Dr. David Curtis (English) has been appointed associate dean of the School of Humanities effective June 1, 2010. Curtis was selected after a thorough search process that was overseen by a search committee from the School of Humanities and outside members from other departments in the College of Arts and Sciences.
David brings a great deal of administrative experience to this position including six years as chair of the Department of English and four years as director of the English graduate program. Dean Bryce Sullivan said, “David is an inspiring and experienced leader with a clear vision for the School of Humanities. I believe that David will build on the record of excellence that already exists in the School of Humanities and take the school to even greater levels of excellence.”