Delaware State University Names Three African Americans to Administrative Posts

delaware-state-logoDelaware State University, the historically Black educational institution in Dover, has announced the appointment of three African Americans to administrative posts.

J AWashingtonJacqueline A. Washington was promoted to associate vice president for academic affairs. She was the director of general education and university studies at Delaware State. Before joining the staff at Delaware State, she was assistant dean for access and academic development programs at the University of Delaware.

Dr. Washington in a graduate of Tougaloo College in Mississippi. She holds a master’s degree from the University of Wilmington in Delaware and an educational doctorate from the University of Delaware.

Ampersand, StephenStephen J. Ampersand was appointed assistant vice president for financial aid services. He was director of financial aid at Cecil College in North East, Maryland.

Ampersand is a graduate of Peirce College in Philadelphia. He earned a master of social work degree at Wilmington University in Delaware.

Means, BillBill H. Means is the new director of the Office of Career Services. He was the director of the Office of Internship and Career Programs at Queens University in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Dr. Means is a graduate of Tennessee State University, where he majored in psychology. He holds master’s degree in education from North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro and an educational doctorate from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

 

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