Hammond takes helm of education college

Dr. Rosalind Hammond has been appointed interim dean of the College of Education and Human Development. Her appointment began July 1, Interim Provost Mark Gromko has announced. As interim dean, she is responsible for the fiscal and academic leadership of the college.

Hammond has significant leadership experience in the college. She has served as associate dean for academic affairs since 2000, and recently as interim director of the School of Teaching and Learning. She previously was interim director of the School of Family and Consumer Sciences, department chair and program coordinator.

Hammond replaces Dean Josué Cruz. The search for a permanent dean will begin at a later time, Gromko said.

Hammond has taught at BGSU since 1982. She received her doctoral and master's degrees in education from the University of Virginia and a bachelor's degree, also in education, from Longwood College.

July 9, 2007