College Staff

Dean’s Office

  • Ellen Meyer Gregg, Dean - The Dean serves as the academic and administrative officer of the College of Natural and Health Sciences.
  • Robert Houser, Associate Dean - The Associate Dean has responsibilities in the areas of faculty affairs and research.
  • Debbie Pirera, Business Manager - The Business Manager has responsibilities in the areas of college budget planning, analysis, and management; faculty and exempt employment contracts; purchasing of college technology, equipment, and supplies; and faculty productivity and program expense.
  • Beckie Croissant, Student Services Specialist - The Student Services Specialist has responsibilities in the areas of student services, course scheduling and program review.
  • Kim Paxton, Senior Administrative Specialist - The Senior Administrative Specialist provides general office administrative support and is the primary support for the Dean.
  • Toni Tassone, Administrative Specialist - The Administrative Specialist provides general office administrative support and is the primary support for the Associate Dean.
  • Marcia Pearce, Director of Development - The Director of Development works with the Natural and Health Sciences' leadership team.
  • Ken Cochran, Instrument and Fabrication Technician - The Instrument and Fabrication Technician provides technical support for the College’s instrumentation and responds to fabrication needs.
  • Chad Wangeline, Laboratory Coordinator II – The Laboratory Coordinator assists the Instrumentation and Fabrication Technician in providing technical support for the College’s instrumentation and responds to fabrication needs.

School Directors and Department Chair

The School Directors and Department Chairs serve as the leaders of the five academic Schools and three Departments, respectively, that compose the College of Natural and Health Sciences.

Academic Centers and Institute Directors

Directors head up the academic centers and institutes that are located within the College of Natural and Health Sciences.

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