University of Findlay names Tulley as dean



The University of Findlay has named Ronald Tulley as the new dean of its College of Liberal Arts, starting July 15.
“I’m honored to have this opportunity to help guide the mission of the liberal arts at the University of Findlay,” Tulley said.
Tulley has held several teaching and administrative positions at the university since 2002, when he was a composition and literature instructor in the English department, according to the university.
Most recently, Tulley served as an associate professor of English since 2010, and the interim director of online learning since 2013.
Other leadership positions Tulley held included chair of the English department; academic coordinator for online delivery; and director of the writing center and co-director of the technical communication area.
As director of the writing center, Tulley expanded its reach and facilitated the creation of a graduate-level writing center, making the center more accessible to the entire student body.
Tulley was a recipient of the Harriette Smith Ritz Award for Service to the University (2013), and the Richard E. Wilkin Faculty Chair in the College of Liberal Arts from 2012 to 2013, according to the university.



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