UM hires new College of Health dean

The University of Montana has hired Dr. Matthew G. Fete as the next dean of its growing College of Health. He will start June 17.

Fete brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the role, serving most recently as a professor of pharmaceutical sciences at Chicago State University and dean of its College of Health Sciences and Pharmacy.

“I am extremely excited and honored by the opportunity to serve as the College of Health’s next dean,” Fete said. “I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to the University of Montana. The hospitality extended, the unified commitment to the mission and the University’s strong presence in Missoula heightened my enthusiasm for joining the community.”

Matthew Fete will become the next dean of the UM College of Health.

Tommy Martino, University of Montana

Fete received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and his Ph.D. in chemistry and biochemistry from the University of Colorado Boulder. He worked as a research scientist during his career, studying areas such as bacterial resistance, antipsychotic drugs and holographic storage.

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