April 8, 2013
Fort Wayne, Ind.—Indiana Tech is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Douglas Clark as vice president for academic affairs and professor of education. He will officially begin his duties at Indiana Tech on May 6.
"Under President Snyder’s visionary leadership, the faculty and administrators of Indiana Tech have assembled a remarkable record of growth in enrollment and service to students," Clark said. "I’m honored by this invitation to join them in their deepening commitment to professionally relevant, relationship-based education."
Clark will lead all aspects of academic affairs including curriculum review, student assessment, and faculty development. He comes to Indiana Tech with more than 12 years of experience in higher education and a diverse background in leadership, educational programs, learning systems design, and human resource development.
“As Indiana Tech continues to grow, Dr. Clark will provide strategic leadership for our faculty and academic support staff,” President Arthur E. Snyder said. “He will be instrumental in our ongoing mission of providing career-oriented degree programs for learners of all ages.”
Clark has spent the past five years at Indiana Wesleyan University, most recently as associate dean in the College of Adult and Professional Studies. He previously held positions at National-Louis University. Prior to entering higher education, he served as executive director for two non-profit organizations and was a founding partner in a human resources consulting practice based in suburban Chicago.
Clark earned his doctor of education in educational technology at Pepperdine University. He also has earned a post-graduate degree in educational program administration, a graduate degree in business, and undergraduate degrees in P-12 education and biological science. His research and professional interests involve the uses of emerging technology to support teaching and learning.
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