Alice Simpkins Retires After 42 Years at Paine College in Augusta, Georgia

SimpkinsAlice M. Simpkins has retired as director of institutional research at Paine College in Augusta, Georgia. Simpkins has been on the staff at the college for 42 years.

In 1972, Simpkins was hired as a professional tutor at Paine College. She held the post of director of institutional research for more than a quarter century. Simpkins also served as the on-campus adviser to the Sigma Rho Sorority.

Simpkins is a graduate of Paine College.


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