Vice Presidential Search

Dr. Lisa Schlotterhausen named new Vice President

Lamar Community College has named Dr. Lisa Schlotterhausen as the next Vice President for Academic and Student Services.  Dr. Schlotterhausen, who is currently serving as the Interim Dean of Academic Affairs at Riverland Community College in Austin, Minnesota, will assume her role at LCC on April 16, 2018.

“Each of our finalists was outstanding,” said Dr. Linda Lujan, President of Lamar Community College. “What stood out to me were Lisa’s experiences, especially in the areas of accreditation, institutional research, strategic planning, and resource development, which will all enhance LCC’s successes with students and our communities.”

Dr. Schlotterhausen has served more than ten years as a dean in community colleges in the Minnesota State System. Her current college, Riverland Community College, is similar to LCC in that it is a smaller rural institution with residence halls and athletics.

In her time at Riverland, Dr. Schlotterhausen assisted in the creation of a new Center for Agriculture and Food Science Technology. She was instrumental in aligning the Student Success Center with academics to better serve students. She also has strong experience with concurrent enrollment, competency-based curriculum, and developing programs to meet the needs of adult learners.

Dr. Schlotterhausen brings great depth to the Vice President position.  Her prior experience includes serving as the Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning at Century College, White Bear Lake in Minnesota; the Dean of Institutional Effectiveness at North Hennepin Community College, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota; Academic, International, and Financial Aid Advisor at North Hennepin Community College; and International Student Advisor at Stony Brook University.

She is also an Academic Quality Improvement (AQIP) peer reviewer and has served as an accreditation liaison for the Higher Learning Commission.

Dr. Schlotterhausen has a Ph.D. in Anthropology from New York University, a M.Phil. in Anthropology from New York University; an M.A. in Anthropology from New York University; and a B.A. in Biology and Anthropology from Drew University.


LCC conducts search for new Vice President

With the retirement of Vice President Cheryl Sanchez, Lamar Community College recently conducted a search for her replacement, hosting finalists for the position of Vice President of Academic and Student Services on January 18 and 19, 2018.

In addition to campus tours, interviews with various groups on campus, and individual meetings with the college president, each candidate presented and answered questions at an open forum to which the college and community were invited.

Candidate Open Forums

Open forums were held on Thursday and Friday, January 18-19, in the Large Lecture Hall.  The forums were open to the public and all encouraged to attend.

Thursday, January 18

  • 1:30-2:30pm – Dr. Annessa Stagner Stulp
  • 2:30-3:30pm – Dr. Lisa Schlotterhausen

Friday, January 19

  • 1:30-2:30pm – Ms. Marjorie Price-Seeger
  • 2:30-3:30pm – Dr. Melvin Hawkins

Meet the Candidates for Vice President

Dr. Melvin Hawkins

Dr. Melvin Hawkins

Dr. Melvin Hawkins

Dr. Hawkins was most recently the Dean of the School of Business, Agriculture & Technical Studies at Laramie County Community College. Prior to that he was the Department Chair/Division Dean of Business and Public Service at Midlands Technical College, West Columbia South Carolina; a Full-time Instructor of Business and Public Service at Midlands Technical College; Human Resource Manager for the South Carolina Budget & Control Board.; and personnel officer for the U.S. Army, which culminated as Director of HRM and Legal School.

Dr. Hawkins has an Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership from Northcentral University; a Certificate in Graduate Studies, Higher Education Leadership from the University of South Carolina; an M.P.A. in Public Administration from Troy State University; and a B.S. in General Business from the University of the State of New York.

Ms. Marjorie Price-Seeger

Ms. Marjorie Price-Seeger

Ms. Marjorie Price-Seeger

Ms. Price-Seeger was most recently the Vice President of Instruction at Victoria College in Victoria Texas. Prior to that she was the Vice President of Academic Affairs at Dawson Community College in Glendive Montana; Associate Dean at Cascadia Community College in Bothwell, Washington; and Dean of Liberal Studies, Oxnard College in Oxnard, California. She has also served as a faculty member at Brigham Young University in Rexnard Idaho and Yavapai College in Prescott Arizona.

Ms. Price-Seeger is completing doctoral studies in Higher Education Administration at the University of Idaho; has an M.Ed. in Human Resources Training and Development from the University of Idaho; an M.A. in Organizational Communication from the University of Idaho; a B.S. in Business, Communication, and Technology from Southern Utah University; and U.S. Army Diploma in Armed Forces Radio and TV Service from the Defense Information School.

Dr. Lisa Schlotterhausen

Dr. Lisa Schlotterhousen

Dr. Lisa Schlotterhausen

Dr. Schlotterhausen is the Interim Dean of Academic Affairs at Riverland Community College, Austin Minnesota. Prior to that she was the Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning at Century College, White Bear Lake in Minnesota; the Dean of Institutional Effectiveness at North Hennepin Community College, Brooklyn Park Minnesota; Academic, International, and Financial Aid Advisor at North Hennepin Community College; and International Student Advisor at Stony Brook University. She has also served as an accreditation liaison for the Higher Learning Commission.

Dr. Schlotterhausen has a Ph.D. in Anthropology from New York University, a M.Phil. in Anthropology from New York University; an M.A. in Anthropology from New York University; and a B.A. in Biology and Anthropology from Drew University.

Dr. Annessa Stagner

Dr. Annessa Stagner StulpDr. Annessa Stagner Stulp

Dr. Stagner Stulp is the Dean of Academic Services at Lamar Community College. Prior to that she was a Visiting Assistant Professor & Pedagogical Fellow at University California, Irvine; an Instructional Development Associate at the Teaching, Learning & Technology Center at UC, Irvine; an Instructor in the Teaching Development Program at the Teaching, Learning & Technology Center UC, Irvine; a Writing Consultant & Program Manager at the Graduate Resource Center, UC, Irvine; and an Instructor in the Department of History at UC, Irvine.

Dr. Stagner Stulp has a Ph.D. in History from the University of California, Irvine; an M.A. in History from Ohio University; and a B.A. from West Texas A&M.