New Assistant Dean of Admissions Appointed to Law School
September 9, 2009 — Dean Roger Dennis was pleased to announce the appointment of Isabel DiSciullo as the assistant dean of admissions for the Earle Mack School of Law.
Dean DiSciullo joins the law school from Johnson C. Smith University in North Carolina, where she was the director of undergraduate admissions. Previously, she held positions as the director of admission at University of South Carolina School of Law and associate director of admission at Northeastern University School of Law.
“It feels like coming home to me, in terms of coming back to the law school community,” Dean DiSciullo said.
Citing the Earle Mack School of Law’s focus on experiential learning, she’s excited by the prospect of effecting change in legal education.
“I look forward to being part of making the Earle Mack School of Law what it’s going to be known for in the future,” Dean DiSciullo said.
As part of her admissions philosophy, she holds a firm belief that “education and its access ought to be level fields, and that every prospective student, regardless of race, social or economic backgrounds, has the potential to succeed, if given the opportunity.”
Dean DiSciullo received a B.S. from Bentley College, in Waltham, Mass., and an M.S. in Leadership in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University in Boston.
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