As Chief Academic Officer, Wilson provides leadership for the Academic Affairs division, including all academic departments and instructional programs, academic services, the registrar’s office, information technology, Cressman library, and global initiatives and international programs.
In his 16 years at Cedar Crest College, Wilson has served as Writing Director, Assistant and Associate Professor of English, co-founder and Internal Director of the Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program, Chair of the Department of Humanities, and Associate Provost.
In addition, he has a certificate in Education Policy and Program Evaluation from Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies.
Mary-Alice Ozechoski has been named Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs.
He also leads as co-chair the Cedar Crest Assessment Committee, the Compliance Committee, and the Diversity and Inclusion Council. in English from Lehigh University, receiving the 2006 Stout Distinguished Dissertation Award.
He furthermore coordinates specialized accreditation for the college’s degree programs, directs compliance with federal and state regulations for higher education, and serves as Accreditation Liaison Officer for the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. He holds a Master of Arts in literature and a Bachelor of Arts in English, history, and pre-law from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
procrastination; isolation; negotiating with advisors; relationships and family). But graduate students at UW–Madison can embrace that journey with a group of other dissertators at the Dissertation Writing Camp.
The dissertation writing camp, which takes place each year in January and May, provides students with dedicated time to write and discuss their work with peers, while also engaging in workshops about goal-setting, time management, and staying motivated.
Valerie Downing has been named Vice President for Institutional Advancement.
Downing joined the College in 2017 as Executive Director of Development in the Office for Institutional Advancement.