Dr. Linda M. Fleming has been named Dean of Gannon’s College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences, effective July 1.
Fleming has been serving as the University’s interim provost and vice president for academic affairs and had served as an associate professor in the Gannon psychology department until her appointment as interim provost.
From 2008-11, she chaired Gannon’s department of psychology and counseling, providing leadership for 13 tenure-track faculty, two instructors and programs in psychology (undergraduate), community counseling (graduate) and counseling psychology (doctoral). Fleming also served as director of training for the University’s counseling psychology program. She joined the Gannon faculty in the 2000-01 Academic Year.
She earned a bachelor of fine arts degree in music from the California Institute of the Arts in 1985, a master’s degree in counseling psychology from the University of Connecticut in 1991 and a doctoral degree in counseling psychology from the University of Pittsburgh in 1998.
In addition to her faculty and administrative positions, Fleming also has extensive clinical experience as a therapist and psychologist.
Her professional affiliations include memberships in the American Psychological Association, the Western Pennsylvania Family Center and the Pennsylvania Psychological Association.