Jean D’Arc Campbell Named to Dean Position at Bellevue College in Washington State

staff-jean-darcJean D’Arc Campbell was named dean of international education and global initiatives at Bellevue College in Washington State. For the past nine years, Campbell has been the director of international education initiatives for the district campuses of Portland Community College.

“Bellevue College has all the ingredients to become a global village,” said Campbell. “I look forward to further cultivating the passion and commitment I see in the faculty, staff and students to help us achieve our goal, moving forward together in the spirit of dialogue, engagement and collaboration.”

Campbell is a graduate of Binghamton University of the State University of New York System, where he double majored in political science and sociology. He holds a master’s degree in student affairs and diversity from SUNY-Binghamton.

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