Ron Loggins, Ph.D.
“I’m honored to serve as the Dean of the School of Science, Health, and Criminal Justice. Our school offers students several exciting and rigorous education options. With small class sizes and our focus on teaching, students get to work with experienced professors to develop skills using cutting edge equipment and facilities. The diversity of things you can learn in our school is extraordinary. Whether you are learning to collect evidence and solve a murder in our crime scene house, discover the stars in our planetarium, or exploring how exercise changes the human body in our human performance laboratory, you can be assured that you are gaining the skills you need to be successful in your career.”
About Dr. Loggins
Dr. Loggins began at Wayne State in 2008 teaching in the Life Sciences Department. He accepted the role of Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs in 2019. Previously he worked as an endangered and protected species biologist in Florida and California.
Ph.D., 2007 - University of North Dakota
M.S., 1997 - California State University, Chico
B.S., 1994 - California State University, Chico