CORVALLIS - Jeffrey A. McCubbin, a faculty member in the College of Health and Human Performance at Oregon State University since 1988, has been named associate dean of the college.
He succeeds Kathy Heath, who recently retired.
McCubbin's half-time administrative duties will allow him to continue his work in teaching and research, including his nationally recognized work in with Oregon State's Movement Studies in Disability Program. He has directed OSU's Special Physical and Motor Fitness Clinic and the university's Multiple Sclerosis Exercise Program. Both programs seek to improve the lives of people with disabilities through exercise and fitness.
As associate dean, McCubbin will work with undergraduate and graduate programs for the college, assist faculty with research proposals, and oversee curriculum and academic program development.