Michael Daily to Serve as Provost at Kentucky State University

Kentucky State University has named Michael D. Dailey as the interim provost and vice president for academic affairs. He has been serving as director of distance learning and instructional design at the university. Earlier in his career, he spent 11 years with the Department of Education for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, including seven years as director of the

“Every member of our campus community plays a significant role in advancing KSU and will continue to do so,” Dr. Dailey said. “Together, we will work to build greater trust within the Division of Academic Affairs, affirm transparency, and advance our shared mission and strategic initiatives. I look forward to collaborating with faculty as we continue to work in service to our students.”

Dr. Dailey is a graduate of Kentucky State University, where he majored in social work. He earned a master of social work degree in planning and policy administration at Ohio State University and a Ph.D. in instructional design and online education from Capella University.

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