Kurt Anstreicher, Shelly Campo, Richard Fumerton, David Gier, and Linda Snetselaar are the university’s Committee on Institutional Cooperation Academic Leadership Program fellows for 2011-12.
The CIC program aims to develop management skills among faculty who have demonstrated exceptional ability and administrative promise. “History has shown that many participants go on to hold top administrative positions on their campuses,” says Tom Rice, UI associate provost for faculty.
Anstreicher is Henry B. Tippie Research Professor of Management Sciences and head of the Department of Management Sciences in the Tippie College of Business. An expert in mathematical optimization, he has edited the journal Mathematical Programming, Series A since 2007.
Campo is associate professor of community and behavioral health in the College of Public Health, and holds a secondary appointment in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Department of Communication Studies. She directs the Center for Health Communication and Social Marketing.
Fumerton is F. Wendell Miller Professor of Philosophy in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and 2011-12 Faculty Senate president. He has served on the college’s executive and the educational policy committees, and chaired the Department of Philosophy from 1988 to 1996.
Gier is professor, Collegiate Scholar, and director of the School of Music in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. He teaches trombone and brass chamber music, performs with the Iowa Brass Quintet, and is an active orchestral musician, clinician, and adjudicator.
Snetselaar is professor of epidemiology and endowed chair of preventive nutrition education in the College of Public Health. She directs the college’s Nutrition Center and co-directs its Preventive Intervention Center.