Dr. Cindy Moseman
Dr. Cindy Moseman joined the Family and Consumer Sciences Department in 1988 to teach courses in Child and Family Studies. She served as department chair for the last 9 years and played an active role in the development and implementation of the Gerontology certificate and minor. She completed two terms as a Faculty Senator. Cindy was twice selected by students as Outstanding Female Faculty of the Year and has received the Academic Mentor Award. Since 2006 Cindy has been a campus leader in assessment. Cindy became Assistant Dean in the College of Arts and Sciences as of summer, 2013. As part of her role as Assistant Dean, she serves as CAS Assessment Coordinator, Coordinator of the Multidisciplinary Studies major, and Director of the AU Intelligence Program at ATIC.
Since the Multidisciplinary Studies major encompasses all the offerings in the various departments and programs of the University, all faculty members of these varied departments and programs are related to MDS. MDS students may approach any Ashland University faculty member who works in his or her field of interest with a request to serve as faculty adviser. Similarly, MDS students may take courses with any faculty member from any department of the University.
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The B.A. or B.S. degree in Multidisciplinary Studies (MDS) is an individualized degree which allows students flexibility in designing degree programs that relate to their personal, educational and career goals. This degree program will provide a path to achieve baccalaureate... Read More