Associate and assistant deans for LAS announced
8:29:08 AM CDT - Wednesday, June 13, 2007
Eunice Myers, chair of the modern and classical languages and literatures department, and Charles Koeber, a sociology faculty member and director of the Center for Teaching and Research Excellence, will join the Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences dean's office as associate deans, effective July 30, according to LAS dean Bill Bischoff.
Marché Fleming-Randle, who had worked with Upper Iowa University's outreach program at Fort Riley, will join the dean's office June 18 as assistant dean.
Myers and Koeber will replace Sharon Iorio, who will become the WSU College of Education dean, and Keith Pickus, who will be an associate provost for academic affairs and research.
Myers, who joined the WSU faculty in 1981, will continue as director of the Spanish summer immersion program in Puebla, Mexico. Among her duties as associate dean, Myers will oversee budgets related to scholarship and faculty development. She will also work with the teacher education programs and coordinate the college’s student learning assessment.
Koeber will oversee the college’s state budget accounts and coordinate the college’s class schedules, as part of his duties. He will also be the dean’s office liaison with the college’s curriculum committee and coordinate the college’s certificate programs.
Koeber will not continue as the Center for Teaching and Research Excellence director, noted Pickus, who will oversee the center when he begins his new duties as associate provost Monday, June 18. Plans to replace Koeber have not been discussed at this time, Pickus said.
Fleming-Randle replaces Gerald Lichti, who retired this past academic year.