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Maribeth Watwood, chair of Biological Sciences at Northern Arizona University, has accepted an appointment as dean of the Graduate College, Provost Laura Huenneke announced today.
Watwood will begin her new role Dec. 29, filling the vacancy created when then-dean Ramona Mellott moved to become dean of the College of Education.
After earning tenure and then promotion to professor during 12 years on the faculty at Idaho State University, Watwood joined NAU in 2003. She has served as department chair in Biological… Read more
by Laura Huenneke, Provost
Abundant research shows that students learn most effectively when taking the initiative to apply information to novel situations and authentic challenges. As we rapidly approach the end of another academic year, this is an ideal time to witness student accomplishments that demonstrate how well they respond to such challenges.