Meet candidates for campus police chief
The Office of Human Resources invites the campus community to meet the two candidates for the position of Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police. Meetings will be held in 208 Bowen-Thompson Student Union from 3-3:55 p.m. as follows:
Wednesday, Oct. 6 – Monica Moll
Friday, Oct. 8 – Scott Beckner
Resumes are available for review at:
ACE Fellow to be campus visitor
Dr. Susan Stapleton, a 2010-11 ACE (American Council on Education) Fellow who is being mentored by President Carol Cartwright and Provost Ken Borland throughout this year, will be on campus periodically observing and working with her mentors.
“Selection as a host institution is a mark of the prestige of Bowling Green State University. An ACE Fellow has selected this institution for its unique learning opportunities and the quality work that it is doing in educating students,” explained Dr. Sharon A. McDade, director of the ACE Fellows Program.
Established in 1965 by the American Council on Education, the ACE Fellows Program is designed to strengthen institutions and leadership in American higher education by identifying and preparing promising senior faculty and administrators for eventual advancement into senior leadership positions in college and university administration. ACE Fellows, nominated by the presidents of their institutions, are selected in a national competition. Of the more than 1,500 participants in the 45 years of the program, more than 300 have become chief executive officers and more than 1,100 have become provosts, vice presidents or deans.
Dr. Stapleton is associate dean of arts and sciences at Western Michigan University as well as director of the co-op and internship program in chemistry. She is also a professor of chemistry and biochemistry whose research concerns gene regulation of carbohydrate and fatty acid metabolism.
Each ACE Fellow focuses on an issue of concern to the nominating institution while being mentored by the college or university president and other senior officers at the host institution. The Fellow is included in the highest level of decision-making, participates in administrative activities, and works on specific issues or projects at the host institution. Fellows attend three weeklong seminars on higher education issues organized by ACE as well as the ACE Annual Meeting, read extensively in the field, visit a range of other higher education institutions, and engage in other activities to enhance their knowledge about the challenges and opportunities confronting higher education today and in the next century.