Former associate dean of the College of Education and Health Professions here at the UA Little Rock, Shannon Collier-Tenison, has been promoted to interim dean after former dean, Dr. Ann Bain, became the new executive vice chancellor and provost on Oct 4.
As interim dean, Collier-Tenison has a wide range of responsibilities within the college.
“I will be responsible for the leadership and oversight of the College of Education and Health Professions,” she said. “Which includes college level planning, budgeting, enrollment management, student success initiatives, curriculum and program oversight, research support, outreach endeavors, and fundraising.”
Collier-Tenison is also an associate professor of social work and has worked as the associate dean of the College of Education and Health Professions since its start.
“I have been fortunate to work closely with a faculty and staff that support programs in social work, nursing, education, counseling, human performance, rehabilitation, and communication sciences and disorders,” she said.