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Office of the Dean

Welcome to the Dean's Suite

Deborah L. Hedeen, Ph.D.

Deborah L. Hedeen, Ph.D.

Dean












Christina Linder

Christina Linder

Associate Dean












Cydney Pearce

Cydney Pearce

Assistant to the Dean for Public Relations/Events
Cydney Pearce is the Assistant to the Dean for Public Relations/Events in the College of Education. She previously served the College as the Director of Development from August 2011 to July 2013. A native of Helena, Arkansas, Cydney received her B.A. in political science in 1995 from Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi. She received her M.P.A in political science from Idaho State University in 1996. After graduation from ISU, she returned to Arkansas where she served as a senior aide to former U.S. Senator Blanche Lincoln. Cydney and her husband John, a Pocatello native and current Blackfoot High School Principal, are the parents of two sons.





Teresa Borrenpohl

Teresa Borrenpohl

Director of Development












Melissa Orgill

Melissa Orgill

Special Projects Coordinator












Carolin Glendenning

Carolin Glendenning

Office Specialist












Molly Hale

Molly Hale

Office Assistant
My name is Molly C. Hale and Pocatello, Idaho is my hometown. I still live at home with my mom. I have a lot of independence at home and in the community. I have two brothers, one sister, two nieces, and two nephews. I also have two dogs, one cat, and two birds. I have worked at the College of Education for seven years. The jobs I do are answering the phone, sorting and delivering the mail, filing, making copies, keeping the copy machine full of paper and ordering paper.

I volunteer at a hair salon and also volunteer at a school teaching fourth grade students how to knit on looms. Hobbies I enjoy doing are knitting, painting, exercising, swimming for Special Olympics, watching movies, and most of all reading for pleasure.


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