Tusk, the Ultimate Fleetwood Mac Tribute, will bring the band’s greatest hits to the stage of Trine University’s T. Furth Center for Performing Arts on Friday, Nov. 17.
Longtime faculty, staff members retire
July 29, 2019
Several longtime Trine University faculty and staff brought their full-time careers to a close this spring. Faculty were honored with professor emeritus rank at the Commencement Breakfast on May 4.
William Maddock, associate professor, Ketner School of Business
For some, retirement is a time to relax. Others, like retired professor and coach Bill Maddock, stay as busy as ever. Read more
Donald Jones, Ph.D., professor, Department of Humanities and Communication
Don Jones, Ph.D., had taught at nine other universities before arriving at Tri-State. The camaraderie he found here, as well as the university’s emphasis on teaching over research, convinced him to stay here. Read more
Majid Salim, Ph.D., associate professor, McKetta Department of Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering
When Majid Salim’s advisor for his Ph.D. program told him about a teaching opportunity in Angola, Salim told him he didn’t want to go overseas. Read more
Debra Ann Van Rie, Ph.D., professor, Department of Mathematics and Physics
For Deb Van Rie, Ph.D., Angola was a stop on the Indiana Toll Road between her home in Mishawaka and graduate school at Bowling Green State University. Read more
Randy White, vice president for student services
After a tenure that has seen sweeping changes to campus and explosive growth in the residential student body, Randy White has retired as vice president for student services at Trine University. Read more
Photo: From left, William Maddock, associate professor, Ketner School of Business; Donald Jones, Ph.D., Department of Humanities and Communication; Debra Van Rie, Ph.D., professor, Department of Mathematics and Physics; Majid Salim, Ph.D., associate professor, McKetta Department of Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering; and Randy White, vice president for student services.
Angola Main Street and Trine University are hosting the second annual Trine Fest on Thursday, Aug. 24, in downtown Angola.
Recognizing the dramatic growth of its online and international programs, Trine University has promoted Keirsten Eberts to the new role of vice president of online and international studies.