LeAnn Maupin, University Professor in the Vascular Technology program at Oregon Tech, has been appointed Dean of the College of Health, Arts and Sciences (HAS), effective July 1
LeAnn Maupin, University Professor in the Vascular Technology program at Oregon Tech, has been appointed Dean of the College of Health, Arts and Sciences (HAS), effective July 1. Maupin is currently the HAS college liaison.
Maupin, who holds a Master of Education in Education Administration and Supervision from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Medical Imaging Technology from Oregon Tech, is a registered technologist in radiography, a registered vascular technologist, and maintains licensure through the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging, Practice of Sonography.
“Professor Maupin brings new energy and extensive administrative experience to this position,” says Provost Brad Burda. “We’re excited to continue to work with her in this role.”
Maupin has served as the present College of Health, Arts and Sciences representative since the retirement of Larry Powers in 2013. Additionally, she works as Medical Imaging Department Chair and a Professor of Medical Imaging Technology and Vascular Technology at the university, while also aiding the community as a Vascular Technologist at the Cascade Vein Center in Klamath Falls.
Maupin’s experience includes shared governance, traditional and online learning, strategic planning, budgeting and fiscal management, program development and implementation, and faculty recruitment and professional development.
Maupin has been at Oregon Tech since 1997 and has spent 22 years in the field of Vascular Technology.
“In the past 17 years I have served in various roles within and outside of Oregon Tech: professor, program director, department chair, clinician, conference speaker, board member and executive committee member and most recently the representative for the HAS college in absence of a dean,” she says. “The roles and responsibilities I have been asked to carry out over the years have certainly built a solid foundation for stepping into a strong dean position.”