DePaul taps Benedetto for key post

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Dr. Corinne Benedetto has been named interim dean of DePaul University’s School for New Learning.

Benedetto joined the School for New Learning in 1998, previously serving as associate dean for operations and enrollment management and as associate dean of undergraduate programs. Last academic year, she also served as a member of the Office of the Provost’s SNL & Adult Learning Task Force.

“As a task force member, Corinne played a key role in developing pathways to address the ongoing evolution of adult higher education and how DePaul can continue to lead in this competitive field,” DePaul Provost Marten denBoer says. “I am grateful she will continue to contribute her expertise as interim dean for SNL.”

In her current role, Benedetto oversees the development and measurement of all SNL student progress, including retention, readmission and graduation initiatives. She leads the design of SNL’s undergraduate programs, as well as ongoing supervision of SNL’s corporate partnerships with Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Fifth Third Bank and the Fraternal Order of Police. Benedetto also has supervised the continuous improvement of online course design and delivery.

Article by Elizabeth Clements, Photo by Jamie Moncrief. Reprinted with permission from DePaul University Newsline. Copyright 2017. For full coverage, click here.)

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