David Dees Named Interim Director of Faculty Professional Development CenterPosted Aug. 5, 2013
David Dees, Ph.D., has been named interim director of Kent State University’s Faculty Professional Development Center.
Located in Moulton Hall, the Faculty Professional Development Center serves faculty, graduate students, administrators and the university community by providing leadership and support for innovative and successful teaching and learning, and for communicating and creating opportunities for faculty professional development. During the next year as interim director of the center, Dees will provide leadership and shape the vision of the Faculty Professional Development Center by consulting with faculty from across Kent State’s multi-campus system through the shared governance processes of the university.
Dees is an associate professor of cultural foundations in the College of Education, Health and Human Services. He has a strong record of service, including membership in the Faculty Senate, chair of the Salem Campus Faculty Council, co-director of the Rural Scholars Program and co-chair of the LER/Core Committee.
For more information about Kent State’s Faculty Professional Development Center, visit www.kent.edu/fpdc.