Four Pasco-Hernando Community college administrators have accepted new administrative positions. Photos are available on request.
Stanley Giannet, Ph.D., Provost, Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch, Wesley Chapel.
Stanley M. Giannet, Ph.D., former North Campus Provost, has been named provost of PHCC’s fifth full-service campus, Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch in Wesley Chapel. Giannet was the dean of arts and sciences prior to transitioning to the North Campus provost role. Prior to that, he served as dean of arts and letters and began his administrative experience as associate dean. Additionally, Giannet began as an adjunct instructor in 1992, transitioning to full-time psychology faculty in 1997. Giannet earned an AA from Thomas A. Edison State College, Trenton, N.J., a BA in psychology from Regents College, University of the State of NY, Albany, N.Y., and Master of Psychology from the Universidad Inca Garcilaso de la Vega in Lima, Peru. He holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Walden University, Minneapolis, Minn., and completed postdoctoral training in psycho-immunology at University of South Florida College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, where he also held an affiliate assistant professor post. Giannet holds a graduate certificate in theology from the Australian Catholic University and professional certificates in human resource management and information systems management from the University of Cambridge (UK). A resident of New Port Richey and a book author, he has published Love is Stronger Than Death: Encountering Our Struggle with Grief, and The Dysfunctional Relationship Manual: A Checklist and Workbook.
Bonnie Clark, Ed.D., Provost, Spring Hill Campus
Bonnie Clark, Ed.D., former associate provost of the Spring Hill Campus, has been promoted to provost of the Spring Hill Campus. Clark has held several administrative positions at the College and most recently served as PHCC’s dean of arts and sciences from 2006 to 2010. A native of Pennsylvania, she previously served in several administrative positions at Mercyhurst College (now Mercyhurst University), Erie, Pa. Prior to coming to PHCC, she served as director of admissions and counseling at Polk Community College (now Polk State College). She earned a BA in psychology at Mercyhurst College, Erie, Pa., an MS in counseling psychology from Gannon University, Erie, Pa., and was recently awarded a doctorate in education from the University of South Florida. Clark is on the board of directors of the Hernando County Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill. She also serves on the board of directors of the Early Learning Coalition of Pasco Hernando. Clark resides in Lutz.
Donna Burdzinski, Associate Provost, North Campus
Donna Burdzinski, former dean of student enrollment and retention, has been named associate provost of the North Campus. A native of Indiana, Burdzinski earned a BA and an MS at Purdue University. She currently is a doctoral candidate in higher education leadership at the University of South Florida, with plans to graduate in spring, 2014. Since 1997, she has held several administrative positions, including assistant dean of student development at North Campus before becoming the college wide associate dean and in 2011, dean of student enrollment and retention. She served on the state-wide Council on Student Affairs since 2007, and is a member of the Hernando County Chamber of Commerce and the Hernando-Pasco Nature Coast Consortium. Burdzinski resides in Hudson.
Bob Bade, Dean of Student Development and Enrollment Management
Bob Bade, has been named dean of student development and enrollment management. Bade accepted his first position at PHCC in 1990, serving as admissions specialist and academic planner and then as coordinator of student activities. Since 2007, Bade served as associate dean of student activities and engagement. Bade earned his BA in psychology at Eckerd College and his MA in psychology at John F. Kennedy University, Pleasant Hill, Calif., and an education specialist degree from Saint Leo University. Currently a doctoral student at Liberty University, Lynchburg, Va., Bade’s awards include: Association of Florida Colleges Student Development Exemplary Practice Award for the Welcome & Engagement (WE Team) Retention Program; statewide award for the Bob Graham Distinguished Service Award; Distinguished Service awards from student government associations; and the 2012 Pasco-Hernando Community College Presidential Cup Award—the highest honor an employee can receive at the College. Most recently, Bade was selected for induction in the 2013 Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA) Hall of Fame. Bade is a member of the Seven Springs Rotary Club and lives in New Port Richey.