January 22, 2014

Texas A&M Appoints Faculty Ombuds

A new website for the Texas A&M Faculty Ombuds says that Clare Gill was appointed to the position in September 2013.  Gill is a professor of animal genomics and a member of the interdisciplinary programs in genetics and biotechnology.  A message from the Provost says that, "Dr. Gill’s primary responsibilities will be to raise and clarify issues and concerns, identify options and request assistance to informally resolve workplace conflicts."

Gill gradauted from Flinders University of South Australia and earned her PhD from the University of Adelaide.  Gill joined the Texas A&M faculty in 2001.  She succeeds Michael J. Benedik as the Faculty Ombuds.  (TAMU Faculty Ombuds, Profile.)

Related posts:  Texas A&M Faculty Ombuds Promoted [2009]; Faculty Ombuds Texas A&M Gets Promoted Out [2013].

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