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New Associate Deans Named for the College of Technology and Computer Science


GREENVILLE, N.C. -- Drs. Leslie Pagliari and Evelyn Brown have been named associate deans for the College of Technology and Computer Science.

Pagliari is coordinator of the distribution and logistics program in the Department of Technology Systems. She will focus on industry engagement and undergraduate education in her new role and is also leading the creation and implementation of the new career development program for the college.
She has published more than 15 journal articles and has more than 25 published conference proceedings and presentations. She is a board member of the North Carolina Council for Logistics Education. She is president of the Association of Operations Management and education chair for the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.

Brown is a faculty member in the Department of Engineering and will focus on research and graduate studies in her role as associate dean. Her research interests center on the application of industrial engineering tools to improve health care delivery.

She has served on numerous university committees, including the University Research Council, the TECS Recognition Ceremony Committee, the Engineering/Math Committee, and the Engineering Assessment Committee. She serves as co-chair of ECU’s Research and Creative Achievement Week Committee. She is a member of the American Society for Engineering Education, Society of Women Engineers, Institute of Industrial Engineers, and Society for Health Systems.

“I am extremely pleased to announce these appointments to our leadership team,” said David White, dean of the College of Technology and Computer Science.  “Leslie and Evelyn have and will continue to make great contributions to our department and college.”


This story appeared originally in the April 30, 2010 issue of Pieces of Eight. An archived version of that issue is available at