Denise G. Dallmann, N.D., M.S., has been named as Assistant Vice Provost for Workforce Capacity Development, effective Monday, June 5, 2023. This position reports to Executive Vice Provost David Robinson.
Dallmann earned her doctorate in naturopathic medicine from the National University of Natural Medicine, and her master of science in educational leadership and policy with a concentration in post-secondary, adult and continuing education and graduate certificate in student affairs from Portland State University. She has 20 years of experience in higher education including more than 15 years as a senior administrator.
Dallmann comes to OHSU from her role as Dean, Center for Teaching and Learning for the University of Western States (UWS), where she led the institution’s instructional support services, faculty development, instructional design, educational technology, and academic assessment initiatives. Prior to her role at UWS, Dallmann served as Chief Academic Officer for the American College of Healthcare Sciences, where she co-developed and administered the institution’s strategic plan, led the development and implementation of new degree programs, and successfully facilitated the institution through accreditation renewal.
In her role as Assistant Vice Provost, Dallmann will support the Office of the Provost in guiding and implementing the OHSU 30-30-30 initiatives. Dallman’s major responsibilities will be fulfilling the goals of 30-30-30 by working in concert with stakeholders.
OHSU looks forward to working with and welcoming Dallmann to the Provost’s Office.