Four Promoted in Academic Affairs at Creighton University
Creighton University has announced four promotions in Academic Affairs.
Mary Ann Danielson, Ph.D., has been appointed associate vice president for Academic Excellence and Assessment. Danielson, a professor of communication studies, has served as the Department of Communications chair and as director of its forensics program.
Michele King, former coordinator of programming and administration in the Office of Academic Excellence and Assessment, will serve as the senior program administrator. In her new position, King coordinates the logistical facets of the Office for Academic Excellence and Assessment, faculty development programming, and the on-going University assessment activities.
LuAnn Schwery, former coordinator of graduate programs, will serve as the assistant dean of the Graduate School. In her new position, Schwery is responsible for graduate student affairs, coordination of new program development, program review and assessment, and faculty development programming for Academic Affairs.
Tricia Brundo Sharrar, J.D., former associate dean at the Creighton University School of Law, has been promoted to associate vice president for Academic Affairs. Sharrar earned a law degree from Creighton in 1996.