Two African American Men Named Interim Vice Chancellors at the University of Arkansas Little Rock

UALR_logo_1The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has named two African Americans to positions as interim vice chancellors.

loganhamptonLogan Hampton was named interim vice chancellor for educational, student services, and student life. He has been on the staff at the university since 1998, most recently as associate vice chancellor for student development and dean of students. He previously held staff positions at Texas A&M University, Texas Christian University, and the University of Central Arkansas.

Dr. Hampton is a graduate of Arkansas Tech University, where he majored in biology. He holds a master’s degree from Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana, and a doctorate in higher education from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

NathannolanNathan Nolen was appointed interim vice chancellor for information technology services. He has been serving as associate director of project management at the university. Nolen joined the staff at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2007 after serving for 10 years with Axicom Corporation.

Nolen is a graduate of Philander Smith College in Little Rock, Arkansas, and holds a master’s degree in management information systems from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.


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