Dr. Angela Frey has been named associate dean of academic affairs in the College of Health Sciences. Frey, who joined the college in early September, succeeds Dr. Kim Halula, who retired in July 2022.
“Dr. Frey’s accomplishments as a scholar, teacher, and academic leader are impressive and we are excited to welcome her to our college,” said Dr. William Cullinan, dean of the College of Health Sciences. “We know that as she builds relationships with Marquette’s own excellent faculty and inspired students in her new role, she will help us to advance the great momentum the college has been experiencing.”
Frey received her doctorate in cellular biology from the University of Minnesota and comes to Marquette from Alverno College, where she was the executive director of the Center for Academic Excellence. In addition, Frey served as a professor of biology for 17 years and as Alverno’s STEM chair for 15 years; she was named to BizTimes’ list of Notable Women in STEM in March 2023.
“I’m so grateful for the opportunity to join a team already doing impressive things here in the College of Health Sciences at Marquette,” Frey says. “With the semester underway, I’m eager to dive into my new work and help our students and faculty achieve their highest academic and personal potential.”