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Newsmaker: AnnMarie LeBlanc

| Sunday, May 31, 2015, 11:39 p.m.
AnnMarie LeBlanc. Robert Morris University has named her to be dean of its School of Communications and Information Systems.
AnnMarie LeBlanc. Robert Morris University has named her to be dean of its School of Communications and Information Systems.

Noteworthy: Robert Morris University has named LeBlanc to be dean of its School of Communications and Information Systems

Age: 55

Neighborhood: Hudson, Ohio

Family: Husband, Doug Neitzel; stepson Grant Neitzel, 36, hydro-geologist in Duluth, Minn.; stepdaughter Beth Neitzel, 34, attorney in Washington; three dogs

Education: Bachelor of fine arts, 1982, Louisiana State University; master of studio arts, 1985, Purdue University; master of fine arts, 1991, Bowling Green State University

Occupation: Interim dean, College of Communication and Information, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio

Quote: “The five departments that comprise the School of Communications and Information Systems present a wealth of opportunity for the faculty and staff, for the students and personally for me. I anticipate engagement in the region, nationally and internationally. And, I'm interested in furthering relations with our alumni.”

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