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David Iwasa will serve as the new assistant vice president for Student Life and dean of students for Walla Walla University. Iwasa, who comes to WWU from Berrien Springs, Michigan, began his duties August 19.
In his position, Iwasa will serve as advisor for the Associated Students of Walla Walla University, will lead in the development of campus initiatives that promote overall student well-being, and will help oversee the university judicial system with an emphasis on restoration and redemption.
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Iwasa joins WWU with 19 years of experience in student life, most recently at Andrews University (Berrien Springs, Michigan) where he has served since 2011 as director of university housing and conventions/guest services and graduate student association sponsor. He has also served as dean/vice principal for Thunderbird Adventist Academy (Scottsdale, Arizona) and dean for Gem State Adventist Academy (Caldwell, Idaho). His experience extends into the accounting and assisted living industries where he has held positions in accounting, management, and administration for various companies.
“David brings to Walla Walla University a passion for Adventist education, a deep love for students, and years of experience in residential...
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