New Leader for the College of Arts and Sciences at Fayetteville State University

Fayetteville State University in North Carolina has announced the appointment of Samuel Adu-Mireku as interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Since 2012, Dr. Adu-Mireku has served as associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.

Dr. Adu-Mireku joined the faculty of the department of sociology at Fayetteville State in 2001. He has served as department chair from 2004 to 2009 and was director of faculty development before being named associate dean. Since 2014, Dr. Adu-Mireku has also served as chair of the Graduate Council at the university.

Before coming to Fayetteville State University, Dr. Adu-Mireku taught at Tri-County Technical College in Pendleton South Carolina, and Methodist University in Fayetteville.

A graduate of the University of Ghana, Dr. Adu-Mireku holds master’s and doctoral degrees in sociology from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.

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