Thursday, July 07, 2011
SEHS' Leadership Team
Dean Gallien relies on his team in the Dean’s Office to surpass the School's goals and raise funds for SEHS programs, centers and new initiatives. The five initiatives are Global Education, Urban Education, Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity, E-Learning and Art Infused Curriculum. Each of these initiatives will be highlighted in upcoming e-newsletters. New members of the team include Mary Stein, Ph.D., associate dean; James Cipielewski, Ph.D., interim associate dean; and David Tindall, M.A., L.P.C., director of development.
Stein, Cipielewski and Tindall are familiar with the SEHS, and their knowledge of the School will be instrumental in their new roles in the Dean’s Office. Dean Gallien says of the three additions to the Dean’s Office, "One of a new Dean's most important tasks is to ensure the efficiency and responsiveness of the Dean's Office staff. With the appointment of these three well-qualified members of the Dean's Office, I will be able to spend more time next year soliciting funding for all of the important projects that have been identified via the long-range planning process and task-force initiatives and guidance. The skill sets that Mary, Jim and David bring to these critical roles in the SEHS will allow us to run our office more responsively and cooperatively. Each one is supervising all aspects of the office and will be working closely with me on a daily basis in order for our School to attain its goals and potential. I am very excited about the future now that they are on board."
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