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Williams named vice president and dean of student life at Olivet College
Aug 16, 2004

Olivet, Mich. Teresa J. Williams, Ph.D., has been named Vice President and Dean of Student Life at Olivet College, according to an announcement by President Don Tuski, Ph.D. Williams will be responsible for resident life, student activities and organizations, Greek life and multicultural education. She will also oversee orientation and community standards in addition to housing and health services.

Williams comes to Olivet from the University of Richmond in Virginia, where she served as associate dean at the Jepson School of Leadership. While at Jepson, she coordinated student orientation, implemented academic policies and procedures, taught a leadership course, and served as the faculty advisor for leadership study students.

Her professional background includes working as director of academic service and advising at Southwestern University in Texas, director of cultural diversity at Carroll College in Wisconsin; and assistant to the dean of graduate studies at Southern Illinois University. Williams belongs to the American Association of University Women, American College Personnel Association, the Association of Higher Education and Disability and Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.

Williams earned a bachelors degree in African and Afro-American studies at Washington University in St. Louis, a masters degree at Webster University in St. Louis and doctorate in higher education administrations from Saint Louis University.


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