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Industrial Technology

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Office Administration

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    Meet the Dean   

  
Dr. Susan Wyche, Dean
  
Business, Agriculture, Industry, Technology & Safety 
Dr. Susan Wyche, Division Dean for Business, Agriculture, Industry, Technology and Safety (BAITS) joins Shasta College from the University of Hawaii, where she was Director of the Grants Office for the Hawaii Community College System. Susan graduated from Shasta High School, and attended Shasta College as a student. She graduated with a B.A. from Pomona College and received her M.A. and Ph.D. in English from University of Washington. She taught at San Diego State University, and was tenured at both Washington State University and CSU Monterey Bay as a Professor of Human Communications. She also studied Landscape Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, and had her own business as a landscape designer and writer for ten years, before returning to the University of Hawaii (UH) as a Special Projects Coordinator, working on projects related to Agriculture, Food Manufacturing, Business, and Cybersecurity. In her seven years with UH, she developed over $35 million in nationally competitive grants for such agencies as the Department of Energy, Department of Labor, and National Science Foundation. As a community member, she founded one of the first sustainability neighborhood groups on Maui and has served on the board of both The Homeless Garden Project in Santa Cruz and and as the founding president of Grow Some Good, a nonprofit which designs and manages school garden projects on Maui. 
 

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 Division Office Located on Campus in Room 2208  
 
(530) 242-7560  
 
 

 
  
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