Two New Deans at Florida A&M University

Florida A&M University in Tallahassee has announced the appointment of two African Americans to dean positions.

Ann L. Wead Kimbrough is the new dean of the School of Journalism and Graphic Communication at Florida A&M University. Dr. Kimbrough was a senior administrator at Webster University in Arkansas and a visiting professor at Arkansas Baptist College.

Dr. Kimbrough is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University. She holds a master’s degree in financial journalism from Northwestern University and a doctorate in business administration from Argosy University in Atlanta.

Robert W. Taylor was named dean of the College of Agriculture and Food Sciences. He has been serving as professor of soil and environmental science at Alabama A&M University. He had previously served as dean of the School of Agriculture and Environmental Science at Alabama A&M.

Taylor is a graduate of Tuskegee University in Alabama. He holds a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in soil chemistry at Michigan State University.

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