Movers and Shakers: Association of Research Libraries, Huntington University (Ind.), Middlebury College, National Student Clearinghouse, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, U. of Chicago, U. of Texas at Dallas, Wake Technical CC

February 12, 2010
  • M. Sue Baughman, assistant dean for organizational development at the University of Maryland at College Park, has been appointed as associate deputy executive director at the Association of Research Libraries.
  • Paul Goren, senior vice president of the Spencer Foundation, in Chicago, has been chosen as the Lewis-Sebring Director of the Consortium on Chicago School Research at the University of Chicago.
  • Gayle Green, dean of the Northern Wake Campus of Wake Technical Community College, in North Carolina, has been promoted to associate vice president of the Wake Tech's Northern Wake Campus.
  • Donald Hossler, professor and executive associate dean at Indiana University at Bloomington's School of Education, has been selected as executive director of the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, in Virginia.
  • Shirley M. Ramirez, vice president for institutional planning and community engagement at Lafayette College, in Pennsylvania, has been named dean of the college and chief diversity officer at Middlebury College, in Vermont.
  • Brenda Simon, a fellow in the Center for Law and the Biosciences at Stanford University's law school, has become a member of the faculty at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, also in California.
  • Dennis W. Smith Jr., professor of chemistry and material science and engineering at Clemson University, in South Carolina, has been named the Robert A. Welch Chair in Chemistry at the University of Texas at Dallas.
  • Margaret Winters, assistant professor of nursing at Huntington University, in Indiana, has been promoted to associate professor of nursing there.
  • 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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