Movers and Shakers: Gustavus Adolphus College, Loyola U. Maryland, National Student Clearinghouse, North Idaho College, Nova Southeastern U., Sewanee-U. of the South, U. of Houston-Victoria, Wagner College

June 21, 2010
  • Ron Dorn, vice president for administration and finance at Minot State University, in North Dakota, has been chosen as vice president for resource management at North Idaho College.
  • Wendy deProphetis Driscoll, assistant professor of chemistry at Wagner College, in New York, has been promoted to associate professor of chemistry there.
  • Jett M. (Jay) Fisher, executive director of Associated Alumni at Sewanee -- University of the South, has been promoted to vice president for university relations there.
  • Megan Gillick, senior director of development for intercollegiate athletics and associate campaign director at Oregon State University, has been appointed vice president for advancement at Loyola University Maryland.
  • Kent Kalm, visiting professor in the department of health and exercise science at Gustavus Adolphus College, in Minnesota, has been named assistant professor in the department of health and exercise science there.
  • David Lynch, vice president of external relations at Graduate Leverage, in Massachusetts, has been chosen as regional director of the northeast United States at the National Student Clearinghouse.
  • F. Charles Mace, professor of school psychology at the University of Southern Maine, has been appointed Unicorn Children's Foundation Endowed Chair and executive director of the Autism Institute at Nova Southeastern University.
  • Mark Zafereo, assistant director of external relations at the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, has been appointed senior director of university advancement at the University of Houston Victoria.
  • 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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