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Eight Women Named Outstanding First-Year Student Advocates by the National Resources Center

Eight Women Named Outstanding First-Year Student Advocates by the National Resources Center

The National Resources Center at the University of South Carolina recently named 10 educators as 2019 Outstanding First-Year Student Advocates. Out of the 10 recipients, eight were women.

Seton Hall University's Maxine Lurie Wins Award for Her Book on the History of New Jersey

Seton Hall University’s Maxine Lurie Wins Award for Her Book on the History of New Jersey

Maxine Lurie, professor emerita in the College of Arts and Sciences at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey, has received an Award of Merit from the American Association for State and Local History for her latest book, which contains 650 historical photographs taken in New Jersey.

Mary Meehan to Lead Seton Hall University in New Jersey

Mary Meehan to Lead Seton Hall University in New Jersey

Dr. Meehan stepped down as president of Alverno College in Milwaukee in June 2016. She had served in that role for 12 years. Previously, she was executive vice president for administration at Seton Hall University.

Seven Women Scholars Are Named to Dean Positions at Major Universities

Seven Women Scholars Are Named to Dean Positions at Major Universities

The new deans are Judy Neubrander at Illinois State, Bonita Stanton at Seton Hall University, Elizabeth Moje at the University of Michigan, Margaret Fitzgerald at North Dakota State, Anna Scheyett at the University of Georgia, Mariale Hardiman at Johns Hopkins University, and Amanda Moore McBride at the University of Denver.

Eight Women Named Dean at U.S. Colleges and Universities

Eight Women Named Dean at U.S. Colleges and Universities

The eight women appointed to dean positions are Deirdre Yates at Seton Hall, Lori Phillips at the University of Wyoming, Jill Robbins at the University of California, Merced, Maura E. Hagan at Utah State. Nancy P. Kropf at Georgia State, Debra Spring at Alcorn State, Pamela Jackson at Fayetteville State, and Pamela J. DeWeese at Sweet Briar College.

Alverno College President Announces Her Retirement

Alverno College President Announces Her Retirement

In 2004, Mary J. Meehan was appointed the seventh president and the first lay president of Alverno College, a Catholic college for women in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. President Meehan has announced that she will retire at the end of the 2015-16 academic year.

Here Are Five Women Who Were Recently Appointed to Dean Positions

Here Are Five Women Who Were Recently Appointed to Dean Positions

The appointees are DeBrenna LaFa Agbenyiga at the University of Texas at San Antonio, Carol Fierke at the University of Michigan, Marie C. Foley at Seton Hall University, Lauren A. Benton at Vanderbilt University, and Barbara Ritter at Coastal Carolina University.

Fifteen Women Appointed to Senior-Level Administrative Posts in Higher Education

Fifteen Women Appointed to Senior-Level Administrative Posts in Higher Education

The appointees are Betty A. Block, Pamela L. Jennings, Carlia Smith, Claudia Donald, Stephanie McGowan, Sue B. Workman, Cori Fata-Hartley, Doreen D. Edwards, Linda Bonnin, Cynthia J. Cyrus, Cindy Weinstein, Malika Roman Isler, Alice C. Stewart, LLJuna Weir, and Stephanie Garst.

A Host of New Administrative Appointments for Women in Higher Education

A Host of New Administrative Appointments for Women in Higher Education

Here is news of 11 academic women who have, or soon will have, new jobs.

Three New Vice Presidents

Three New Vice Presidents

China Jude, Margaret Tungseth, and Alyssa McCloud are changing employers and taking new positions as vice presidents.

A New President for Rivier College

A New President for Rivier College

When she takes office on August 1, Sister Paula Marie Buley will be the college’s 12th president.