The University of Alabama Faculty Senate has elected three new officers for the 2018-2019 school year.
The new officers began their roles April 1.
Donahoe is a professor of geological sciences who became a UA faculty member in January 1984 after completing a doctorate in geochemistry at Stanford University. She is a low-temperature aqueous geochemist, specializing in environmental geochemistry.
She has been a member of the UA Faculty Senate for more than 25 years, previously serving as parliamentarian, secretary and vice president. She also served as co-chair of the senate’s financial affairs committee and the governance committee.
Greer is a clinical professor in the Culverhouse College of Business where she teaches business communication and data visualization.
She has been a senator for the college since 2013. Greer also serves on the Faculty Senate academic affairs sub-committee where she served as co-chair for two years. She has also served on the Faculty Senate IT and strategic communications committee and on a number of ad hoc committees.
She has a doctorate in English and a master’s of library and information science from UA.
Dahlbach is an associate professor with University Libraries and has worked at UA since 1995. Her area of emphasis is bibliometrics.
She has been a senator for University Libraries since 2016.
She has served on the Faculty Senate IT and strategic communications committee, serving as co-chair for 2017-18. In addition, she has been the Faculty Senate representative on the University’s Campus Master Plan Committee since 2017.
She has a master’s degree in political science and library sciences from UA.
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