At the end of the academic year, June 2015, Deborah Fitzgerald will be stepping down from her position as Dean of the School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. Staying at MIT, she will be returning to the faculty in the Program in Science, Technology, and Society to continue with teaching and research. Since 2007, Fitzgerald has led SHASS to establish itself as a contributing member to the institute, broadening the potential for academic excellence across various departments, centers, and programs at MIT. Much of her work has gone into improving the structure of undergraduate education requirements in the humanities, arts, and social sciences, creating a more well rounded academic experience for future endeavors in any career. To read more of Dean Fitzgerald’s accomplishments, continue reading on MIT News.
Deborah Fitzgerald to step down as SHASS dean
December 3, 2014