The New President of Stillman College in Alabama

MilletPeter Edmund Millet is the new president of Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He is the only the sixth president in the college’s 136-year history. Stillman College enrolls about 1,000 undergraduate students and more than 90 percent of the student body is Black.

Dr. Millet has served as interim president of Stillman since September 2013. Previously, he was provost and vice president for academic affairs at the college. Earlier in his career, Dr. Millet was chair of the department of psychology and dean of the College of Education at Tennessee State University in Nashville.

“I am honored to be given the opportunity by the Board of Trustees to serve as the sixth president of Stillman College. I look forward to the future and contributing to Stillman’s great leadership legacy,” said Dr. Millet.

Dr. Millet is a graduate of Oakland University in Rochester Hills, Michigan. He holds a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Ohio State University.

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