Kathleen Surina Grove, MA, JD

Kathleen Surina Grove, MA, JD

Director, Office for Women, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Kathleen S. Grove has been the Director of the IUPUI Office for Women since 2004 and is an associate faculty member in the Women’s Studies Program of the IU School of Liberal Arts, Indianapolis where she has taught the courses, “Women and the Law” and “Women’s Rights around the World.”

Kathleen holds a J.D. degree from Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis and a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis. Her Bachelor of Science degree in Speech is from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL.

Last updated by maeowen on 12/29/2011

Catherine Bonser-Neal

Catherine Bonser-Neal

Former Chair, Evening MBA Program, Kelley School of Business

Associate Professor of Finance

 

Catherine Bonser-Neal is an Associate Professor of Finance at the Kelley School of Business and former chair of the Evening MBA Program.  Her research focuses on international economics and finance, the impact of Federal Reserve policy, exchange rate behavior, and emerging markets.  Bonser-Neal helped design the Kelley School of Business's first Undergraduate study abroad program.  She has also served as a faculty mentor in IUPUI's Undergraduate Diversity Scholars Program.

Bonser-Neal has received several MBA teaching awards, including the Lilly MBA Teaching Excellence Award (2009) and the IU Trustee Teaching Award (2007).

 

Last updated by maeowen on 01/10/2012

Clare M. Assue, M.D.

Clare M. Assue, M.D.

Last updated by maeowen on 09/08/2012

Karen Kovacik

Karen Kovacik, Ph.D.

Director of Graduate Studies, Department of English

Professor of English

Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies

 

Karen Kovacik is a Professor of English and Director of Graduate Studies for the Department of English.  She also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies.  Kovacik's passion for creative writing led her to develop the Department of English's Creative Writing Program in 1999.  Kovacik has directed the program since its inception.  The Creative Writing Program has been highly successful, facilitating students' travel to national conferences and producing a number of award winning student works.  Kovacik also coordinates the department's Rufus Reiberg Reading Series, an initiative that brings poets and fiction writers to campus. 

Last updated by maeowen on 02/20/2015

Karen Kovacik

Karen Kovacik

Mary Dankoski

Mary Dankoski, PhD

Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development, IU School of Medicine

Lester D. Bibler Scholar and Associate Professor of Family Medicine

Vice Chair for Faculty and Academic Affairs, IU School of Medicine

 

Mary Dankoski is the Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development at the IU School of Medicine.  She is also the Lester D. Bibler Scholar and an Associate Professor of Family Medicine.  Dankoski co-chairs the IU School of Medicine Women's Advisory Council and is currently the Vice Chair for Faculty and Academic Affairs.  She served as interim co-chair of the Department of Family Medicine until April 2011.

Last updated by maeowen on 02/19/2015

Nan Bohan

Nan Bohan

Assistant Director, Office of Internal Community Development

Nan Bohan has been a long-time champion of IUPUI's civic engagement mission. During her nineteen years as Administrative Assistant to the Executive Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the Faculties, Bohan challenged administrators, faculty, and students to strengthen their commitment to community service. She has offered support to the Center for Service and Learning, the Center on Philanthropy, and International Affairs. She also worked with the Department of Athletics to create community involvement initiatives for student athletes. Bohan is a long-time volunteer at IUPUI campus events for United Way, Martin Luther King Day of Service, and the WESCO Partnership. Over the years, Bohan has been a major supporter of IUPUI's Senior Academy for retired staff members, working to keep the program alive.

Last updated by andjsmit on 01/09/2012

MaryEllen Bishop

MaryEllen (Kiley) Bishop

Trustee

Alumnae

MaryEllen (Kiley) Bishop was elected a member of the Board of Trustees of Indiana University in June 2010.  An alumnae of Indiana University (Bachelor of Science in Marketing, 1979) and the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law - Indianapolis (JD, 1982), Bishop has volunteered her time to many Indiana University and IUPUI projects and committees.

Last updated by maeowen on 01/10/2012

Gail Plater

Gail Plater

Assistant Dean of Development and External Affairs, School of Liberal Arts, 2002-2012

Gail Plater joined the School of Liberal Arts administration in 1997, following 15 years with the IU Foundation where she was among the first staff in the Indianapolis office and developed the first annual giving campaign for IUPUI.  While with the IU Foundation, she helped initiate the IUPUI Faculty/Staff Campus Campaign (now the Impact IUPUI Campaign) which has generated millions for IUPUI in its more than 20 year history and is the only campaign of its kind in the IU System.

Last updated by maeowen on 02/20/2015