The New Dean of the College of Business at Grambling State University

emmanuel_cobTsegai Emmanuel was named dean of the College of Business at Grambling State University in Louisiana. He is a professor in the department of management and marketing at the university. Dr. Emmanuel has been on the Grambling State faculty for 30 years.

“I am quite elated to serve once again as dean of the College of Business at Grambling State University,” said Professor Emmanuel, who served as dean at the College of Business from 1980 to 1990. “My strategic plan is simple: to maintain accreditation, to recruit students and to establish a strong link with corporations.”

Professor Emmanuel holds a bachelor’s degree in production management and a master’s degree in international business from Oklahoma State University. He earned a Ph.D. in management and policy administration from the University of Missouri.

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