Cuesta College chooses Deborah Wulff to be VP of academic affairs

acornejo@thetribunenews.comMay 23, 2013 

A bird's-eye view of Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo.


Deborah Wulff has been named the assistant superintendent/vice president of academic affairs at Cuesta College.

Wulff, who has held that post on interim basis since July 2012, was selected by Superintendent Gil Stork after being identified as one of three final candidates for the job.

Wulff, also the college’s accreditation liaison officer, has been credited with leading the college’s efforts to successfully retain its accreditation after years of struggle.

Stork will recommend Wulff be hired to the job at the June 5 Board of Trustees meeting.

“You will not find anyone more committed to Cuesta College than Deborah Wulff,” Stork said in a statement. “She exemplifies the type of leader Cuesta needs to create the best learning experiences for our students. She has demonstrated strong leadership in leading Cuesta’s efforts in accreditation compliance and earned the respect of her colleagues and the community.”

Wulff has worked in community colleges and universities as a faculty member and administrator for 25 years. Prior to serving as Cuesta's interim vice president of academic affairs and the accreditation liaison officer, she served as dean of biological sciences, physical sciences, math, nursing/allied health, kinesiology, health sciences, recreation and athletics since January 2008.

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