New Dean for School of Health
Lori Koziol promoted to lead School of Health at Mohawk
Mohawk is pleased to announce that Lori Koziol has been appointed to Dean, School of Health. She has served as the Acting Dean since September 2016.
Lori joined Mohawk College in 1988 as a faculty member in the Medical Imaging Technology, Diagnostic Ultrasound program. In 2011, she was appointed Associate Dean, Part Time and Graduate Studies within Health Sciences, Community & Urban Studies, and in 2013 she was appointed Associate Dean, Medical Radiation Sciences & Allied Health.
Throughout her career, Lori has provided exceptional leadership to faculty, staff and students in her program areas. She has also been very successful at fostering academic excellence and promoting a culture of innovation within Mohawk’s School of Health.
Lori has a Bachelor of Applied Sciences, Medical Imaging from Charles Sturt University. She is also a graduate of Mohawk College with diplomas in Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound and Radiography.
Mohawk looks forward to Lori’s continued leadership in her new role as Dean. Lori transitioned into her new role earlier this summer.