Dr. Timothy O. Ireland
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
A professor in NU’s department of criminology and criminal justice since 1996, Dr. Ireland earned a B.S. (English literature) from St. Bonaventure University, an M.S. (criminal justice) from Northeastern University and a Ph.D. (criminal justice) from SUNY Albany. He was named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in April 2013.
Dr. Ireland’s research interests are diverse. For a number of years, he has been affiliated with a longitudinal research project (The Rochester Youth Development Study), which has allowed him to explore the causes and consequences of exposure to family violence. He recently finished work as a co-principle investigator on a National Institute of Drug Abuse grant. An article Dr. Ireland coauthored on intergenerational continuities and discontinuities in intimate partner violence was selected as one of the 10 best violence research publications of 2011 by the Psychology of Violence multidisciplinary research journal.
Dr. Henrik Borgstrom
Dr. John P. Sauter, Jr.
Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs
Dr. Sauter works closely with students and faculty regarding advisement, graduation requirements, transfer credit, academic support, and the A&S website. He is available to talk to students and faculty about any academic or advisement issue. Dr. Sauter also advises the General Studies A.A. and counsels students interested in careers in Higher Education and Student Affairs.
Kathy works as the administrative coordinator with faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences regarding payroll, independent studies, budget and any day-to-day issues that arise. Kathy also assists the director of the university honors program. Kathy received a B.A. in sociology from Niagara University.
Student Outreach Coordinator
Elizabeth assists students and faculty who contact the office. She provides outreach to students with various academic and advising issues, offers support to A&S students and assists with other projects in the office. She is an NU alumna, and holds a master's degree in mental health counseling.
Ann provides support to the dean and assistant deans and schedules their appointments. Ann assists students and faculty who phone or visit the office, maintains student files and databases, and arranges annual events.