Two African American Administrators at Kent State Earn Promotions

Kent State University in Ohio has announced the appointment of two African Americans to high level administrative positions.

Said Sewell was named to the newly created position of assistant provost for academic affairs. He previously served as dean of undergraduate studies.

Dr. Sewell is a graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta. He holds a master’s degree from Texas Southern University in Houston and a Ph.D. in political science from Clark Atlanta University.

Eboni Pringle was appointed interim dean of undergraduate studies at Kent State University in Ohio. She has been serving as assistant dean of undergraduate studies.

Pringle holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Kent State University.

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