Merle Graybill has been named interim Ombuds for Ohio University for a one-year period. Graybill has worked for Ohio University since 1993, and currently serves as director of campus-community engagement in the College of Education. For more than 20 years, she was in private practice as a curriculum consultant and trainer in the areas of adult education, diversity, leadership, conflict resolution and management. Graybill earned her B.S. in Psychology from Union Institute and a M.Ed. in Educational Administration from Ohio University. She is also a licensed social worker. Elizabeth Graham, who has been the University Ombuds for the past six years, returns to her position as a professor in the School of Communication Studies. (OU Outlook; Athens Messenger; OU Profile.)
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