Carla Jackson Bell to Serve as Provost at Tuskegee University in Alabama

This January, Carla Jackson Bell will begin serving as interim provost and vice president for academic affairs at Tuskegee Univerity in Alabama. Dr. Bell is dean of the Robert R. Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Sciences at the university.

After 13 years on the Tuskegee faculty, Dr. Bell served in teaching and administrative roles in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction at Auburn University in Alabama. She returned to Tuskegee in 2016 to become dean of the School of Architecture and Construction Sciences.

Dr. Bell holds a bachelor’s degree in architectural science from Tuskegee University. She earned a master of fine arts degree from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia and a Ph.D. in interdisciplinary arts and sciences with a specialization in architecture education from The Union Institute and University in Cincinnati.

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