In Memoriam: André D. Green, 1982-2023

André D. Green, assistant dean of students, director of activities and new student orientation, and director of the Efferson Student Union, at Florida A&M University, has died. Dr. Green was a victim of homicide, according to Tallahassee police. He was 41 years old.

Since he joined FAMU in 2006, Dr. Green rose from associate director of the Student Government Association & Operations to his present role. He and his new student orientation staff recently completed sessions for the class of 2027.

This past spring, Dr. Green led the university’s historic hosting of the Southern Regional Orientation Workshop. More than 1,000 orientation leaders and professionals from more than 40 institutions from nine Southeastern states came to Tallahassee for the three-day event.

Dr. Green earned his bachelor’s degree in human sciences from Florida State University. He held a master’s degree in student personnel administration from the University of Central Missouri and a doctorate in higher education administration from Hampton University in Virginia.

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