Carol M. Musil has been named interim dean of the Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. Musil is taking over for Mary E. Kerr whose term as dean ended in August.

Musil is a CWRU alumna and has been a faculty member for many years. She has also served as chair of the university’s faculty senate in the past. Now, she will serve as interim dean of the school of nursing for the 2018-19 academic year.

CWRU President Barbara R. Snyder tells CrainsCleveland.com, “Carol has demonstrated exceptional leadership in multiple roles at the university and Frances Payne Bolton. We deeply appreciate her willingness to contribute her talents and skills yet again to support the school during this time of transition.”

The School of Nursing is expected to begin its search for a new dean in September. In the meantime, the university and nursing faculty are pleased to welcome Musil into the position.

To learn more about Carol Musil and her new role as interim dean of the Case Western Reserve University School of Nursing, visit here.

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