In July 2017 I transitioned into a temporary role as the Interim Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences at McHenry County College (MCC). My term will last through the end of this academic year.

In this position, I lead an academic division of forty full-time and sixty part-time faculty members to fulfill an institutional mission of: Our focus is learning. Student success is our goal. I work closely with nine academic department chairs and the Associate Vice President of Arts and Sciences to schedule courses, track enrollments, and maximize efficiency and service to students. I observe and evaluate adjunct faculty members; I promote academic programs; and I serve on various committees, including the Distance Learning Team and the Strategic Enrollment Management Team.

Before taking on this role, I worked in an administrative role on a part-time basis as the Chair of Faculty Development at MCC. I served as chair for six years in addition to my job as an instructor of English at the college. Read more about my time in faculty development here.

Putting Learning Into Practice 4.16.18

Click here for a PDF of the presentation I gave as a candidate for the permanent position of Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences