In Memoriam: Clement Earl Glenn, 1955-2015

DRGLENN-2Clement Glenn, an associate professor in the College of Business at Prairie View A&M University in Texas, died on August 14 while vacationing in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. He was 59 years old.

Dr. Glenn was a native of Navasota, Texas. He earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree at Prairie View A&M University. He held a doctorate in educational administration from Texas A&M University.

At the time of his death Dr. Glenn was concluding his tenure as speaker of the faculty senate at Prairie View A&M. Felecia M. Nave, provost and senior vice president of academic affairs at the university, said that “Dr. Glenn was a committed member of Prairie View family who served his alma mater with pride and distinction.”

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