In its November meeting, the Board of Trustees for The Ohio State University acted to extend the term of a temporary appointment at the Mansfield campus.
The appointment of Eric Anderman, interim dean and director of The Ohio State University at Mansfield, was changed to run from July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2024, or until a new dean is appointed.
In August, Anderman was appointed to replace Norman Jones, who recently became Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education for all of The Ohio State University. His initial appointment lasted until May 2023.
When first appointed, Anderman was asked about his favorite part about Ohio State Mansfield. He said:
“The people…I mean that sincerely. I am impressed everyday with the enthusiasm everyone has, and the love of this campus.”
Anderman grew up in New York City and the surrounding suburbs. After completing his PhD in Educational Psychology at the University of Michigan, he went on to serve as faculty at University of Kentucky from 1994-2007. Since coming to The Ohio State University in 2007, Anderman has also served in administrative roles for 10 years.
With many academic and community-based initiatives upcoming, Anderman added,
“The future is very bright. I see so many opportunities for growth already, and each day I am learning more and more about the possibilities.”
Source, Photo: OSU