Denise Runge named new UAA Community & Technical College dean

Following a national search, Denise Runge has been named the new dean of the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) Community & Technical College (CTC). She will join CTC on July 1, succeeding Bonnie Nygard, who has served as the college's interim dean since July 2014.

Denise Runge has been named the new dean of the UAA Community & Technical College.
Denise Runge, Ph.D.
"I am eager to join with our industry partners, faculty, staff, students and other CTC constituents to extend and expand upon the great work of the college," said Runge. "I am honored to continue building Alaska’s workforce together."

Runge comes to the Anchorage campus from Prince William Sound College (PWSC) in Valdez where she has been serving as the associate director of academic affairs and associate professor of business and public administration since July 2015.

Prior to coming to PWSC, Runge served as associate dean of academics at Helena College (formerly Helena College of Technology), a two-year college in the Montana University System offering certificates and degrees in career and technical education, as well as general transfer degrees.

Her background includes academic leadership experience as vice president of academic affairs at Oglethorpe University and dean of the College of Arts & Letters at the University of Southern Mississippi (USM). In addition, she taught at USM, as well as community colleges in Georgia and Alabama.

Runge brings considerable experience in the areas of fundraising, community and industry partnership building and leading during organizational change. She holds a Ph.D. in political science with an emphasis in public policy and administration from the University of Alabama.

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