Graduate education reform - College representatives for graduate education

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July 1, 2010

Dean Henning Schroeder convened representatives from the colleges in meetings June 29-30 to begin the implementation process for graduate education restructuring. They agreed to meet on a continuing basis for the coming year, approximately monthly, to facilitate the process.

A list of the college representatives, named by their deans, is provided here to promote communication among the group and University community.

See also the archive of meeting materials.


College of Biological Sciences: Clarence Lehman and Tom Hays, associate deans for research and graduate education

College of Continuing Education: Bob Stine, associate dean

School of Dentistry: Steve Shuman, associate professor and director of graduate studies

College of Design: Lee Anderson, associate dean for academic affairs

College of Education & Human Development: Kenneth Bartlett, associate dean for graduate programs

College of Food, Agricultural & Natural Resources Science: Abel Ponce de Leon, senior associate dean

Law School: TBD

College of Liberal Arts: Jo-Ida Hansen, associate dean for research and graduate programs

Carlson School of Management: Sri Zaheer, associate dean, with Shawn Curley, professor and director of graduate studies

Medical School: Yoji Shimizu, professor

School of Nursing: Linda Lindeke, director of graduate studies

College of Pharmacy: Richard Brundage, interim associate dean for graduate studies

Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs: Greg Lindsey, associate dean

School of Public Health: Mary Ellen Nerney, senior director of educational operations

College of Science and Engineering: Wayne Gladfelter, associate dean

College of Veterinary Medicine: Mark Rutherford, associate professor

Duluth: Tim Holst, associate vice chancellor

Rochester: Claudia Neuhauser, vice chancellor

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