G A ZET TE
APPOINTMENTS, RESIGNATIONS, DEATHS, COMING EVENTS, GRANTS, GIFTS, BEQUESTS, & DEADLINES
ELIZABETH BABCOCK, vice president of
education and library collections at the
Field Museum (Chicago), to the Roberts
dean of education at the California Acad-
emy of Sciences.
BARRY BLEIDT, senior associate dean of the
School of Pharmacy at Midway College,
to dean of the school.
JOY BRATH WAITE, assistant dean for ad-
ministration in the School of Divinity at
Regent U., to vice president for finance
and business affairs at Malone U.
DAVID W. BURCHAM, interim president of
Loyola Marymount U., to president.
KEI TH CHAMBERLIN, president of Flek Inc.
(St. Johnsbury, Vt.), to director of mar-
keting at Lyndon State College.
NIGEL ALS TON, director of employee and
community relations at GMAC Insur-
ance (Winston-Salem, N.C.), to executive
director of marketing and alumni and
community relations at Winston-Salem
ALBERT R. CHECCIO, vice president of
development and university relations at
Fordham U., to senior vice president for
university advancement at U. of South-
ern California. (This corrects previously
KATHRYN COSTELLO, vice president for
development at U. at Buffalo, to vice
president for development and alumni
relations at Western Kentucky U.
MAR T Y CROSSLAND, dean of the online
campus at Oral Roberts U., to dean of
academic affairs and operations at South
ROSANNE CURTIS, dean of nursing at
Mount St. Mary’s College, to dean of
nursing at West Coast U.’s Los Angeles
■ New chief executives: CENTER FOR APPLIED LINGUISTICS, Terrence G. Wiley; LOYOLA MARYMOUNT
U., David W. Burcham; POST U., Ronald W. Ogrodnik; SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE (ARIZ.), Len Munsil
SHERRI L. STEVENS, assistant professor in
medical surgical nursing at Cumberland
U., to director of education in the School
of Nursing at Lipscomb U.
TERRENCE G. WILE Y, executive dean of the
Mary Lou Fulton Institute and Graduate
School of Education at Arizona State U.
at Tempe, to president of the Center for
AN THON Y J. DENAPOLI, dean of interna-
tional affairs for the Fischler School of
Education and Human Services at Nova
Southeastern U., to executive director of
the office of international affairs.
ALAN DEUTSCHMAN, journalist and author,
has been named the Reynolds endowed
chair in business journalism in the Don-
ald W. Reynolds School of Journalism at
U. of Nevada at Reno.
CATH Y EARL, professor and chair of the
School of Nursing at Weber State U., to
dean of nursing at West Coast U.’s On-
DONNA M. FISH, director for curriculum
development at Brown U., to dean of the
Washington professional development
and training division at American U.
ED WIN HUGHES, dean of student develop-
ment and campus life, New Jersey, at
Berkeley College (N. J.), to vice president
for student development and campus life.
BRUCE KOEPPEN, dean of academic affairs
and education in the School of Medicine
at U. of Connecticut, to founding dean of
the School of Medicine at Quinnipiac U.
CHRISTOPHER LYNNE, senior vice presi-
dent at the Education Management Cor-
poration (Pittsburgh), to executive vice
president and chief financial officer at
SEAN B. W. MARTIN, vice president of corpo-
rate law and assistant secretary at Amgen
(Thousand Oaks, Calif.), to senior vice
president, general counsel, and secretary
at Apollo Group Inc. (Phoenix).
WILLIAM M. MCDONALD, vice president
for student life and dean of students at
Presbyterian College, to dean of students
at U. of Georgia.
JOHN M. MCGUIRE, president of St. Charles
Community College, has announced his
retirement, effective in September of
BOB MCQUINN, associate vice president of
development at the California Institute of
Technology, to vice president for alumni
relations and development at Northwest-
LEN MUNSIL, founder and former presi-
dent of the Center for Arizona Policy
(Phoenix), to president of Southwestern
RONALD W. OGRODNIK, former president
of Argosy U./Sarasota, to president of
THE REV. TERESA MCDOWELL OT T, pas-
tor at Cameron Presbyterian Church
(N.C.), to chaplain at Monmouth Col-
RADESH PALAKURTHI, Charles W. Lan-
phere endowed professor and graduate
program coordinator in the School of
Hotel and Restaurant Administration at
Oklahoma State U. at Stillwater, to pro-
fessor and program director of hospital-
ity management, culinary arts, and food
science in the School of Technology and
Professional Studies at Drexel U.
PAMELA L. PEEDIN, chief investment officer
at Boston U., to chief investment officer
at Dartmouth College.
MARTHA POTVIN, professor of biology and
dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
at U. of North Dakota, to provost and
vice president for academic affairs at
Montana State U. at Bozeman.
HAVIDÁN RODRÍGUEZ, deputy provost at U.
of Delaware, to provost and vice presi-
dent of academic affairs at U. of Texas-
THERESE ROSIER, assistant vice president
for physical plant at Augusta State U.,
to vice president for business opera-
SANJAY RUPANI, managing director of
Direct Involvement (Morristown, N.J.),
to chief strategy officer at George Wash-
DEREK SAN TIAGO, lead service techni-
cian at BIS Wind Power (Lusk, Wyo.),
to chair of the wind-energy technology
program at Redstone College.
DE A THS
G. ROBER T BLACKBURN, 88, former di-
rector of community and government
relations at Washington U. in St. Louis,
ROBERT L. GALE, 83, former vice president
of public relations and marketing at Car-
leton College, September 29.
ED HENRY, 89, former professor and chair
of the political science department and
former vice president of development at
Saint John’s U. (Minn.), September 30 in
St. Cloud, Minn.
HERMAN D. JAMES, 67, former president of
Glassboro State College (now Rowan U.),
October 2 in Philadelphia.
HERBERT EUGENE LONGENECKER, 98,
president emeritus of Tulane U., Septem-
ber 18 in Birmingham, Ala.
JAMES E. MILLER JR., 90, professor emeri-
tus of English at U. of Chicago, Septem-
ber 9 in Chicago.
NORMAN S. STEARNS, 86, former director
of interschool affairs at Tufts U., Sep-
tember 30 in Boston.
JOHN STRASSBURGER, 68, president
emeritus of Ursinus College, September
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