New Cohort of ACE Fellows

July 22, 2011

The American Council on Education has named 50 faculty members and administrators as the newest cohort of ACE Fellows, a program known for producing future provosts and presidents. The fellows work on campus that isn't their own, receiving guidance and assignments from presidents and other senior leaders.

Here are the new fellows:

  • Sheila J. Amin Gutiérrez de Piñeres, dean of undergraduate education at the University of Texas at Dallas.
  • Phyllis L. Baker, director of women's and gender studies at the University of Northern Iowa.
  • Anne C. Bartlett, chair and professor of English at DePaul University.
  • Linda Bennett, associate dean of educator preparation at the University of Missouri.
  • Mohammad A. Bhuiyan, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship at Fayetteville State University.
  • Janet S. Bowers, chair and professor of family and consumer sciences at Central Washington University.
  • María R. Bozón, director of the Division of Continuing Education at Universidad El Bosque (Colombia).
  • Andrew S. Buckser, professor of anthropology at Purdue University.
  • John B. Buckwalter, associate dean for research and graduate studies at the University of Texas at Arlington.
  • Juan Cantú Luna, director of marketing and recruitment at the Universidad de Monterrey (Mexico).
  • Patricia A. Carney, associate director for population studies at the Knight Cancer Institute of the Oregon Health and Science University.
  • Scott A. Carnicom, associate dean of the honors college at Middle Tennessee State University.
  • Stacey K. Close, professor of history at Eastern Connecticut State University.
  • Finnie D. Coleman, special assistant to the provost and director of Africana studies at the University of New Mexico.
  • David J. Cook, associate vice chancellor for outreach of the University of Kansas Medical Center.
  • Timothy E. Elgren, professor of chemistry at Hamilton College.
  • Jim B. Fatzinger, associate vice president for student affairs at Georgia Gwinnett College.
  • Rosemary G. Feal, executive director of the Modern Language Association.
  • Carlos A. González-Campos, dean of the Engineering School at CETYS University (Mexico).
  • Joy Griffin, special assistant vice president in the Office of Equity and Inclusion at the University of New Mexico.
  • Jürgen Heinrichs, associate professor of art history and museum professions at Seton Hall University.
  • Robert D. Hill, professor of educational psychology at the University of Utah.
  • Judith L. Hunt, associate dean of College of Humanities and Natural Sciences at Loyola University New Orleans.
  • Ananthanarayana V. Iyer, director of the Dauch Center for the Management of Manufacturing Enterprises and the Global Supply Chain Management Initiative at Purdue University.
  • Camille L. Kluttz-Leach, general counsel of Winston-Salem State University.
  • Wanda M.L. Lee, dean of faculty affairs and professional development at San Francisco State University.
  • George S. Low, chair and associate professor of marketing at Texas Christian University.
  • Susan B. Mackey-Kallis, chair of the Academic Policy Committee at Villanova University.
  • Sandra A. Mayfield, assistant provost/assistant vice president for academic affairs at Governors State University.
  • Kelli McCormack Brown, associate dean for academic affairs at the College of Health and Human Performance at the University of Florida.
  • Stephen C. Myers, assistant director of the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center at Ohio State University.
  • David H. Olwell, professor of systems engineering at the United States Naval Postgraduate School.
  • Gwendolyn D. Packnett, assistant vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Missouri at St. Louis.
  • Donald E. Palm, assistant vice president for academic affairs at Florida A&M University.
  • Elissa J. Palmer, director of rural residency at the University of Nevada at Reno.
  • Joan M. Prince, vice chancellor for partnerships and innovations at the College of Health Sciences at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee.
  • Shirley A. Quarles, chair and associate professor of physiological and technological nursing at the Georgia Health Sciences University.
  • Mike Lee Racy, vice president of Division II of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
  • Rafael Sánchez París, administrative vice president of Universidad El Bosque (Colombia).
  • Adolfo G. Santos, chair of social sciences at the University of Houston—Downtown.
  • Andreas E. Savakis, chair and professor of computer engineering at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
  • Patricia Sendall, president of the Faculty Senate at Merrimack College.
  • Laura R. Severin, professor of English at North Carolina State University.
  • Christopher J. Sindt, vice provost for graduate and professional studies at Saint Mary's College of California.
  • Eileen L. Strempel, assistant president for academic advancement at Syracuse University.
  • Elizabeth L. Tutelman, senior vice provost for strategic initiatives and communications at Temple University.
  • Felix E. Vallejo, vice president of operations for the Northern Region of Universidad del Valle de México.
  • Arturo Villanueva González, director and professor of humanistic education at Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla (Mexico).
  • Peter W. Wooldridge, executive dean of student learning and assessment at Durham Technical Community College.
  • Joseph Youngblood II, vice provost of Thomas Edison State College.
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