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Student Services
Kimberly A. Grieve,
Ph.D.,
was named dean of students at
USD in July 2012. Grieve most
recently served as assistant vice
president and dean of students and
retention at Lourdes University in
Sylvania, Ohio.
She is very active in the
community, serving on several
boards, and is a member of the Association on Higher Education
and Disability as well as the Student Affairs Administrators in
Higher Education. Grieve received a Ph.D. in leadership in
higher education and a master’s degree in education from the
University of Toledo and a bachelor of arts degree in education
fromMichigan State University.
Institutional Diversity
Jesús Treviño,
Ph.D., has
joined USD as associate vice
president for diversity. As the
senior diversity officer, Treviño
is responsible for ensuring that
USD practices diversity and
inclusiveness throughout every
aspect of the institution.
Treviño earned both a
Ph.D. and master’s degree in education fromUCLA. He
also earned a master’s degree in language and international
business and a bachelor’s degree in social work from Eastern
Michigan University.
Prior to coming to USD, Treviño was associate provost
for multicultural excellence and clinical associate professor in
education at the University of Denver. Treviño also served from
1992 to 2002 as assistant dean for cultural diversity and director
of the Intergroup Relations Center at Arizona State University.
AROUND CAMPUS
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National Music Museum
USD has selected
Cleveland T.
Johnson,
Ph.D., as the director
of the National Music Museum
(NMM). Johnson joined the
NMM on Nov. 1.
He recently stepped down as
executive director of the Thomas J.
Watson Fellowship at the Thomas
J. Watson Foundation in New York City. He served in that post
while on leave as professor of music at DePauw University in
Greencastle, Ind., where he also served as dean of the School
of Music.
Johnson holds a Ph.D. in music from Oxford University
and a B.M. with a double major in music history and organ
performance from the Oberlin College Conservatory of
Music, Ohio.
Johnson takes the reins from Margaret (Peggy) Downie
Banks, Ph.D., the museum’s senior curator, who has been
interim director since March 2011, when founding director
André Larson retired after 39 years.
Marketing, Enrollment
& Student Services
Tena Haraldson
has been
named director of marketing
communications and media
relations for the University of
South Dakota. In this capacity,
Haraldson will oversee all of
USD’s marketing efforts.
Haraldson formerly served
as Associated Press (AP) chief of bureau for North Dakota,
South Dakota and Nebraska. Her 35-year career with the AP
included state government and political reporting, as well
as developing and managing AP staff and news coverage in
six bureaus. Since 2000, Haraldson has served on working
groups appointed by the South Dakota attorney general and
the South Dakota Supreme Court to increase citizen access to
government meetings, records and courts.
In 2012, she received a Distinguished Service Award
from the First Amendment Committee of the South Dakota
Newspaper Association for her work promoting the First
Amendment and open government.
Haraldson is a 1976 graduate of South Dakota State
University with a B.S. in science writing journalism. She was
named a distinguished alumna of both the SDSU journalism
department and the university.
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