CSU–Pueblo announces interviews for CSM Dean position

Two finalists for the dean of the College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) at Colorado State University-Pueblo will interview on campus in the coming weeks.

The following two candidates will interview at a variety of campus forums Jan. 23 and 26 for the position of Dean of the CSM: Dr. Charles Joseph Amlaner, Jr. Professor of Physiology in the Department of Biology, Indiana State University; and Dr. Cheryl L. Klein Stevens, Chair of the Department of Chemistry at Xavier University of Louisiana.

The candidates will interview on campus on the following dates: Charles Joseph Amlaner, Jr., Friday, Jan. 23, and Cheryl L. Klein Stevens, Monday, Jan. 26. Open forum sessions for the public will be offered from 2-4 p.m. on each of the dates in Life Sciences 105. The candidates’ resumes and itineraries are available at: http://www.colostate-pueblo.edu/CSMDeanSearch/.

A professor physiology at Indiana State University since 1993, Amlaner also is a certified senior ecologist with the ecological Society of America. His major research interests include human sleep disorders, the sleep patterns of free-ranging and laboratory animals, and the use of biotelemetry in evaluating temporal and spatial patterns of behavior and physiology in unrestrained animals and humans.

Klein Stevens has served as chair of the Department of Chemistry at Xavier University of Louisiana in New Orleans since 2005. She has been a faculty member in the Department of Chemistry since 1982 and also served as an adjunct professor of chemistry at the University of New Orleans since 1982. From 1984-1995, she also was an adjunct professor medicinal chemistry at the University of Mississippi.

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