Dr. Anne Gull named dean of Indiana Tech College of Arts and Sciences
Dr. Anne M. Gull has been selected as the next dean of Indiana Tech’s College of Arts and Sciences. She will begin her service at the university on July 6, 2020.
Dr. Gull’s appointment was the culmination of a nationwide search for the next leader of the university’s College of Arts and Sciences. She will succeed Dr. Oliver Evans, who has served as interim dean of the college since 2018.
Dr. Gull brings nearly 25 years of experience as a teacher and academic administrator in higher education to her role at Indiana Tech. She earned her B.S. in Chemistry from St. Francis College in Fort Wayne (now the University of St. Francis), and her Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry from Purdue University. She began her teaching career at Pikeville College in Pikeville, Kentucky, before moving to St. Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, IN. During her time at St. Joseph’s, she rose to the rank of full professor and served as division coordinator for the Natural Science and Mathematics Division of the college.
One of three main colleges that make up the university, Indiana Tech’s College of Arts and Sciences offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in a wide range of programs. Biology, Child Development, Communication, Criminal Justice, Exercise Science, Forensic Science, Health Information Management, Health Information Technology, Health Science, Human Services and Psychology are just some of the programs offered by the college.
Dr. Tom Kaplan, Indiana Tech Vice President for Academic Affairs, noted, “Our team’s interactions with Dr. Gull during the search process made it clear to us that our next dean is an extraordinary person and an outstanding leader. I am confident that Dr. Gull will be a great addition to our academic leadership team. All of us at Indiana Tech are excited to welcome her to the Warrior family.”