Martin Iguchi finishes service as NHS Dean

In an email sent on July 28, President John DeGioia and Executive Vice President for Health Sciences Howard Federoff informed the Georgetown University community that Martin Iguchi would conclude his time as dean of the School of Nursing and Health Studies on August 1. Patricia Cloonan, chair of the NHS’ Department of Health Systems Administration, will serve as interim dean until another is chosen.

Iguchi will stay at Georgetown as a full-time faculty member and will continue his independent research.

In their email, DeGioia and Federoff commended Iguchi for his expansion of the NHS student body via its online master’s program, which serves over 900 students.

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One Comment on “Martin Iguchi finishes service as NHS Dean

  1. The NHS is a hot mess. There is definitely some politics going on behind this.

    For instance the massive budget cuts and faculty downsizing that resulted from the lost income from all those hsci seniors graduating early last year. Federoff is mad with power and everyone knows it. This is what, their fourth dean in five years?

    Also the NHS is impossible to get tenure in because it neither has money nor grad students for research. Everyone who gets tenure either publishes in policy research or educational journals. Just look at the Theos scandal.

    Tldr, there is no leadership in the NHS. Get it together people.

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