Three African Americans Appointed to New Administrative Posts at Universities

Arthur Lumzy Jr. is the new director of student career preparedness at Texas A&M University–Commerce. Most recently, Lumzy served as a director of career services at the University of North Texas at Dallas.

Lumzy graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s degree in education with an emphasis in college student personnel.

Sandra L. Barnes was named associate provost for undergraduate education and student success at Alcorn State University in Mississippi. Most recently, Dr. Barnes served as vice president of the Natchez campus at Copiah-Lincoln Community College.

Dr. Barnes earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Alcorn State University. She holds a Ph.D. in bioanalytical chemistry from the University of Kansas.

Roberto Campos-Marquetti has been appointed assistant vice president for staff and labor relations at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, effective December 11. Campos-Marquetti has been serving as the director of employee/labor relations and workforce compliance at Jackson Health System based in Miami, Florida.

Campos-Marquetti, who grew up in Brooklyn, New York, earned a bachelor’s degree in public policy from Cornell University and a juris doctorate from the City University of New York Law School.

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