City University of Seattle has appointed longtime staff members Tom Cary, Craig Schieber and Sue Seiber to key leadership positions. Cary and Schieber now serve as associate deans for the School of Management and Albright School of Education, respectively. Seiber assumes the role of academic location leader at the CityU of Seattle site in Bellevue to support Schieber.
Cary has been with the university for the past 13 years. He is a licensed attorney and received his law degree from the University of California Hastings College of the Law. Cary has taught on behalf of the School of Management in China, Singapore and Germany. During his tenure at CityU, he has served as senior faculty for Law and International Business, and program director for General Education. In addition to his new role as associate dean, Cary is the director of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Bachelor of Arts in Management programs.
Schieber joined CityU as a visiting instructor for the School of Education in 1999. He went onto become a senior faculty member and program director for the Bachelor of Arts in Education. He manages the university’s teacher certification programs, which includes undergraduate and graduate level degrees and special endorsements, as well as serving as associate dean. Schieber earned his education doctorate degree from Seattle Pacific University and was recognized nationally as a Distinguished Teacher by the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars.
Seiber began her CityU career as an adjunct instructor in the Master of Education program for Reading and Literacy. She advanced to a part-time position where she created a reading endorsement proposal for the Washington State Board of Education. In 2004, she joined the university as a full-time faculty member. In addition to her role of academic location leader, she will maintain her role as an endorsement programs manager and online lead for the School of Education. Seiber holds a Master of Education degree from Seattle Pacific University.
Both Cary and Schieber will continue to manage their current responsibilities in addition to working on overall curriculum and assessment for the university’s two schools. Seiber will focus on personnel supervision at the Bellevue site.