|Nursing appoints interim associate dean|
The College of Nursing is pleased to announce that Julie Anderson has been appointed to serve as interim associate dean of graduate studies and director of the Ph.D. program. Dr. Anderson will replace Ginny Guido, who has taken a position with Washington State University in Vancouver, Wash.
Dr. Anderson is currently an associate professor of nursing, has chaired and served on several graduate committees, and is a strong advocate for the college’s graduate initiatives. Several letters of commendation were received from graduate students regarding Dr. Anderson's mentorship quality and support for their programs of study.
Dr. Anderson received her B.S.N. in 1979 and M.S.N. in 1996, both from the UND College of Nursing. In 2000 she received her Ph.D. in research methodologies from the UND College of Education and Human Development. She is a practicing nurse at Altru and is a published and noted researcher on issues of wound management and technology.
A search committee will be formed in August to conduct a national search for the permanent associate dean position.
-- Becky Cournia, Alumni & Development Coordinator, College of Nursing, email@example.com, 777-4526