Three African American Men in New University Positions

stewartDelarious O. Stewart was appointed director of student disability services at North Carolina Central University in Durham. Earlier in his career, he served on the faculty at Southern University in New Orleans and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Dr. Stewart holds a bachelor’s degree in communication and master’s degrees in counseling and educational leadership from Southern University. He earned a doctorate in early childhood education from Jackson State University in Mississippi.

Timothy K. Eatman is the new dean of the Honors Living/Learning Community at Rutgers University-Newark. He also is an associate professor of urban education in the College of Arts & Sciences. Before joining the faculty at Rutgers, Dr. Eatman was an associate professor of higher education at Syracuse University in New York.

Dr. Eatman is a graduate of Pace University in New York. He holds a master’s degree in college student development from Howard University in Washington, D.C., and a Ph.D. in educational policy studies from the University of Illinois.

Garvin A. Reid was named assistant director of the Career Development Center for the Abu Dhabi campus of New York University. He has been serving as the assistant director of the Center for Career Development in the School of Professional Studies at the main campus of New York University.

Reid is a graduate of Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, where he majored in business administration. He holds a master’s degree in higher education and student affairs from the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development at New York University.

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