Dr. Mark Reger To Soon Transition Into Teaching Full-Time

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Dr. Mark Reger will soon set aside his position as Limestone’s Dean of Faculty and will then begin teaching at the College full time.

Since coming to Limestone over 10 years ago, Reger has held his position as Dean of Faculty while also teaching a small number of classes each semester. As the Dean of Faulty/Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, he oversees all faculty matters, while also working with curriculum, program development, student issues related to courses, grade appeals, and more.

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University Status Coming To Limestone In 2020

The “Drive To University” is officially underway at Limestone College. Unanimous approval was recently given by the Board of Trustees for Limestone to begin taking steps to move to the status of a university by the fall of 2020, which coincides with the liberal arts institution’s 175th anniversary.

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Dr. Mark Reger will soon set aside his position as Limestone’s Dean of Faculty and will then begin teaching at the College full time. Since coming to Limestone over 10 years ago, Reger has held his position as Dean of Faculty while also teaching a small number of classes each semester. As the Dean of Faulty/Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, he oversees all faculty matters, while also working with curriculum, program development, student issues related to courses, grade appeals, and more. Once Reger leaves his Dean of Faculty role in December, he will become a full-time Professor within the Department of English and Foreign Languages. He expects to teach a combination of Day Campus and Online Program classes. Reger informed members of the faculty of his decision during a workshop held at the school during the afternoon of Thursday, Aug. 16. Limestone President Dr. Darrell Parker has announced that a national search will soon be underway to fill Reger’s position later this year. “By stepping away as Dean of Faculty, I will be able to fully commit my time and attention to my first love, which is teaching,” Reger explained. “My time at Limestone has been wonderful. I am not retiring, but simply ending one era and beginning another. It has been an honor to work for such a great place in Limestone College, and especially alongside (Vice President for Academic Affairs) Dr. Karen Gainey. The first 10 years have gone by so quickly. During my time here, I have truly never gone to work a single day – because it does not feel like work when you are a part of the environment at Limestone. I am looking forward to remaining a part of the Limestone family, but in a different capacity.”