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New Dean for Continuing Education

Lee J. Glines has been appointed dean of the BYU Division of Continuing Education effective July 1, 2014. He replaces Wayne J. Lott who is retiring after serving for 40 years at BYU, six years as dean.

Glines brings 32 years of work in adult and continuing education administration to the position of dean. He has been serving for the past four years as an associate dean in Continuing Education. From 1996-2010, he worked as director of the BYU Salt Lake Center. Prior to that, he has worked as an assistant director in the Department of Independent Study. Glines began working at BYU in 1981, as registrar and bookstore manager at the BYU Salt Lake Center.

He has also served in various leadership capacities for both the Association for Continuing Higher Education and the University and Professional Continuing Education Association.

Glines has three degrees from BYU: a bachelor’s in University Studies, master’s in Public Management and Ph.D. in Family Studies.

Dean Lott is retiring from BYU after 40 years of service to the university, both as an administrator and faculty member. Before coming to BYU, Lott worked in military and aerospace human factors engineering at McDonnell Douglas Astronautics in St Louis.Lott has a PhD in Social Psychology from BYU.

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