Four Faculty and Three Staff Members Promoted at UWFox
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Four faculty members and three administrative staff members at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley have recently been promoted and given new position titles.
The faculty promotions were recently announced by Dr. David Wilson, chancellor of the UW Colleges, after the UW System Board of Regents approved the appointments at its recent meeting earlier this month. In his letter to the UWFox faculty members promoted, Wilson said, “The promotion is a significant moment in the life of every teacher-scholar. The UW Colleges continues to develop as a fine institution of higher learning because of valuable contributions of faculty like you.”
Susan Rabideau (Appleton) is now an associate professor (with tenure) of communication arts, and also serves as UWFox’s theatrical director. Radideau joined the faculty at the Menasha campus August 2001. She received her B.A. from UW-Stevens Point and her M.F.A. from Mankato State University.
Dr. Scott Emmert (Manawa) has been named associate professor (with tenure) of English. Emmert began his teaching career at UWFox in August 2002. Emmert received his B.S. from Moorhead State University, an M.A. from the University of Iowa, as well as an M.A. and Ph.D. from Purdue University.
Dr. Jean Berger (Neenah) has been promoted to associate professor (with tenure) of history. Berger started teaching at UWFox in August 2000. She received an A.A.S. from UW-Marshfield, and a B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota.
Pam Massey (Menasha) has been appointed associate professor (with tenure) of physical education. Massey is also the UWFox athletic director and has been a faculty member at UWFox since 2002. She earned her B.S. from UW-Oshkosh and an M.S. from UW-La Crosse.
Dr. Margaret Cleek, UW Colleges Vice Chancellor and Provost, approved the appointments and new titles for the three administrative staff members, upon the recommendation of Dr. Jim Perry, UWFox campus executive office and dean, and with the support of Wilson.
Pa Lee Moua (Appleton), a staff member at UWFox since October 2004, is now senior student services advisor and continues to serve as the campus’ multicultural advisor. Moua has a B.A. from Lakeland College and an M.S. from UW-Oshkosh.
Jeff Kuepper (Appleton), who joined the UWFox staff in 1997, is now senior student services coordinator. Kuepper received an A.A. from Southeastern (IA) Community College, and his B.A. and M.A. from the University of Northern Iowa.
Chris Chamness (Appleton), a UWFox staff member since 1997, has been named senior academic librarian. Chamness earned her B.A. from Barat College and her M.L.S. from Wayne State University.
For more information about the UWFox campus, including its academic and extra-curricular programs, please visit www.uwfox.uwc.edu.