Dr. William (Bill) J. DeAngelis, associate professor of psychology, has been appointed as the dean of the School of Mathematics and Sciences at Reinhardt College.
Outstanding Performance and Continued Excellence
"Given Dr. DeAngelis' outstanding performance as an Interim Dean during this past academic year coupled with his professional background and expertise, I am very pleased to announce his appointment as dean of the School of Mathematics and Sciences," said Dr. Robert L. Driscoll, vice president of academic affairs and dean of the college. "We are looking forward to DeAngelis' leadership in facilitating the development of new programs and continued excellence in the School of Mathematics and Sciences."
DeAngelis, a native of Allentown, Pa. and resident of Atlanta, Ga., began teaching in 1973 as an associate professor of psychology at Erskine College in South Carolina. In 1985, he went into law for a private practice in Atlanta, Ga. DeAngelis came to Reinhardt in 2002 as an associate professor of psychology, and this past academic year, he also served as interim dean. Although he does not currently practice law, he is an active member of the State Bar of Georgia.
DeAngelis earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from LaSalle College in Philadelphia, Pa. and a Master of Science in Psychology and a doctorate in Biopsychology from the University of Georgia. He also earned a juris doctorate from Emory University Law School.
"Dedicated to Educating Our Students"
"The School of Mathematics and Sciences is comprised of accomplished individuals who are dedicated to educating our students as scientists in the liberal arts tradition," said DeAngelis. "I am pleased to be involved in facilitating that effort."
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