Mark Kiselica M’85 Named Founding Dean of School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Cabrini College

Mark Kiselica M’85, a graduate alumnus of Bucknell University, was recently announced as the founding dean of the new School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Cabrini College, located in suburban Philadelphia. The college will change its name to Cabrini University on July 1 as it implements a new academic structure, which includes establishing four academic schools. Kiselica will come to Cabrini from Iona College, where he has been the provost and senior vice president for academic affairs and professor of psychology.

Kiselica holds a master’s degree in psychology from Bucknell, as well as a bachelor’s degree in psychology from St. Vincent College and a doctorate in counseling psychology from Penn State.

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