Jason Wenschlag, Ed.D., Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the College of Graduate and Professional Studies, recently announced new titles for several faculty and staff members.
William Tibbetts, MBA, Dean of the College of Business and Technology, will now be overseeing Digital Education, helping North Central University continue its growth of online learning and innovative programming. Wenschlag said, “Dean Bill Tibbetts’ background includes creating, building, branding, and putting the right people and systems in place for innovation and growth. He is the ideal person to provide executive leadership to NCU’s Academic Partners and Online Education teams while working through the Deans Council and the New Academic Programs Committee to shape the digital learning experiences for NCU students, faculty, and academic partners.”
Tibbetts will continue to lead the College of Business and Technology, including advising students and teaching courses. He is completing a Doctor of Business Administration at Grand Canyon University.
This past fall, the North Central University Deans Council and Senior Leadership Team approved the appointment of Associate Deans for three university colleges. Along with teaching, advising, and serving students, these individuals provide constant leadership and support for their Deans and colleges, and will periodically engage with the Deans Council to enhance the experience for NCU faculty and students.
Sharon Connor, MA., College of Arts and Sciences. She is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Minnesota.
Shawn Sauve, MBA., College of Business and Technology. He is also pursuing a Doctor of Business Administration at Grand Canyon University.
Lon Flippo, D.Min., College of Church Leadership.
Wenschlag also noted a promotion in the College of Graduate and Professional Studies: Nicole Morgan has advanced to Associate Director of the College of Graduate and Professional Studies. Wenschlag said, “Nicole Morgan has provided effective leadership as Academic Coach since coming to NCU and will continue serving in that capacity while expanding her influence on graduate school operations.”
Nicole Morgan, Associate Director and Academic Coach of the College of Graduate and Professional Education.