Huntington University is pleased to announce that Margaret Winters, Ed.D., has been named as interim director of nursing, and Luke Fetters, Ed.D., has been named interim dean of graduate and professional programs.
Fetters’ newest position continues his already strong legacy of service and leadership at Huntington University in our undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs. As interim dean, he will continue to teach in the undergraduate and graduate ministry programs in addition to taking on new leadership responsibilities.
A Huntington alum, Fetters holds two degrees from Huntington University – a Bachelor of Arts in Bible and Religion and a Master of Christian Ministries. He completed further postgraduate study at Wheaton College and Ball State University. Graduate and professional programs have been a significant but only small part of Fetters’ distinguished career at Huntington. He taught and wrote curriculum for EXCEL and professional programs from 2000 to 2014, earning an Outstanding Faculty Award from the EXCEL/Professional Programs in 2009, 2010, and 2011.
More recently, he has taught as a professor of undergraduate and graduate ministry courses at Huntington while also serving as the founding director of our Institute for TESOL Studies in 2009-2016. For the past few years, he has overseen the development of our Global Studies office.
Winters served as director of nursing from 2007 until her retirement from Huntington University in 2016. She received her education from the University of Illinois, Northern Illinois University, and Southeastern University in Florida. Winters returns to serve as interim director and carry on the tradition of training the next generation of well-prepared nurses. She has worked in the past with students completing nursing programs in schools such as Olivet Nazarene University, Indiana Wesleyan, Scott Community College in Iowa, and Huntington University.