Campus honors Greenwell’s involvement at SF State

Outgoing Dean of Students Joseph Greenwall hugs Tina Marie Rossi, the aquatic fitness and wellness coordinator, at a farewell event in his honor in Jack Adams Hall in the Cesar Chavez Center at SF State Tuesday, April 22. Photo by Rachel Aston / XpressOutgoing Dean of Students Joseph Greenwall hugs Tina Marie Rossi, the aquatic fitness and wellness coordinator, at a farewell event in his honor in Jack Adams Hall in the Cesar Chavez Center at SF State Tuesday, April 22. Photo by Rachel Aston / Xpress

Joseph Greenwell, the Dean of Students, will leave SF State after eight years of service April 30, to begin his new career at UC Berkeley in the fall. Greenwell was the first stand-alone Dean of Students at SF State in more than two decades.

He has also served as Interim Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, where he was involved in everything from student activities and Greek life—to disability resource programs, counseling and psychological services.

Greenwell’s replacement is still unknown, but the University will likely appoint an interim Dean of Students until a full search can be conducted. At a celebration Tuesday afternoon, the campus community honored Greenwell’s contributions to SF State.

Outgoing Dean of Students Joseph Greenwall hugs Tina Marie Rossi, the aquatic fitness and wellness coordinator, at a farewell event in his honor in Jack Adams Hall in the Cesar Chavez Center at SF State Tuesday, April 22. Photo by Rachel Aston / XpressRachel Aston / Xpress

Outgoing Dean of Students Joseph Greenwall hugs Tina Marie Rossi, the aquatic fitness and wellness coordinator, at a farewell event in his honor in Jack Adams Hall in the Cesar Chavez Center at SF State Tuesday, April 22. Photo by Rachel Aston / Xpress

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