Kriste Lindenmeyer named arts and sciences dean at Rutgers-Camden
The Gloucester County Times
April 11, 2011
Kriste Lindenmeyer, a noted scholar in the areas of childhood, public policy, and social entrepreneurship, has been named dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers University here.
When the appointment becomes effective July 11, Lindenmeyer will become the fourth dean of the largest academic unit on the Rutgers Camden Campus.
As dean, Lindenmeyer will develop the academic and administrative operations of the RutgersÐCamden Faculty of Arts and Sciences, which has 3,732 undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences and University College, and 572 students enrolled in master's and Ph.D. programs in The Graduate School.
"Dr. Lindenmeyer is an exceptional administrator and scholar," said university President Richard McCormick. "She brings an energetic vision for the role of the humanities and the social sciences, the natural and physical sciences, and the health-related professions to all of her work."