Angie Wolfe, who has spent much of her career working with and advocating for college students, has been promoted to new associate dean of student affairs and experiential learning at Pitt–Bradford. Tony Gaskew, professor of criminal justice, has been named the associate dean of academic affairs at Bradford.
Wolfe’s previous work at Pitt-Bradford includes serving as the director of leadership learning, service and advocacy and as the director of community engagement and the Harriett B. Wick Chapel. She also coordinated the Pitt-Bradford Academic Coaching and Tutoring Center.
She will continue as an active instructor in the Pitt-Bradford Freshmen Seminar Program, an instructor of yoga, and a weekly campus mindfulness meditation facilitator. She holds Master of Science in Education in community counseling from St. Bonaventure University and a Bachelor of Science in German and acting performance from Augustana College and Universität Passau.
In his role as associate dean, Gaskew will provide senior leadership in all matters related to the course curricula, which includes the scheduling of classes and instructor assignments, curriculum compliance, course evaluations, division and program reviews, and the development of new degree programs.
Gaskew has served as a faculty member at Pitt-Bradford since 2006. He is a Fulbright Hays Scholar, and has conducted critical ethnographic research in Africa and the Palestinian Territories.