A search committee already is reviewing applicants, but there still is time to nominate or refer candidates for the position of dean of the School of Social & Behavioral Sciences, said Philip Way, Ph.D., associate provost for Undergraduate Programs and chair of the search committee.
Way said nominations and applications will be accepted and reviewed until the position is filled. Materials may be directed to Greenwood & Associates, Inc., the search firm hired to assist with the search. E-mail Jan Greenwood, email@example.com , or Betty Asher, firstname.lastname@example.org . Nominations are accepted by fax, 850-650-2272, or can be mailed to Greenwood & Associates, Inc., 42 Business Center Drive, Suite 207, Miramar Beach FL 32550.
UAB search committee members are Bert Brouwer, dean of Arts & Humanities; Hughes Evans, M.D., professor of pediatric medicine; Pat Greenup, Ph.D., associate professor of clinical lab sciences; Wendy Gunther-Canada, Ph.D., professor of government and public service; Mark LaGory, Ph.D., chair of Sociology; Deborah Littleton, SBS program director; Distinguished Professor Ray Mohl, Ph.D., SBS; Kay Morgan, Ph.D., associate professor of justice sciences; Dellita Ogunsola, Ph.D., professor of foreign languages; Sarah Parcak, Ph.D., assistant professor of anthropology; Kevin Roth, M.D., professor of pathology; and David Schwebel, Ph.D., vice chair of Psychology.
SBS comprises a research-oriented faculty offering traditional and innovative programs that examine the diversity of human behavior in its social and historical context. Academic programs lead to baccalaureate, master’s and/or doctoral degrees in areas of anthropology, history, justice sciences, government, psychology, social work, and sociology. Tennant McWilliams, Ph.D., dean of SBS since 1990, announced in January he would step down this summer from that position and return to the faculty.