Dr. Hurtig to Serve as Interim Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs
For the 2009-10 academic year, Dr. Juliet Hurtig, assistant dean for admissions and advising in the T.J. Smull College of Engineering and associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, will serve as interim assistant vice president for academic affairs.
Hurtig received her Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from ONU in 1991. She completed her master’s and Ph.D. in electrical engineering at The Ohio State University.
In 2000 she joined ONU’s College of Engineering as assistant professor of electrical engineering. In 2003 she was named assistant dean for admissions and advising. In 2004 she was named associate professor of electrical engineering.
Her research interests include educational pedagogy and nonlinear system identification.
The interim assistant vice president for academic affairs has responsibility for academic oversight of semester transition, the University catalog, academic scheduling and summer sessions. She will also oversee assessment activities in the academic areas and serve as chair of the University General Education Committee.
Responsibilities for international F-1student visas will fall to Michelle Pachuta, international services coordinator, while J-1 student and scholar visas will remain in academic affairs.
Dr. Anne Lippert, vice president for academic affairs, said, “Dr. Hurtig will supply good continuity to the Office of Academic Affairs because of her broad knowledge of the University, its people and the academic programs.”