Post University has announced the promotion of two administrative leaders. Director of Nursing Education Kimberly Nerud, Ph.D., will become the dean of American Sentinel College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and faculty member Michael Wolter, Ph.D., will now serve as the assistant dean of undergraduate programs in The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business.
Since joining Post, Nerud has leveraged her 20 years in nursing education to expand the university’s healthcare programs. She has been extremely active within the American Sentinel College of Nursing and Health Sciences, serving as program chair and mentor for the DNP nursing candidates. Prior to joining Post University, she served as the academic director of the RN-to-BSN program at the University of South Dakota and was an online instructor for Western Governors University (WGU). Nerud earned her Doctorate in Nursing from South Dakota State University.
Michael Wolter has spent the past five years at Post University teaching and inspiring students within The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business. In his new role as assistant dean, he will work directly with the school’s leadership to advance the quality of its undergraduate programming and course instruction. Prior to joining the Post University team, Wolter was an assistant dean and associate professor in the School of Business, Management, and Advanced Manufacturing at Goodwin University in East Hartford, Connecticut. He earned his Doctorate in Organization and Management from Capella University, his Master of Science in Organizational and his Bachelor of Science in Communication from Eastern Connecticut State University in Windham, Connecticut.
“We are pleased to celebrate the success of Kimberly and Michael as they take on greater leadership roles on our campus,” said Provost Elizabeth Johnson, Ph.D. “Both bring a depth of knowledge and experience to our team that will ultimately prepare our students for successful careers.”