Dean Donald Pope-Davis
Ranked among the top researchers in the country for his work in psychology and multicultural education, Donald Pope-Davis (PhD, Stanford University) is passionate about using higher education to address issues of equity, economic growth and the psychological well-being of students. An educator for more than 25 years, he previously was dean of the College of Education at New Mexico State University, a Hispanic-serving institution. He also served in senior-level positions at the University of Notre Dame and DePaul University.
Pope-Davis’ work on religious attitudes, multicultural training and unintentional racism in counseling is widely published in peer-reviewed journals. He is an elected fellow of the American Psychological Association's Society for Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues and a fellow of the Society of Counseling Psychology. At New Mexico State, he secured a Kellogg Foundation grant to transition the college to three interdisciplinary schools, including one focusing on STEM and learning design.
- Noelle Arnold, Associate Dean of Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement
- Natasha Slesnick, Associate Dean of Research
- Anastasia Snyder, Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs
- Bryan Warnick, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
- Eric Anderman, Chair of Educational Studies
- Chris Faltis, Chair of Teaching and Learning
- Erik Porfeli, Chair of Human Sciences
- Tami Augustine, Interim Director of Educator Preparation
- Kelly Crawford, Senior Fiscal Officer
- Laura Justice, Executive Director of Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy
- Joe Roush, Chief Information Officer, Director of Facilities and Communications
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