Alice Taylor-Colbert has been named dean of the University of South Carolina Union, building on a nearly 30-year career in higher education administration that includes serving as a dean and then associate vice president for academic affairs at Lander University since 2010.
Ken Paulson, a lawyer who combined his passions for journalism, free expression and popular music to become a national advocate for the First Amendment, will be the next dean of the College of Mass Communication at Middle Tennessee State University, officials announced Tuesday.
Indiana State University officials have named a veteran administrator with the nation's sixth largest higher education system to serve as dean of the Bayh College of Education.
Douglas D. Baker – an award-winning professor of business, proven high-level administrator and scholar of management and leadership in higher education – has been named the 12th president of Northern Illinois University.
Walter P. Collins III has been named dean of the University of South Carolina Lancaster, where he has served as assistant dean of student affairs since 2011.
Dr. David J. Urban will be the next dean of the Jennings A. Jones College of Business at Middle Tennessee State University, school leaders announced Thursday.
Board of Regents Chair "Dink" NeSmith and University System of Georgia Chancellor Hank Huckaby have announced the name of the finalist for the University of West Georgia presidency, Dr. Kyle Marrero.
Dr. Valerie C. Rutledge has been named Dean in the College of Health, Education and Professional Studies. Rutledge currently serves as Director of the School of Education at UTC and has led the School of Education since August 2003.
Richard "Biff" Williams, founding dean of the College of Nursing, Health and Human Services at Indiana State University, has been selected as the university's next Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, President Daniel J. Bradley announced today.
The Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning announced today the unanimous decision to name William N. LaForge as president of Delta State University.