Dean Jeffrey Houpt, appointed the very first Executive Associate Dean for Research. His appointee, Dr. William “Bill” Marzluff, helped define and promote a vision for research at the School of Medicine.
Dean Houpt appointed Dr. Gene Orringer as the Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs. Executive Associate Deans Marzluff and Orringer led the newly established Office of Research and Faculty Affairs.
As the Office continued to grow, each focus area gained additional responsibilities and the Research and Faculty Affairs paths grew more distinct.
2009 – 2010
After Executive Associate Dean Orringer stepped down in 2009 and Executive Associate Dean Marzluff stepped down in 2010, the Offices split in two.
Dr. Paul Godley became the new Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, and Dr. Terry Magnuson became the Vice Dean for Research.
Amelia Drake, MD, FACS joins the Office of Faculty Affairs as Executive Associate Dean for Academic Programs.
Dr. Paul Godley becomes Vice Dean for Finance and Administration and Dr. Joanne Jordan becomes Executive Associate Dean.
The name of the office changed to the Office of Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development. This name change reflects the recognition that the ever-changing healthcare environment demands a new kind of leadership, and that the success of faculty depends on their ability to adapt to the dynamics of their environment.
Academy of Educators moves to the Office of Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development.
Dr. Joanne Jordan becomes Vice Dean for Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development.
Executive Leadership Coach, Dr. Stephen P. Bogdewic joins the team to further coaching, one of our strategic plan initiatives.
Dr. Julie Byerley becomes Vice Dean for Academic Affairs. The office also adds two Senior Associate Deans — Dr. Kim Boggess (SAD for Faculty Affairs) and Dr. Bryant Murphy (SAD for Leadership Development).
Dr. Jennifer Wu becomes interim Vice Dean for Academic Affairs.
The Office has continued to grow with the addition of new, faculty-centric programs including wellness initiatives, coaching, and more.