The Deans’ Council represents the academic leadership of the institution. Membership is comprised of the Associate Provost, Deans of the respective Colleges; the University Registrar; and, one elected representative of the faculty. The Deans’ Council is chaired by the Provost/Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Meeting multiple times throughout the academic year, the Deans’ Council is charged with the responsibility of reviewing all academic programs and curriculum; appraising the academic condition of each program, including the assessment of student learning; oversight of the University’s liberal studies program; and, assuring the highest quality education that prepares students to succeed in their chosen disciplines.
Dean of the College of Health, Science, Technology & Mathematics
Chair, School of Athletic Training
Associate Professor of Athletic Training
Clinical Instructor Educator
Provost/Executive VP for Academic Affairs
Derek A. Holbert
Administrative Assistant, Provost & Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
Dean of the College of Medical Science, Director of the School of Physician Assistant Studies, Associate Professor of Physician Assistant Studies
Dr. Thomas Moore, EdD., DMSc, PA-C, is the Dean, College of Medical Science, Director, School of Physician Assistant Studies, and Associate Professor of Physician Assistant Studies. Dr. Moore is a graduate of the AB University PA Program with a Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies, and a Master of Medical Science degree in Surgery. He has also completed the West Virginia University School of Medicine, Emergency Medicine Certificate Program, graduated from Walden University with a Doctor of Education, and from the University of Lynchburg with a Doctor of Medical Science degree.
Dr. Moore’s areas of practice include Surgical Critical Care and Cardiothoracic Surgery. He is NCCPA certified and a member of the Society of Critical Care Medicine, American College of Chest Physicians, American Association for Anatomy, and the International Association of Medical Science Educators.
Emily Hypes Rosier
Emily Hypes Rosier received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Musical Arts from Alderson Broaddus in 2005. That same year, she married her college sweetheart, Joshua Rosier, an AB Alumnus. They now have two children, Noah and Willow. She started at AB in June 2007, working part-time in the Advancement Office as Music Schedule Coordinator and part-time in the Registrar’s Office as Administrative Assistant to the Registrar. In the fall of 2012, she moved to full-time in the Registrar’s Office as Assistant Registrar.
“My favorite thing about AB is the people and the community. Although many things have changed since my time as a student, it still feels like home.”