Arletha McSwain Named Dean of Extended Learning at Norfolk State University

ARLETHAMcSwainArletha McSwain has been appointed dean of the School of Extended Learning at Norfolk State University. In this position she will provide leadership and academic expertise to support the design, development, and execution of the university’s distance education programs. She has been serving as interim dean.

Dr. McSwain is the former associate dean of extended learning at Florida State College in Jacksonville. She holds a doctorate in early childhood special education from the University of Missouri in Columbia.

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