October 16, 2013

Washington & Jefferson College Ombuds Serves Student Body

Lori Galley was recently appointed to serve as the Ombudsperson for about 1,600 undergraduate students at the private liberal arts college in Washington, PA. According to the college's website, "The Office of the Ombudsperson at Washington & Jefferson College exists as a resource for students who need assistance as they work to address alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct, the Academic Honesty Policy, or other related community standards." In addition, the site states that the Ombudsperson practices to IOA standards. 

Galley is an associate professor in the Department of Economics and Business. She graduated from W&J, and then earned a master's at Carnegie Mellon University and a doctorate of business administration at Nova Southeastern University. (W&J Ombuds.)

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