Glendale Community College appoints new Dean

Susan Campbell to head Career and Technical Education

Posted 6/23/21

Glendale Community College appointed Dr. Susan Campbell as Dean of Career and Technical Education (CTE).

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Glendale Community College appoints new Dean

Susan Campbell to head Career and Technical Education

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Glendale Community College appointed Dr. Susan Campbell as Dean of Career and Technical Education (CTE).

She held the position of Interim Dean before to moving into the permanent position. Prior that she was Computer Assisted Design (CAD) technology program director.

The college has a main campus at 6000 W. Olive Ave., and a North Campus at 5727 W. Happy Valley Road.

“I am excited to be continuing as the Dean of Career and Technical programs,” Campbell stated in a news release. “I love what we do here at GCC and I look forward to all of the new opportunities ahead of us.”

She has an extensive background in higher education, spanning more than 30 years that include serving as faculty, in student affairs and academic affairs. She began her career at Glendale Community College in 2002 as a faculty member in the CAD technology program. Since then she has served in numerous leadership roles including, faculty senate vice president, Faculty Executive Council representative, Center for Teaching and Learning faculty director, co-lead for the College Assessment and Review Team program, Higher Learning Commission Criterion 4 co-chair and more.

“The college is extremely fortunate to have Dr. Campbell as a permanent member of our team,” GCC president Dr. Teresa Leyba Ruiz stated in a news release. “For the past three years, she has proven to be a valuable team member and has worked collaboratively with other departments, colleges, and community leaders to ensure that GCC’s Career & Technical Education programs continue to thrive in the rapidly changing landscape of workforce development.”

As the Dean of CTE, Campbell will continue to provide support and leadership for the Career and Technical Education instructional areas and Career Services department. She will work to champion student success initiatives, advocate resources to grow and strengthen her areas and the college while fostering long-lasting industry and community relationships.

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