Tag: West Virginia University

Nine Black Academics Taking on New Administrative Roles

The new appointees are Monica Boyd, Stephen L. McDaniel, Alan Robertson Sr., Tanya Freeman, Tara A. Brooks, Brandon P. Brown, Marcus Clark, Ashiwel Undieh, and Scott Jackson Dantley.

Dana Brooks Appointed to Third Term as Dean at West Virginia University

Dana D. Brooks was named interim dean of what is now the College of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences in 1992 and appointed dean a year later. He continues to teach both undergraduate and graduate courses at the university.

Mark Winston Is a Finalist for Dean of Libraries at West Virginia University

Mark Winston is assistant chancellor and director of the John Cotton Dana Library on the Newark campus of Rutgers University. Previously, he served on the Rutgers faculty and on the faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Two African American Scholars Honored With Prestigious Awards

Franklin D. Cleckley was honored by West Virginia University where he has taught for 44 years and Donna Y. Ford of Vanderbilt University won the Faculty Achievement Award from the Southeastern Conference.

Three African Americans in New Teaching Positions

Lois Brown was granted tenure at Wesleyan University. Jeffrey Redding is teaching choral conducting at West Virginia University and Loretta J. Ross is activist-in-residence at Smith College.

Two African Americans Taking on New Administrative Jobs in Higher Education

Rudolph Hamilton Green was named vice president and chief compliance officer at the University of Miami and Nichelle Perkins is deputy diversity officer at West Virginia University.

Large Increase in Black Enrollments at West Virginia University

There are 1,180 African American students on campus, an increase of 101 students, or 9.4 percent from a year ago. African Americans make up about 4 percent of the study body. Blacks are 3.5 percent of the West Virginia population.

Seven African Americans Named to Administrative Positions in Higher Education

The new appointees are Carla Boutin-Foster, Chacona W. Johnson, Margaret Stephens, David Fryson, Jame'l Hodges, Ashley Robinson, and George Keith Martin.

Appointments of African Americans to Key Posts in Higher Education

Here is this week's news of appointments of Black Americans to administrative and faculty positions at colleges and universities across the United States.

Two African American Women Honored by the International Reading Association

Patricia Edwards of Michigan State University and Charline Barnes Rowland of West Virginia University will be honored at the group's annual meeting in Chicago which convenes in April.

New University Positions for a Half Dozen African Americans

Here is news of six African Americans who are assuming new duties in higher education.

At West Virginia University, Black Enrollments Exceed Parity With the Black Percentage of the State’s Population

Black enrollments are up 7.7 percent this year compared to an overall increase of just over one percent.

Appointments, Promotions, and Resignations

• Mercy Eyadiel was appointed executive director for employment development in the Office of Personal and Career Development at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North...

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