GA ZET TE
APPOINTMENTS, RETIREMENTS, DEATHS, COMING EVENTS, & DEADLINES
dean for the School of
Natural and Applied Sciences at Taylor
University, to vice president for academic
affairs and dean of faculty at Wartburg
of gift planning and stewardship at
Duquesne University, to vice presi-
dent for institutional advancement at
University of the Sciences in Phila-
H. DELE DAVIES,
professor and chairman
of the pediatrics and human development
department in the College of Human
Medicine at Michigan State University,
to vice chancellor for academic affairs
and dean of graduate studies at Univer-
sity of Nebraska Medical Center.
senior vice president
for advancement at Oklahoma Christian
University, to president.
director and pro-
fessor in the department of psychiatry at
University of Alabama at Birmingham,
to vice chair for clinical affairs.
vice chair of pediatrics at University of
California at San Francisco, to vice dean
for academic affairs and faculty develop-
dean of community
engagement and dean of business, educa-
tion, and social sciences at Messiah Col-
lege, to dean and senior vice president
for academic affairs at Augustana Col-
dean of the Lee Business
School at University of Nevada at Las
Vegas, to dean of the College of Business
New chief executives:
A.T. STILL UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
sity - Florida State University College of
LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
Administration at University of Central
vice chair at Vanderbilt
University, to chair of the department of
at Gloucester County College, to presi-
associate dean of faculties
at Texas A&M University at College Sta-
tion, to associate provost for undergradu-
and instructor in biblical languages at
Union Theological Seminary, to assistant
professor of Hebrew Bible and Old Testa-
ment at Louisville Presbyterian Theo-
director of channels
and alliances at Current Group, to as-
sociate director of strategic alliances at
MICHAEL D. PARSONS,
for student services and operations at
Abu Dhabi Women’s College at Higher
Colleges of Technology, to associate vice
president for graduate and professional
studies at Averett University.
vice dean of the School of
Law at Pepperdine University, to presi-
dent at Lubbock Christian University.
executive vice presi-
dent for strategic initiatives at A. T.
Still University of Health Sciences, to
director of the doctoral
program in learning and leadership at
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga,
to associate dean of DeVos Graduate
School of Management at Northwood
professor in the Col-
lege of Nursing at University of Cincin-
nati, to chair of the department of com-
munity public health at Johns Hopkins
University, School of Nursing.
professor and vice
chair for research in the department of
psychiatry at University of Alabama
at Birmingham, to chair of psychiatric
associate professor for
physiology at Marywood University, to
associate professor of exercise physiol-
ogy at High Point University.
tion officer at Washington Metropolitan
Area Transit Authority, to communica-
tions manager for the hospital at George
DANIEL R. TILLY,
adjunct professor at Bay-
lor University, to directory of advocacy
programs and assistant professor for law
at Campbell University.
professor of chemistry
and chemical engineering at California
Institute of Technology, to director for
the Beckman Institute.
professor of psychiatry
and bio-behavioral sciences and associ-
ate dean in the graduate division at Uni-
versity of California at Los Angeles, to
vice provost of the Institute of American
director for the In-
stitute for Public Safety at Central Ohio
Technical College, to dean of the School
of Public and Social Services at Ivy Tech
Community College-Central Indiana.
associate director of
admission at Saint Louis University, to
vice president for enrollment manage-
ment at Oklahoma City University.
YAW D. YEBOAH,
head of the department
of energy and mineral engineering at
Pennsylvania State University-Central
Office, to dean at Florida A&M Univer-
provost and dean, Bethany
president of Lawrence Univer-
sity, effective June 1, 2013.
JAMES RICHARD CARLSON,
of the theatre program, Eckerd College,
BE T T Y JONES GILLIAM,
emeritus and founder of the art depart-
ment, University of Virginia’s College at
Wise, December 20, 2011.
ROBER T GLASER,
91, professor emeritus
of psychology and founding director
emeritus of the Learning Research and
Development Center, University of Pitts-
burgh-Central Office, February 4.
HARRY LE WIS ROSENZ WEIG,
of mathematics, McDaniel College, Feb-
ruary 3, in Westminster, Md.
73, professor of infor-
mation systems and decision sciences,
California State University at Fullerton,
36, assistant professor of
chemical engineering and pharmaceuti-
cal sciences, University of Rhode Island,
17-19: ACADEMIC AFFAIRS.
Learning Conference”, American Politi-
cal Science Association, Washington,
District of Columbia. Contact: APSA,
1527 New Hampshire Avenue N. W.,
Washington, D.C. 20036; (202) 483-
2512; email@example.com; http://www.
17-21: BUSINESS/ADMINISTRATIVE AF-
33rd National Conference on Law
and Higher Education, Stetson Univer-
sity, Orlando, Florida. Contact: Confer-
ences and Events, Stetson University
College of Law, 1401 61st Street South,
Gulfport, Fla. 33707; (727) 562-7312;
American Association of Colleges for
Teacher Education, Chicago, Illinois.
Contact: 1307 New York Avenue NW,
Suite 300, Washington, 20005-4701;
(202) 293-2450; http://www.aacte.org
17-18: HUMANI TIES.
Kentucky Council of Teachers of Eng-
lish/Language Arts, Lexington, Ken-
tucky. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org;
18-21: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND
“E-Learning,” annual confer-
ence, Instructional Technology Council,
Long Beach, California. Contact: ITC, 1
Dupont Circle N W, Suite 360, Washing-
ton, 20036; (202) 293-3110; cmullins@
19-22: DEVELOPMENT/ADVANCEMEN T.
District III Conference, Council for
Advancement and Support of Education,
Atlanta, Georgia. Contact: CASE, 1307
New York Avenue, NW, Suite 1000,
Washington, 20005-4701; (202) 328-
2273; email@example.com; http://www.
“Building a Secure
World Through International Educa-
tion,” annual conference, Association
for International Education Administra-
tors, Washington. Contact: http://www.
2012 Veteran Sympo-
sium for Higher Education, University of
Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky. Con-
tact: University of Louisville, Vice Presi-
dent for Student Affairs Office, Student
Activities Center W302, Louisville, Ky.
40292; (502) 852-6933; vpsa@louisville.
20-22: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND
International Conference and
Exhibition on Metabolomics and Sys-
tems Biology, Agilent Technologies, San
Francisco. Contact: metabolomics2012@
Annual conference, Texas
Association for Institutional Research,
Corpus Christi, Texas. Contact: TAIR;
CAA’s 100th Annual Con-
ference, College Art Association, Los
Angeles. Contact: Helen Bayer; (212)
392-4426; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://
22-25: BUSINESS/ADMINISTRATIVE AF-
Annual conference, Association
of Business Administrators of Christian
Colleges, Orlando, Florida. Contact:
6895 Pinebrook Drive, Hudsonville,
Mich. 49426; http://www.myabacc.org/
Joint annual meeting,
Society for Cross-Cultural Research and
Others, Las Vegas. Contact: http://www.
22: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND MATH.
“Energy 40/40: Looking Back 40 Years,
Looking Forward 40 Years,” symposium,
Richard Stockton College of New Jersey,
Galloway, New Jersey. Contact: (609)
“West/Southwest Regional Conference”,
Educause, Portland, Oregon. Contact:
Educause; (303) 449-4430; http://www.
23-25: ACADEMIC AFFAIRS.
cation and Assessment: New Contexts,
New Cultures,” conference, Association
of American Colleges and Universi-
ties, New Orleans, Louisiana. Contact:
AACU, 1818 R Street NW, Washington,
DC 20009; (202) 387-3760; http://www.
23-24: BUSINESS/ADMINISTRATIVE AF-
Wisconsin Chapter Conference,
College and University Professional As-
sociation for Human Resources, Kohler,
Wisconsin. Contact: CUPA-HR, 1811
Commons Point Drive, Knoxville, Tenn.
37932; (835) 637-7673; http://www.cu-
23-24: BUSINESS/ADMINISTRATIVE AF-
15th Annual Marketing to Adult
2012 February 2012
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Students Seminar, Aslanian Market
Research, San Francisco. Contact: Susan
Baer, Five Marine View Plaza, Suite 212,
Hoboken, N.J. 07030; (201) 377-3372;
23-25: BUSINESS/ADMINIS TRATIVE AF-
“Governance, Risk, and Compli-
ance: Creating Successful Proposals,”
workshop, American Association of
State Colleges and Universities, Wash-
ington. Contact: 1307 New York Avenue,
N W, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20005;
(202) 293-7070; http://www.aascu.org/
ference on Food Representation in the
Humanities, Film, and the Other Arts,”
University of Texas at San Antonio,
San Antonio, Texas. Contact: Santiago
Daydi-Tolson, Department of Modern
Languages and Literatures, University
of Texas, 6900 North Loop 1604 West,
San Antonio. 78249; (210) 458-5186; san-
23-26: O THER.
“Engaging Aging in Higher
Education,” annual meeting, Association
for Gerontology in Higher Education,
Arlington, Virginia. Contact: http://
dent Research Into the Medical School
Curriculum”, New York Academy of
Sciences, New York. Contact: NYAS,
7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich
Street, 40th Floor, New York, 10007;
(800) 843-6927; http://www.nyas.org/
24: PROFESSIONAL FIELDS.
stitution? Popular Constitutionalism and
the 2012 Election,” conference, Roger
Williams University School of Law,
Bristol, Rhode Island. Contact: Roger
Williams University, School of Law,
1 Old Ferry Road, Bristol, R.I. 02809;
(401) 254-4659; http://law.rwu.edu/who-
24-25: SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCI-
“Rising Powers in the Interna-
tional System,” University of Cambridge,
Cambridge, United Kingdom. Contact:
Ruth Rushworth, Centre for Research in
the Arts, Social Sciences and Humani-
ties, Alison Richard Building, 7 West
Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom, CB3
9DT; email@example.com; http://www.
24-28: SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCI-
Annual meeting, Association of
American Geographers, New York, New
York. Contact: Oscar Larson; (202) 234-
1450; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.aag.
25: S TUDEN T AFFAIRS.
“New Orleans Stu-
dent Government Training Conference,”
American Student Government Associa-
tion, New Orleans, Louisiana. Contact:
ASGA,, 412 NW 16th Avenue, Gaines-
ville, Fla. 32601; (352) 373-6907; con-
25-29: STUDENT AFFAIRS.
vention, National Association for Cam-
pus Activities, Charlotte, North Carolina.
Contact: Naca, 13 Harbison Way, Colum-
bia, S.C. 29212; (803) 732-6222; info@
“De Lange Confer-
ence VIII: The Future of the Research
University in a Global Age,” Rice Uni-
versity, Houston. Contact: 6100 Main
Street, Houston, 77005; (713) 348-4695;
28-29: DEVELOPMENT/ADVANCEMEN T.
“Winter Institute for Chief Development
Officers,” Council for Advancement and
Support of Education, Naples, Florida.
Contact: CASE, 1307 New York Avenue
N W, Suite 1000, Washington 20005;
(202) 328-2273; http://www.case.org/
2-3: AR TS.
Annual Graduate Symposium
on the History of Art and Architecture,
Boston University, Boston. Contact: Les-
lie K. Brown, Boston University, Depart-
ment of History of Art and Architecture,
725 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston,
Massachusetts 02215; (617) 353-2520;
2: BUSINESS/ADMINIS TRATIVE AFFAIRS.
Rocky Mountain Chapter Benefits
Conference, College and University
Professional Association for Human
Resources, Denver. Contact: CUPA-HR,
1811 Commons Point Drive, Knoxville,
Tenn. 37932; (835) 637-7673; http://www.
2012 Annual Confernce, Mich-
igan Academy of Science, Arts, and Let-
ters, Alma, Michigan. Contact: Michigan
Academy of Science, Arts and Letters,
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