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Michael Frasciello, Longtime Advocate for Continuous Learning, Appointed Dean of University College

Friday, September 22, 2017, By Kathleen Haley
Michael Frasciello, a respected leader and longtime advocate for continuous learning who was appointed interim dean of University College in January, has been named as the new dean of the college. The appointment, which was recently approved by the Board of Trustees, is effective immediately.

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  • William Banks

    Professor of Law, Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs and Director of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism
    • Elizabeth F. Cohen

      Associate Professor of Political Science and Senior Research Associate, Campbell Public Affairs Institute
      • Jennifer Grygiel

        Assistant Professor of Communications
        • Mehrzad Boroujerdi

          Professor and Chair of Political Science, Provost Faculty Fellow for Internationalization and O’Hanley Faculty Scholar
          • Deborah Coolhart

            Assistant Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy
            • Charles T. Driscoll

              University Professor of Environmental Systems and Distinguished Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering
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              • Hub Brown

                Associate Dean for Research, Creativity, International Initiatives & Diversity Associate Professor

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                  Choose from hundreds of hand-crafted ceramic bowls and enjoy a meal of soup and bread from local restaurants. All proceeds to benefit the Interreligious Food Consortium. The IFC helps food pantries feed the hungry in Onondaga County. $20 donation.
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