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Center for Excellence in Disabilities to host director candidates

Thursday, May 5, 2016

The Center for Excellence in Disabilities will be conducting interviews for its Director position.  Candidates will be on campus and will give presentations.

The topic of their presentation is:  “Vision for Disability Services, Rural Outreach and the CED Mission."

The first candidate, Dr. Rondalyn Whitney, will be here on Monday, May 9.  Dr. Whitney is currently Associate Professor and Chair, Occupational Therapy Department at Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York.  All faculty and staff, who are interested, are invited to attend her presentation at noon in Room 1909 in the Health Sciences Learning Center.

The second candidate, Dr. Lesley Cottrell, will be here on Monday, May 16.  Dr. Cottrell is currently the Interim Director, CED and Professor/Vice Chair for Research, Department of Pediatrics at WVU.  All faculty and staff, who are interested, are invited to attend her presentation at noon in Room 1909 in the Health Sciences Learning Center.

The third candidate, Dr. George Gotto, will be here on Thursday, May 19.  Dr. Gotto is currently the Director of Community Services at the Institute for Human Development, University of Missouri Kansas City.  All faculty and staff, who are interested, are invited to attend his presentation at noon in Room 1909 in the Health Sciences Learning Center. 

The fourth and final candidate, Dr. Mary Van Haneghan, will be here on Monday, May 23.  Dr. Van Haneghan has been the Chief Executive Officer at The Arc of Anchorage, Alaska.  All faculty and staff, who are interested, are invited to attend her presentation at noon in Room 1909 in the Health Sciences Learning Center.