CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky. — Thomas More University Provost Molly Smith announced Joe Christensen will serve as dean of the College of Natural & Health Sciences and Kimberly Haverkos as dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
Christensen and Haverkos will assume duties on June 16, joining Bruce Rosenthal, dean of the College of Business, who also begins his tenure as dean at Thomas More University on that date.
Christensen is a tenured associate professor of physics and most recently served as chair of the Department of Mathematics and Physics. He has also served on a variety of committees and led the significant task of revising the Faculty Constitution and the Faculty Policy Manual. Christensen earned his bachelor’s degree in physics and mathematics at Bradley University and his doctorate in physics at the University of Kentucky.
Haverkos is a tenured associate professor in the Department of Education and most recently served as interim dean of a college that included Education and Health Sciences. Haverkos has led several initiatives at Thomas More and served on numerous committees. Haverkos earned her bachelor’s degree in biology from Xavier University, her master’s in secondary education from the University of Cincinnati, and her doctorate in educational leadership from Miami (Ohio) University.