Julie Nuter (pronounced NOO-ter) has been named Iowa State's associate vice president for university human resources, effective Dec. 2.
Nuter will work closely with university departments and units to provide human resources leadership. Her responsibilities include:
- Organizational development and review
- Performance management
- Employee and labor relations
- Benefits, including worker's compensation, child care, student health insurance and employee wellness
Nuter will report to senior vice president for business and finance Warren Madden. She succeeds David Trainor, who resigned last spring.
"I am pleased that Julie has accepted this position at Iowa State," Madden said. "Her background and experience will be an asset to the university as we continue to improve and respond to the increasing human resources needs of faculty, staff, students and organizational units in these challenging and complex times."
Nuter currently is associate vice president for human resources at DePaul University, Chicago, where she has worked in various positions for the past 18 years. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst; master's degrees from Columbia College, Chicago, and Loyola University, Chicago; and a Ph.D. from Benedictine University, Chicago.