|For Immediate Release
July 15, 1999
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IU Northwest Arts and Sciences Division
Patricia Lorimer Lundberg of Miller Beach was recently named dean of the Indiana University NorthwestDivision of Arts and Sciences. The interim position began July 1 and includes overall management of the departments of anthropology, biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, communication, computer information systems, fine arts, performing arts, English, geosciences, history, mathematics, minority studies, modern languages, comparative literature, linguistics, philosophy, psychology, sociology and women's studies.
Lundberg came to IU Northwest in 1989 and has served as associate dean of arts and sciences, director of the women’s studies program, and as associate professor of English and women’s studies. She also is on the faculty of the Indiana University Graduate School.
Prior to coming to IU Northwest, Lundberg served as an instructor, dissertation fellow and research assistant at Loyola University of Chicago - and as a consultant for Tuft Associates, an executive and professional search firm. She has also served in several positions at the American Society of Clinical Pathologists in the educational products division, including vice president and deputy director.
Lundberg has a Ph.D. and a MA from Loyola University of Chicago, as well as a BA, Summa Cum Laude, from Loyola. Her post-doctoral work includes courses at the Harvard Leadership Institute for Higher Education and the AACU Leadership and American Pluralism Institute.
Professional memberships include the Modern Language Association, National Women’s Studies Association, Newberry Library Feminist Criticism Group, Midwest Victorian Studies Association, Midwest Modern Language Association, South Atlantic Modern Language Association, National Conference of Teachers of English, Alpha Sigma Nu and the American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies.