Duquesne University Names Dean of Natural and Environmental Sciences

Dr. Philip Reeder

Duquesne University Names Dean of Natural and Environmental Sciences President Charles J. Dougherty has named Dr. Philip Reeder as the new dean of Duquesne’s Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences effective Monday, July 1. He will succeed Dr. David Seybert, who, after serving as dean of the Bayer School since 2002, has decided to return to scholarship and teaching full-time.

Reeder is chair of the Division of Environmental Science and Policy as well as an associate professor in the Department of Geography, Environment and Planning at the University of South Florida.

“To be part of an established school like the Bayer School, and to be selected to lead it into the future is truly exciting,” said Reeder. “The aspirations for the University, and the Bayer School, are very much in line with my perspectives on what makes a strong School of Natural and Environmental Sciences.”

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