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Join us in Congratulating the new Appointment of Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs, Barbara Lee

and the re-Appointment of Jackie Litt as Dean of Douglass Residential College

 Barbara A. Lee

Please join us in congratulating Professor Barbara A. Lee former dean of the School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR) and current chair of SMLR’s Department of Human Resource Management, to the position of Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs (SVPAA) for Rutgers University. 

Beginning her tenure on July 1, 2015, Dr. Lee will serve as the chief academic officer of Rutgers. "...she will coordinate academic programs throughout Rutgers in conjunction with the provosts at Camden, Newark, New Brunswick, and Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, particularly in regard to new degree programs. "

           

Jackie Litt 

Please join us in congratulating Dean Jackie Litt, on her re-appointment to another five-year term as Dean of Douglass.

“Your highly effective leadership of and strong advocacy for the DRC since its inception have made this reappointment decision an easy one, and I look forward to working closely with you in the coming years,” wrote Chancellor Edwards in Litt’s reappointment letter.

 

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