New AVPAA and Director of Admissions Chosen

University of Redlands announces key positions with selection of Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Director of Admissions

REDLANDS, June 20, 2013– The University of Redlands has appointed Ed Wingenbach as Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs (AVPAA). In this position, Wingenbach will continue to provide crucial administrative organization and faculty development support for faculty and the University’s efforts in the important areas of learning outcomes assessment, program review, and our institutional self-study for re-accreditation.

Since his appointment as Interim Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs (IAVPAA) in September 2010, Wingenbach has provided extraordinary leadership and support that have been instrumental in the progress of institutional and faculty efforts of assessment, program review, and accreditation, according to Vice President for Academic Affairs David Fite. The appointment as Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs will extend through June 2016.

Wingenbach has been a faculty member in the department of Government at the University of Redlands since 2000. Wingenbach has served as Chair of the Department of Government and as Director of the International Relations Program. Wingenbach received his B.A. in Politics, Political Philosophy and Religion from Lake Forest College and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Government and International Studies from the University of Notre Dame.

Director of Admissions announced

Within the University’s enrollment management team, Vice President Kevin Dyerly announced that Phillip Moreno has been appointed as the Director of Admissions in the College of Arts and Sciences. As interim director the past six months, Moreno’s creativity and collaborative approach has worked to foster strong relationships with the campus community, prospective students and their families, Dyerly said. Moreno earned his bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism and political science from the University of Southern California and master’s in business administration from the University of Redlands.

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