Arthur Dunning Is the New Leader of Albany State University

dunning_artThe University System of Georgia has announced that Arthur N. Dunning is the new interim president of Albany State University. Dr. Dunning was serving as a professor and senior research fellow at the Education Policy Center of the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. He recently completed a three-year term as vice chancellor for international programs and outreach for the University of Alabama system.

Professor Dunning holds bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees from the University of Alabama. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Alabama, he served for 27 years in the University System of Georgia and was a faculty member at Kennesaw State University.

Dr. Dunning is expected to serve as interim president for up to year while a search for a permanent president is conducted.

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