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Memos to Campus

Search Advisory Committee for the Dean of GGSE

September 17, 2004

TO THE CAMPUS COMMUNITY

Dear Colleagues:

Executive Vice Chancellor Gene Lucas and I are pleased to announce that the search advisory committee for our next dean of the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education has been formed. Dean of Social Sciences Melvin Oliver has graciously agreed to serve as the chair. 
 
I am very grateful to Dean Oliver and our search advisory committee members (listed below) for their commitment of time, energy, and wisdom to this important search. An announcement of the position will be circulated shortly.
 
I would like to take this opportunity to again thank our colleague Jules Zimmer for the exemplary leadership he provided to the GGSE over the last decade. I would also like to thank Professor Gale Morrison for her timely service to our campus community as the acting dean of the Gevirtz School. I look forward to an exceptional year ahead for the GGSE and our campus.
 
Sincerely,
Henry T. Yang 


Search Advisory Committee for the Dean of the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education

Melvin Oliver, Chair (Dean of Social Sciences; Professor, Sociology)
Betsy Brenner (Associate Professor, Education)
Carol Dixon (Associate Dean, GGSE; Senior Lecturer, Education)
Richard Duran (Professor, Education)
Michael Furlong (Professor, Education)
Hsiu-Zu Ho (Professor, Education) 
Cynthia Hudley (Professor, Education)
Peggy Lamb (Chair, Dean’s Council, GGSE)
Sears McGee (Professor, History)
Claudine Michel (Professor, Black Studies)  
Kenneth Millett (Professor, Mathematics; Regional Director, CAMP)
Jason Raley (Assistant Professor, Education)
Russell Rumberger (Professor, Education; Director, UC LMRI)
George Singer (Professor, Education)
Staff Representative (to be announced)
Graduate Students Association Representative (to be announced)
 
Consultant to the committee:
Joe Castro (Coordinator, Affirmative Action Office)