Dean's Office Contacts A to Z
Faye Z. Belgrave, Ph.D.
As the associate dean for equity and community partnerships, Belgrave is responsible for the development and implementation of a plan for improving diversity, equity and inclusion in the College. In addition, she is responsible for elevating and promoting the College's community-engaged research and teaching.
Ellen Carpenter, Ph.D.
Edmonds is responsible for recruitment, outreach, strategic partnerships and serving as point of contact for prospective undergraduate students and families.
As grant research coordinator (pre-award), Trae Harris provides support for grant proposal development and assists with the submission of external applications for sponsored research.
Sally Hunnicutt, Ph.D.
Dr. Hunnicutt is responsible for supporting the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Forensic Science, Kinesiology and Health Sciences, Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences, Military Science and Leadership, Physics and Statistical Sciences and Operations Research.
Jennifer Malat, Ph.D.
As dean of the College of Humanities and Sciences, Dean Malat is charged with the continued implementation of the CHS strategic plan to bring distinction to the College through outstanding achievements and successes of its faculty and students.
Marcus Messner, Ph.D.
Dr. Messner is responsible for supporting the Departments of African American Studies, English, Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies, History, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology, as well as the Robertson School and the School of World Studies.
Nadal previously worked for the Division of Community Engagement for 10 years, which supported many of the community-engaged programs she developed.
Margaret Ozierski, Ph.D.
Riddick connects with humanities and sciences alums, emeriti faculty, community partners and friends to the college to engage them with future initiatives.
Scott is responsible for the development and implementation of strategy for undergraduate education and student success, including enrollment management, recruiting, advising, student outcomes and guidance on development of new degree programs.