Search committee named for veterinary medicine dean
A search-and-screen committee has been appointed to assist UW–Madison’s administration to identify and select candidates for the next dean of the School of Veterinary Medicine.
Daryl Buss, dean of the school since 1994 and the second in the school’s history, will step down in June.
Tony Goldberg, professor in the Department of Pathobiological Sciences, is chairing the search committee. Other appointees include:
•Lisbeth Ambrosius, doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM) student
•Ellison Bentley, clinical associate professor, Department of Surgical Sciences
•Mark Cook, professor, Department of Animal Sciences
•Charles Czuprynski, professor, Department of Pathobiological Sciences
•Doerte Doepfer, assistant professor, Department of Medical Sciences
•Christian Eisele, senior instructional specialist, Department of Medical Sciences
•Patrick Farrell, DVM, Veterinary Medicine Board of Visitors
•Lisa Forrest, professor, Department of Surgical Sciences
•Robert Golden, dean, School of Medicine and Public Health
•William Karasov, professor, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology
•Lynn Maki, student services program manager II, School of Veterinary Medicine
•Jonathan McAnulty, professor, Department of Surgical Sciences
•Marie Pinkerton, clinical assistant professor, Department of Pathobiological Sciences
•Linda Schuler, professor, Department of Comparative Biosciences
•Lauren Trepanier, professor, Department of Medical Sciences
•Cara Williams, DVM student
Secretary of the Faculty David Musolf and search-and-screen coordinator Eileen Hanneman are serving as staff to the committee.
Applications and nominations are welcome. See the position description for more information.