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Dean's Message

I was so pleased to see so much activity around our research funding arena in recent months. The award of these grants – including the $2.3 million grant to Public Health researchers Brad Collins and Stephen Lepore, in such a challenging funding climate is a testament to the quality and hard work of the College’s researchers and staff.

As you’ll read below, we are inching closer to completion of the renovation and expansion of Pearson and McGonigle Halls, home to our Kinesiology Department. New offices, classrooms and athletic space are key highlights of the project. I applaud the efforts and patience of the Kinesiology staff and faculty during construction and several months of transition to move into their new space. 

Our momentum continues, and we must move forward in our efforts to invest in the future as our faculty, students and staff meet the future – one of opportunities and possibilities in an evolving educational and healthcare delivery system.

All the best,

Michael R. Sitler, Ed.D.
Interim Dean