Movers and Shakers: Central College (Iowa), College of the Holy Cross, Indiana U.-Purdue U.-Indianapolis, New American Colleges

September 21, 2011
  • Dennis Dougherty, interim dean for graduate and professional studies at Cabrini College, in Pennsylvania, has been named dean of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies at Rosemont College, also in Pennsylvania.
  • Ashley Garr, chemistry instructor at Augsburg College, in Minnesota, has been appointed as instructor of chemistry at Central College, in Iowa.
  • Nancy Hensel, CEO of the Council on Undergraduate Research, in Washington, has been chosen as president of New American Colleges and Universities, in Massachusetts.
  • Daniel Lawson, assistant to the coordinator of graduate teaching assistant education at Virginia Tech, has been named director of the writing center at Central College, in Iowa.
  • Patricia N. LeDonne, director of admissions and development and director of enrollment and marketing at Holy Cross Regional Catholic School, in Virginia, has been appointed as director of admissions at Roanoke College, also in Virginia.
  • Christine Picard, a postdoc at Texas A&M University, has been hired as assistant professor in the department of biology and the forensic and investigative sciences program at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
  • Lorelle Semley, instructor of history at Wesleyan University, in Connecticut, has been hired as an assistant professor of history at College of the Holy Cross, in Massachusetts.
  • The appointments above are drawn from The Lists on Inside Higher Ed, which also includes a comprehensive catalog of upcoming events in higher education. To submit job changes or calendar items, please click here.

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