NASAD Annual Meeting 2020: Elections, Appointments, Appreciation

November 2020


In light of national conditions due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the on-site aspects of the NASAD Annual Meeting scheduled for October 10–17, 2020 in Jacksonville, Florida were cancelled. We miss the opportunity to have connected in person but look forward with anticipation to welcoming and working with members and friends at the 2021 NASAD Annual Meeting in St. Louis, Missouri.


Subsequent to action by the Membership and the Board of Directors conducted via electronic means, we are pleased to announce the election, re-election, or appointment of the following individuals to office in NASAD:

Sally McRorie, Florida State University

Vice President
Greg Watts, University of North Texas

Secretary (Two-Year Term)
Grafton J. Nunes, Cleveland Institute of Art

Members, Board of Directors
Jeffrey Bellantoni, Winthrop University
Chris Garvin, University of South Florida

Chair, Commission on Accreditation
Matt Greenwell, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Members, Commission on Accreditation
Matthew Gaynor, Kansas State University
Carlyle Johnson, Tennessee State University
Jennifer Krantz, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design
Robert V. Robbins, Miami University 

Chair, Committee on Nominations
Eleanor Fuchs, Minneapolis College of Art and Design 

Members, Committee on Nominations
Marie Bukowski, Kent State University
Tsai Lu Liu, North Carolina State University

Member, Committee on Ethics
Charles E. Boone, College of DuPage


The Association wishes to express its deepest thanks to those individuals who completed terms of office and service as elected officials in 2020:

Jeffrey D. Nesin, School of Visual Arts

Secretary pro tempore
Jeffrey C. Pike, Washington University in St. Louis

Chair, Committee on Nominations
Arne Flaten, Purdue University

Members, Committee on Nominations
Nathaniel Allen, Alabama State University
Donna M. Meeks, Lamar University

NASAD is indebted to these exceptional individuals for their dedication and volunteer spirit, without which the Association’s work could not go forward.