Wynetta Lee Is the New Dean of the School of Education at North Carolina Central University

Wynetta Y. Lee was named dean of the H.M. Michaux Jr. School of Education at North Carolina Central University in Durham. She was the dean of the College of Education at Grambling State University in Louisiana. Previously, she was associate vice president for academic planning, research, and graduate studies at California State University-Monterey Bay, and assistant provost for curriculum and director of undergraduate research at Dillard University in New Orleans. Dr. Lee served on the faculty at North Carolina State University from 1992-2002.

Dean Lee holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Indiana University. She earned a doctorate in policy development and program evaluation at Vanderbilt University in Nashville.

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  1. Congratulations Ms. Lee on your appointment as Dean of the H. M. Michaux School of Education. We look forward to hearing of your many innovative programs for our students.

    In truth and service,

    Betty Holloway
    President, NJ Chapter, NCCU ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

  2. Congratulations to you Dr Lee for your well deserved position as a Dean.
    I am proud of you and not only as your ex student but for your possessive body of knowledge in quantitative research and education specifically.

    I wish you the best in your new endeavor.

    Be blessed,
    Francis Offiong,Ph.D.

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