May 6, 2019

Sadlek Says Farewell

By Doug Turrington

Dean Sadlek will step down at the end of June, handing over the reins to current Cleveland State professor, Dr. Allyson Robichaud.

Dean Gregory Sadlek joined Cleveland State University in July 2005 as the dean of the then brand-new College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) after spending 16 years as a faculty member within the English department at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

During his time at Cleveland Sate, he helped build and connect the college in many ways.
Events like Ways of Knowing allow professors returning from sabbatical to present their work to people across the university.

He also helped develop the sense of community by adding things like the Edge lounge in Berkman Hall, since the programs within CLASS are scattered over multiple buildings.

The Cleveland Stater sat down with Sadlek to discuss his life before Cleveland State, his most meaningful accomplishments at the university and more about his time as dean, including the people who helped him along the way.

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