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College of Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies names assistant dean

Charlene Wolf-Hall has been named assistant dean of the NDSU College of Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies.

Wolf-Hall will be responsible for providing leadership for the college in promoting quality graduate education, developing orientation, workshops and other support services for graduate students and faculty; leading the college’s curriculum committee; and for serving on the University Academic Affairs Committee. In addition to her new position, Wolf-Hall will continue in her faculty role as an associate professor, teaching and conducting research in the Great Plains Institute of Food Safety.

Wolf-Hall was previously the associate director of the Great Plains Institute of Food Safety at NDSU. She also was an associate professor and food microbiologist in the Department of Veterinary and Microbiological Sciences.

Wolf-Hall earned her doctorate in food science and technology with an emphasis in food microbiology and food toxicology from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, and master of science and bachelor of science degrees in microbiology from South Dakota State University, Brookings, S.D.

She was president-elect of Gamma Sigma Delta International, the 2005 Featured NDSU Woman, and part of the FORWARD Committee that received the 2009 ACE Network Award for the Advancement of Women in Higher Education and the 2008 NDSU President’s Diversity Council Impact Award.

Wolf-Hall lives in Fargo, with her husband, son and daughter.

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