Meet the Graduate College Staff: Interdisciplinary Graduate Program Administration
Director, Professional Science Master's in Environmental Management
At OSU-Tulsa, we offer the Professional Science Master (PSM) in Environmental Management. The PSM program is designed to provide a springboard to industry-specific job opportunities through practical problem-solving. We are affiliated with the National Professional Science Master's Association (NPSMA).
Director, Interdisciplinary Toxicology
Dr. Pope graduated with a BS in Biology (1979) and MS in Comparative Physiology (1979) from Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, TX. He received the Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Toxicology from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston in 1985. Following a National Research Council postdoctoral associate position at the United States Environmental Protection Agency in Research Triangle, NC (1986-1989) he was Assistant, Associate and full Professor at Northeast Louisiana University College of Pharmacy, where he served as head of the Division of Toxicology and director of the BS Toxicology program. After joining CVM in late 1999 as the first Sitlington Chair in Toxicology, he served as head of the Physiological Sciences Department from 2006-2012, and is currently the director of the OSU Interdisciplinary Toxicology Program.
General Program Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Studies
Dr. Self is an associate professor in workforce and adult education in the School of Teaching, Learning and Educational Sciences. She is the College representative for the Late Withdraw Committee and Tuition Appeals Committee.
Environmental Science Graduate Program Director
Interim Director, Master of Public Health Program
Dr. Van Delinder joined the Graduate College in summer 2010. Her responsibilities include matriculation through graduation oversight; disciplinary and interdisciplinary degree program development and monitoring; and student issues and concerns. Dr. Van Delinder is also a professor in the Department of Sociology. Her research develops systemic approaches to increase the representation and advancement of women and minorities in STEM. She is also recognized for her work on gender and social justice.