in 1836. It was the first school west of the Mississippi River to grant a medical degree. Now in 2020, for the first time in history, the surgical residency class at the medical school is made up entirely of women.

Creighton University in Omaha Announces the Appointment of Its Next Provost

Creighton University in Omaha Announces the Appointment of Its Next Provost

Since 2014, Dr. Mardell Wilson, a registered dietitian and licensed dietitian nutritionist, has been dean of the Edward and Margaret Doisy College of Health Sciences at Saint Louis University. Earlier, she spent 17 years as a faculty member and administrator at Illinois State Unversity.

Duke University School of Medicine Honors the Late Brenda Armstrong

Duke University School of Medicine Honors the Late Brenda Armstrong

Duke University commissioned a portrait of Dr. Brenda Armstrong, who was the second Black woman in the United States to become a board-certified pediatric cardiologist. She served as a professor of pediatrics, associate dean for admissions, and senior associate dean for student diversity, recruitment, and retention at the university’s medical school.

University of Kansas Renames its Integrated Sciences Building for Bernadette Gray-Little

University of Kansas Renames its Integrated Sciences Building for Bernadette Gray-Little

Dr. Gary-Little became the 17th chancellor of the University of Kansas in 2009. She is the only woman to serve in that role. Dr. Gray-little stepped down as chancellor after the 2016-17 academic year.

In Memoriam: Marla Bernbaum, 1953-2019

In Memoriam: Marla Bernbaum, 1953-2019

Dr. Bernbaum taught as a full-time faculty member at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine from 1981 to 1998. After leaving due to a disability, she continued to be associated with the school with a voluntary appointment as a clinical associate professor.

Seven Women in Higher Education Who Were Selected to Receive Prestigious Awards

Seven Women in Higher Education Who Were Selected to Receive Prestigious Awards

The honorees are MiYoung Kwon at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Leykia Nulan at the University of Massachusetts, Anny Berry Somers at UNC-Greensboro, Janelle M. Walter at Baylor University, Gilda A. Barabino at CCNY, Ethel Frese at Saint Louis University, and Sandra San Miguel at Purdue University.

New Administrative Duties in Higher Education for 15 Women

New Administrative Duties in Higher Education for 15 Women

Here is this week’s roundup of women who have been appointed to new administrative positions at colleges and universities throughout the United States.

MariaTeresa Tersigni-Tarrant to Lead the American Board of Forensic Anthropology

MariaTeresa Tersigni-Tarrant to Lead the American Board of Forensic Anthropology

Dr. Tersigni-Tarrant serves as an associate professor of anatomy in the Center for Anatomical Science and Education and the department of surgery, and as an adjunct professor of pathology at Saint Louis University.

Nancy Brickhouse Selected as the Next Provost of Baylor University in Waco, Texas

Nancy Brickhouse Selected as the Next Provost of Baylor University in Waco, Texas

Dr. Brickhouse has been serving as provost at Saint Louis University in Missouri. Earlier, she served for 27 years at the University of Delaware in several senior administrative roles including deputy provost, interim provost, deputy dean of the College of Education and Human Development, and director of the School of Education.

Eleven Women Who Have Been Appointed to New Administrative Posts in Higher Education

Eleven Women Who Have Been Appointed to New Administrative Posts in Higher Education

Here is this week’s roundup of women who have been appointed to new administrative positions at colleges and universities throughout the United States.

In Memoriam: Irene Leota Moore Wright, 1927-2019

In Memoriam: Irene Leota Moore Wright, 1927-2019

Throughout her career, Dr. Wright held faculty positions as Atlanta University, Clark College, Spelman College, Tuskegee Institute, Albany State College, and Saint Louis University.

In Memoriam: Eileen Haughey Searls, 1925-2019

In Memoriam: Eileen Haughey Searls, 1925-2019

Professor Searls joined the Saint Louis University law library faculty in 1952, after the school had reopened following World War II. She remained there until her retirement in 2000.

In Memoriam: Elisabeth Israels Perry, 1939-2018

In Memoriam: Elisabeth Israels Perry, 1939-2018

Elisabeth Israels Perry was professor emerita of history and women’s and gender studies at Saint Louis University. She taught at a large number of academic institutions before settling in at Saint Louis University in 1999.

In Memoriam: Mary Teresa Noth, 1923-2018

In Memoriam: Mary Teresa Noth, 1923-2018

After being named dean of the School of Nursing at Saint Louis University in 1966. Dr. Noth created the nation’s first accelerated nursing degree program which offered students with non-nursing bachelor’s degrees a fast-track to earn their nursing credentials. Today there are more than 300 accelerated nursing programs in the United States.

In Memoriam: Annie Neidel, 1977-2018

In Memoriam: Annie Neidel, 1977-2018

Dr. Neidel first joined the staff at Saint Louis University in 2003. In 2014, she became the coordinator for competitive fellowships and scholarships for the Honors Program. During the 2017-18 academic year, Dr. Neidel served as president of the university’s Women’s Commission.

In Memoriam: Brenda Armstrong, 1949-2018

In Memoriam: Brenda Armstrong, 1949-2018

Brenda Armstrong was a professor and the senior associate dean for student diversity, recruitment, and retention at Duke University School of Medicine. She was the second Black woman in the United Stated to become a board-certified pediatric cardiologist.

Seven Women Who Are Stepping Down From Their Current Posts in Higher Education

Seven Women Who Are Stepping Down From Their Current Posts in Higher Education

The seven women who are stepping down are Marcy R. Driscoll at Florida State, Diane B. Call at Queensborough Community College, Florence Schmieg at the University of Delaware, Gabriela Weaver at the University of Massachusetts, Nancy Brickhouse at Saint Louis University, Sarah Jane Flint at Princeton, and Anne D. Yoder at Duke.

In Memoriam: Ann Ida Gannon, 1915-2018

In Memoriam: Ann Ida Gannon, 1915-2018

Ann Ida Gannon served as president of Mundelein College in Chicago from 1957 to 1975. The college later became part of Loyola University of Chicago.

The First Woman President of Eureka College in Illinois

The First Woman President of Eureka College in Illinois

Jamel Santa Cruze Wright has been serving as interim president of the college since July 2016. Dr. Wright first came to Eureka College in 2014 as chief diversity officer and vice president for strategic and diversity initiatives.

In Memoriam: Mary A. Dineen, 1922-2017

In Memoriam: Mary A. Dineen, 1922-2017

Mary A. Dineen was one of the first faculty members at the College of Nursing at Niagara University in 1946. Later, she served as dean of the School of Nursing at Boston College for 14 years.

Susan M. Donovan Chosen to Lead Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky

Susan M. Donovan Chosen to Lead Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky

Dr. Donovan has been on the staff at Loyola University Maryland for 32 years. In addition to her current role as executive vice president, she has served as dean of students, vice president for student development, dean of residence life, and acting president.

In Memoriam: Kitty Lee Gardner Dickerson, 1940-2017

In Memoriam: Kitty Lee Gardner Dickerson, 1940-2017

Kitty Dickerson was a professor emerita and former chair of the department of textile and apparel management at the University of Missouri. She held a Ph.D. from Saint Louis University.

In Memoriam: Dorothy McDonnell Cooke, 1946-2016

In Memoriam: Dorothy McDonnell Cooke, 1946-2016

Dorothy McDonnell Cooke won a Bronze Star for her service as a flight nurse during the Vietnam War. Dr. Cooke taught in the School of Nursing at Saint Louis University for 32 years.

Bernadette Gray-Little to Step Down as Chancellor of the University of Kansas

Bernadette Gray-Little to Step Down as Chancellor of the University of Kansas

Bernadette Gray-Little, the 17th chancellor of the University of Kansas, announced that she will step down at the end of the current academic year. When she was named chancellor in 2009, Dr. Gray-Little became the first woman in history to hold the position.

Men Greatly Outnumber Women on Online Gambling Websites, But Women Are a Majority of the High Rollers

Men Greatly Outnumber Women on Online Gambling Websites, But Women Are a Majority of the High Rollers

A news study from the Center for Gambling Studies at Rutgers University in New Jersey finds that men greatly outnumber women on online gambling websites. But among the 10 percent of high rollers who gamble almost every day, women are a slight majority.

Saint Louis University's Mary Breummer Receives Honor From the Pope

Saint Louis University’s Mary Breummer Receives Honor From the Pope

Mary Breummer, who graduated from Saint Louis University in 1942 and worked there for 60 years, was awarded the honor of Dame Commander of the Order of Saint Sylvester, Pope, and Martyr by Pope Francis.

New Assignments for 11 Women Faculty Members

New Assignments for 11 Women Faculty Members

Here is this week’s roundup of women faculty members from colleges and universities throughout the United States who have been appointed to new positions.

Six Women Named to Dean Positions in Higher Education

Six Women Named to Dean Positions in Higher Education

The new deans are Michelle Sabick at St. Louis University, Michelle Nuss at the University of Georgia, Dana Heller at Old Dominion University, Elizabeth D. Liddy at Syracuse University, Abigail Tilton at Texas Woman’s University and Mindy J. Deardurff at Macalester College.

Georgia Regents University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership Announces Dean Candidates

Georgia Regents University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership Announces Dean Candidates

Angela Sharkey, associate dean for faculty affairs and professional development and a professor of pediatrics at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine in Missouri, is one of two finalists for the post.

Jamel Santa Cruze Bell to Lead Eureka College in Illinois

Jamel Santa Cruze Bell to Lead Eureka College in Illinois

The board of trustees of Eureka College in Illinois has named Jamel Santa Cruze Bell as interim president of the educational institution, effective July 1, 2016. She currently serves as vice president for strategic and diversity initiatives.

Bernadette Gray-Little Named Board Chair at the Association of Public Land-grant Universities

Bernadette Gray-Little Named Board Chair at the Association of Public Land-grant Universities

The Association of Public Land-grant Universities is a research, policy, and advocacy organization representing 238 public research universities and land-grant institutions. Dr. Gray-Little has been chancellor of the University of Kansas since 2009.

Grants or Gifts Relating to Women in Higher Education

Grants or Gifts Relating to Women in Higher Education

Here is this week’s news of grants and gifts that may be of particular interest to women in higher education.

Women's Study Scholar Says City Nuisance Laws May Discourage Battered Women From Calling Police

Women’s Study Scholar Says City Nuisance Laws May Discourage Battered Women From Calling Police

Gretchen Arnold, an assistant professor of women’s and gender studies at Saint Louis University, is conducting research on nuisance laws which can call for fines for individuals who frequently make what are deemed unnecessary 911 calls to emergency services.