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New architecture dean selected
By Margaret Behm
Staff writer
The UNL architecture college will
have a new dean starting this summer.
Selecting a dean was difficult
because more than one applicant in die
national search was exceptional, said
Brito Mutunayagam, interim dean.
“We had three outstanding candi
dates who were recommended to the
senior vice chancellor (for academic
affairs),” he said.
After an extensive evaluation of the
three candidates, Robert Wayne
Drummond, who has been the architec
ture dean at two universities, was
Drummond could not be reached
for comment.
Mutunayagam said Drummond
will be a good addition to the college.
“I think he will be an absolutely
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outstanding dean,” he said. “For
Nebraska to have gotten him speaks
very well for the university’s commit
ment to excellence.”
Drummond is a former dean of
architecture at the University of
Florida, and before that he was the dean
of architecture at Texas Tech University.
Cecil Steward, former dean of the
College of Architecture, retired in
December after 26 years. He continues
to work part time for the university.
Steward said he was satisfied with
the selection of Drummond as the new
Drummond was a good choice
because he is qualified as an educator
and as a working architect, Steward
“Because we have a very strong
architecture practice in Nebraska,” he
said, “it was very important that we
picked someone who knew architecture
practice as well as architecture educa
Drummond is also well-known,
Steward said.
“People know him and respect
him,” he said. “I think he’ll bring new
ideas and new contacts to the school.”
Though Steward retired in
December, Drummond will not take
over until July 1.
Mutunayagam said that he would
have preferred to have hired a new dean
immediately. But the selection process
took time, he said.
“In an ideal world, someone would
have been in there the day after
(Steward) left,” he said. “However, all
things don’t work ideally.”
Mutunayagam said he was more
concerned with finding the perfect
dean than the amount of time the search
“Even if it had taken six more
months,” he said, “Drummond was
worth waiting for.”
Students participate in LeaderShape
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LeaderShape was started for indi
vidual campuses in the mid-’90s.
UNL’s first LeaderShape was held in
1997 after Vice Chancellor for
Student Affairs James Griesen heard
about it, Baack said. UNL’s
LeaderShape administrator is
Marilyn Bugenhagen, the director of
Student Involvement.
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dance is paid by university depart
ments. About 55 to 60 UNL students
usually come to LeaderShape; this
year’s LeaderShape included two stu
dents from Alcorn State University in
Mississippi.The two students partici
pate in an exchange program between
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