New JMC dean suggestion | MSUToday

Michigan State University Provost Teresa K. Woodruff, Ph.D., is recommending Cameron G. Thies as the future dean of James Madison College or university. The appointment will be productive July 1, 2021, pending acceptance by the Michigan Condition University Board of Trustees.

 

An completed scholar and seasoned administrator, Dr. Thies steps into this decanal function with the capabilities and experience necessary to uphold and progress the track record for academic excellence embodied by the James Madison Faculty community of scholars,” Woodruff reported. “Throughout the job interview process he demonstrated an amazing awareness of JMC, as very well as the demonstrable benefit he spots in the higher education.”

 

Thies now serves as a professor of international relations in the School of Politics and International Scientific tests at Arizona State College, in which he also served as director of ASU’s Faculty of Politics and World-wide Studies from 2013-2020. Prior to that, he served as chairperson of the Section of Political Science at College of Iowa from 2010-2013. His exploration pursuits contain international policy investigation, interstate and civil conflict, worldwide trade and worldwide relations principle. He has revealed in a wide range of large-profile journals, and his guides have been printed by esteemed university presses. He is the previous founding co-editor-in-main of Political Science Investigate and Methods and editor-in-chief of Foreign Policy Assessment. 

 

Recognition of Thies’ scholarly achievements include things like the Ladd Hollist Service Award (2013) the Overseas Policy Investigation Distinguished Scholar Award (2016) the Quincy Wright Distinguished Scholar Award (2017) and the Ole R. Holsti Distinguished Scholar Award (2020), all conferred by the Intercontinental Scientific studies Affiliation. He also served as president of the Intercontinental Scientific studies Affiliation (2019-20). He gained his Ph.D. in political science at Arizona Point out University and both his M.A. in political science and B.S. in company administration at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

 

“I am honored and thrilled to be signing up for James Madison School and Michigan State College,” claimed Thies. “JMC’s aim on educating pupils in general public affairs is crucial through these challenging periods for our democracy. As I phase into this management role, my intention and aspirations are to further more increase the incredible function of the college’s school and staff as they help change today’s college students into tomorrow’s leaders — within local communities, in Michigan, across the nation and further than.”

 

James Madison School was developed in 1967 “with a vision of making a household faculty merging the most effective attributes of a tiny school with an undergraduate education and learning, concentrating on general public affairs and firmly rooted in liberal arts.” Considering that then, JMC has been a chief in public affairs education and learning, in which college students and college share a popular objective of addressing and inspecting the significant political, lawful, social and economic challenges influencing our earth.

 

Linda Racioppi presently serves as interim dean of James Madison Higher education. She succeeded Sherman Garnett, who served as dean for two decades.

 

“Interim dean Racioppi has served her faculty with difference throughout the COVID-19 disaster and a calendar year of unprecedented problem,” Woodruff stated. “We are grateful for her commendable work on behalf of James Madison Higher education in the course of this time of changeover.”