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president of Sussex County Community
Glenn Miller, vice president for major
and planned gifts at the American Cancer Society’s Eastern division (Atlanta,
Ga.), to vice president for institutional
advancement at Mercy College.
Madonne Miner, associate dean of the
College of Arts and Sciences at Texas
Tech U., to dean of the College of Arts
and Humanities at Weber State U.
TaMra Minor, associate vice chancellor
for institutional diversity at U. of North
Carolina at Wilmington, to assistant
vice president and director of diversity
and affirmative action in the division of
student success at State U. of New York
WilliaM Minor, senior director of outreach marketing at Pennsylvania State U.
at University Park, to assistant vice president for communications and marketing
at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical U.
Brenda Mi Tchell, interim provost/vice
chancellor for academic affairs at U. of
Arkansas at Fort Smith, to associate provost for academic affairs.
Pa Mela Monaco, assistant dean of communications, arts, and humanities at U.
of Maryland University College, to dean
of the College of Arts and Sciences at
Lynn U. (Fla.).
anne Morey, associate professor of English at Texas A&M U. at College Station,
to director of film studies.
S TePhen r. MorGan, executive vice
president for finance and administration at Westminster College (Utah),
to vice president for institutional advancement.
Frederick Morin, chairman of the department of pediatrics at State U. of New
York at Buffalo, to dean of the College of
Medicine at U. of Vermont.
Michael MorriSon, president of North
Iowa Area Community College, has announced his retirement, effective before
the end of the 2007-8 academic year.
carolyn MoSley, interim dean of the
College of Health Sciences at U. of
Arkansas at Fort Smith, to dean of the
MohSen MoSTaFavi, dean of the College
of Architecture, Art, and Planning
at Cornell U., to dean of the faculty
of design at Harvard U., effective in
Julie MoSTov, associate professor of
political science and director of inter-national-area studies at Drexel U., to
associate vice provost for international
Mary Moya, advancement-services administrator in the department of university
administration at California State U. at
San Bernardino, has retired.
Frank Muller-karGer, professor of
marine sciences at U. of South Florida,
to dean of the School of Marine Science
and Technology at U. of Massachusetts at
JaMeS Mulvihill, professor of geography
at California State U. at San Bernardino,
ed Ward MurGuia, interim director of
the Mexican American and U.S. Latino
Research Center at Texas A&M U. at
College Station, to director.
roBer T MurPhy, professor of business
administration at Xavier U. of Louisiana,
Terry Murrell, vice president for campuses and student affairs at Metropolitan
Community College (Neb.), to vice president for instruction and student services at Western Iowa Tech Community
daMani MuSGrave, computer consultant
on the technical-support team in the College of Law at Syracuse U., to computer
consultant in the office of development-advancement services.
Marcia nance, vice president for enrollment management at Barry U., to vice
president for enrollment services at Holy
PhilliP d. nelSon, executive associate
dean for preclinical programs in the veterinary college at Western U. of Health
Sciences, to dean of the veterinary college.
THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
The Daniel Patrick Moynihan Prize
Call for Nominations
The American Academy of Political and Social Science invites
nominations for a new prize that will be awarded in honor of the late
Daniel Patrick Moynihan. The Moynihan Prize will recognize, in
alternate years, a social scientist whose work has significantly
influenced public policy and a public official (appointed or elected)
who has consistently used the findings of social science research to
improve public policy for the betterment of the human condition.
Nominations of both social scientists and public officials are welcome.
The first prize will be awarded on May 8, 2008 in Philadelphia.
Candidates for the Prize should include those whose careers in public
service or in the social sciences have made substantial contributions to
areas of public policy to which Daniel Patrick Moynihan was deeply
committed, such as the alleviation of poverty, the improvement of race
and ethnic relations, and the conservation of natural resources.
Candidates must be willing to accept the award in person and attend
the awards dinner. Nominations must be submitted by October 15, 2007
and may be considered over a three-year period. Nominations may be
submitted online at:
Questions or requests for nomination forms should be directed to:
The American Academy of Political and Social Science
3814 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Maureen ne Wlin, lecturer in English at
California State U. at San Bernardino,
yaSMin nielSen, director of alumni relations at Rutgers U. at Newark, to director
of alumni relations at Ross U.
yancy nunez, director of the Academic
Center for Excellence at Sul Ross State
U., to dean of arts and sciences at South
SaBine u. o’hara, president of Roanoke
College, to executive director of the
Council for International Exchange of
Scholars and vice president of the Institute of International Education (
Pa Tricia olynyk, professor in the School
of Art and Design at U. of Michigan at
Ann Arbor, to director of the Graduate
School of Art at Washington U. in St.
JoSe Ph P. oPa Tz, vice president for
academic and student affairs at Central
Lakes College, to president of Normandale Community College.
Ja Me S o T Te Son, chairman of the department of philosophy at U. of Alabama at
Tuscaloosa, to director of the Jay and
Jeanie Schottenstein honors program at
Paul ParkS, enrollment management at
U. of Phoenix, to enrollment manager
at U. of Phoenix’s Eastern Washington
roBer T Pa T Ter Son, principal at Accelerated Growth Partners (Atlanta, Ga.), to
director of corporate and foundation relations at Randolph-Macon College.
cyn Thia Pax Ton, professor of health
science at California State U. at San Bernardino, has retired.
roBer T Peck, professor of mechanical
and aerospace engineering at Arizona
State U. at Tempe, to dean of the College
of Engineering at U. of Massachusetts at
lee Peddicord, vice chancellor for research and federal relations for the Texas
A&M U. system, to director of the Texas
Engineering Experiment Station at Texas
A&M U. at College Station.
JiM Perez, chief executive officer for
the Institute for Extended Learning at
Community Colleges of Spokane, has
roy a. Periana, professor of chemistry at
U. of Southern California, to professor
of chemistry at the Scripps Research
charleS a. PerkinS, provost and executive vice president at Alvernia College, to
provost at Point Park U.
John v. Pe TerSon, president of South U.
(Savannah, Ga.), to president of South U.
(West Palm Beach, Fla.).
anGela Pe Trucco, director of parent
relations at Hobart and William Smith
Colleges, to director of the Career Center in the Martin J. Whitman School of
Management at Syracuse U.
Su San h. Pe T TiJohn, associate vice
president for university development at
College of William and Mary, to vice
chancellor for university advancement at
Appalachian State U.
don PoPe-daviS, dean of the Graduate
School and professor of psychology at U.
of Notre Dame, to vice president and associate provost.
Jerry W. PoundS, president of Truett
McConnell College, has resigned.
ralPh Proc Tor, chairman of the department of ethnic studies at Community
College of Allegheny County, to chief
diversity officer and vice president.
carMen a. PuliaFi To, chairman of the
department of ophthalmology at U. of
Miami, to dean of the Keck School of
Medicine at U. of Southern California,
effective November 1.
hilary ra Tner, associate provost, dean
of the Graduate School, and director of
international programs at Wayne State
College, to vice president for research.
TeriSa reMeliuS, interim vice president for
student affairs at Texas A&M U. at Kingsville, to vice president for student affairs.
ca Therine renner, director of institutional research at State U. of New York
College at Geneseo, to assistant vice
president for research and planning at
Mansfield U. of Pennsylvania.
alvin richard, dean of the graduate
school at Xavier U. of Louisiana, has
Terry richardS, associate vice president
for enrollment management at Loyola
U. Chicago, to vice president for student
enrollment at Xavier U. (Ohio).
donna ri Tch, chair in human biology
and associate professor of human biology
and biology at U. of Wisconsin at Green
Bay, to associate dean of liberal arts and
richard ro Wland, professor of geography at California State U. at San Bernardino, has retired.
lloyd c. ruSSo W, associate dean of the
School of Business Administration at
Philadelphia U., to graduate dean.
cur TiS ryan, associate vice president for
finance and administration at Westminster College (Utah), to vice president for
finance and administration.
G. JereMiah ryan, senior vice president
at Alman Group (Westfield, N.J.), to
president of Bergen Community College.
ralPh SalMi, professor of political science at California State U. at San Bernardino, has retired.
Fred SanFiliPPo, senior vice president,
executive dean of health sciences, and
chief executive officer at Ohio State U.’s
Medical Center, to chief executive officer of the Robert W. Woodruff Health
Sciences Center and executive vice president for health affairs at Emory U.
andrea Sardone, professor of business at
College of William and Mary, to assistant dean for executive and professional
ThoMaS a. ScandaliS, interim dean of the
College of Osteopathic Medicine at the
New York Institute of Technology at Old
Westbury, to dean.
carli SchiFFner, chief of staff in the office of the president at State U. of New
York Canton-College of Technology, to
dean of arts and sciences at Yakima Valley Community College.
hea Ther n. Schroeder, residence director of McCormick Hall at Marquette
U., to director of student engagement at
Mount Mary College.
david Searle, chief conductor of the
Helsinki U. Symphony Orchestra, to orchestra conductor, director of orchestral
activities, and director of conducting
studies at Catholic U. of America.
MeGan SenSke, product-support analyst
at Centrieva Corporation (Richmond,
Va.), to coordinator of young alumni and
student/alumni programs at Randolph-Macon College.
olive SePhuMa, program officer at Central New York Community Foundation
(Syracuse, N. Y.), to director of development in the office of foundation relations
at Syracuse U.
donald Sex Ton, professor of marketing
at Columbia U., to director of the Jerome
A. Chazen Institute of International
Business at the university.
david c. Seyle, interim president of Andrew College, to president.
karen JohnSon Shaheed, vice president
for government relations and general
counsel at National Labor College, to
vice president and general counsel at
Bowie State U.
dene h. Sheheane, associate vice president for external affairs at Georgia State
U., to director of government relations at
Georgia Institute of Technology.
kirk h. Shul Tz, Earnest and Mary Ann
Deavenport Jr. chair and dean of the
James Worth Bagley College of Engineering at Mississippi State U., to vice
president for research and economic
Michael SiMoneaux, vice president for
academic services at Truett McConnell
College, to interim president.
Shino SiMonS, director of the office of
communiversity at Azusa Pacific U., to
associate dean of students.
Glenn SMi Th, dean of students at Concordia U. (Ore.), to vice provost for student
services and enrollment management.
Ja Me S e. SMi Th, vice president of the Indiana U. Foundation, to vice president
for institutional advancement at U. of
Sean SMi Th, financial-aid director at
Scripps College, to financial-aid director
at Trinity U.
Sonya SMi Th, associate to the president
and assistant vice president for academic
affairs for diversity at U. of Nebraska at
Lincoln, to associate vice chancellor for
academic affairs at U. of Nebraska Medical Center.
vernon SMi Th, professor of economics
and law at George Mason U., to professor
of economics at Chapman U.
Sarah SonG, acting director of budget
operations for the division of administration and finance at California State U. at
Fullerton, to director.
JeFFrey SPer Ber, founder and creative
director at VEII Limited, a maker of
luxury handbags and travel accessories
based in New York, N. Y., to regional di-
rector of development for the New York
metropolitan area at Syracuse U.
STePhen SPinelli Jr., vice provost for
entrepreneurship and global management
at Babson College, to president of Phila-
Sheila SPiSak, associate director of the
career center at Ball State U., to director
of the career services center at Xavier
anna SPraGG, director of human re-
sources at Quinnipiac U., to associate
vice president for human resources.
roBer T P. SrouFe Jr., assistant professor
of operations management at Boston
College, has been named to the Murrin
chair in global competitiveness in the
John F. Donahue Graduate School of
Business at Duquesne U.
kenne Th ST. charleS, associate vice
president for strategic initiatives at
Xavier U. of Louisiana, to vice president
for institutional advancement.
chriS Tine M. S Tall Man, manager of
global environmental health and safety
and facilities services for Alcoa Inc.
(Pittsburgh, Pa.), to director of envi-
ronmental health and safety at Cornell
WilliaM B. STePhan, senior vice president
for community relations and corporate
communications at Clarian Health (In-
dianapolis, Ind.), to vice president for en-
gagement at Indiana U. at Bloomington.
larry d. S Toke S, associate professor of
sociology at Savannah State U., to assist-
ant vice president for academic affairs.
J. TiMo Thy STou T, associate professor
of opthalmology at Oregon Health and
Science U., to vice president for commer-
aviS M. S Tuard, IT programmer analyst at
Xavier U. of Louisiana, to registrar.
Maria Suarez, dean of mathematics and
science at Gloucester County College,
to special assistant to the president for
multicultural and community affairs at
S Teve SyverSon, dean of admissions and
financial aid at Lawrence U., to vice
president for enrollment management.
cyn Thia Tanner, executive director of
the Walled Lake Schools Foundation
for Excellence (Walled Lake, Mich.), to
director of the Oakland Community Col-
Fred Tarca, director of information-tech-
nology operations at Quinnipiac U., to
associate vice president of information
services for administration and opera-
Sallie-Grace Ta Te, senior director of
development for the Iowa State U. Foun-
dation, to vice president for advancement
at Warren Wilson College.
Tyra Taylor, dean of enrollment man-
agement and retention services at Kas-
kaskia College, to associate vice presi-
dent of enrollment services at Lincoln
Land Community College.
neil TheoBald, senior vice provost and
special assistant to the president and pro-
fessor of educational finance at Indiana
U. at Bloomington, to vice president and
chief financial officer.
TaMMi ThoMaS, director of market-
ing and business development at U. of
Maryland-Baltimore County, to director
of university relations and marketing at
Bowie State U.
adrian Tió, professor and director of the
School of Art at Northern Illinois U., to
dean of the College of Visual and Per-
forming Arts at U. of Massachusetts at
nancy TrueSdell, dean of students at
Lawrence U., also to vice president for
Ja Son Turley, dean of admissions at
Northland College, to director of admis-
sions at Marietta College.
ar Thur Q. Tyler, president of Sacra-
mento City College, to chief operating
officer and deputy chancellor at Houston
Michelle uhrMann, professor of eco-
nomics at California State U. at San Ber-
nardino, has retired.
BenJaMin o. u Wak Weh, chair of the
department of construction science at
U. of Cincinnati, to dean of the School
of Technology at North Carolina A&T
ron valen Tini, dean of corporate and
continuing education at Catawba Col-
lege, to vice president for economic and
celka van diJk, student supervisor in the
department of recreation services for the
Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion at Syracuse
U., to program coordinator.
allySon vanSTone, chair of design at
Cornish College of the Arts, to dean at