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Professional Appointments

Professional Appointments

Rod Bradley has been named assistant dean of students for multicultural affairs at Lawrence University in Wisconsin. Bradley spent two years as the interim director of intercultural programs and services at Illinois State University before coming to Lawrence. He earned a bachelor’s and a master’s from Illinois State University.

Dr. Greta M. Bryson has been appointed as an adjunct assistant professor of chemistry at Purdue University. Bryson is also an assistant professor of chemistry at Wheaton College in Illinois. She earned a bachelor’s in chemistry from Spelman College and a doctorate in chemistry from Purdue University.

Andre E. Dixon has been named director of corporation and foundation relations at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania. Dixon comes to Lincoln from Tuskegee University where he served as associate director of prospect research. Dixon earned a bachelor’s in finance and a master’s in personnel administration, both from Tuskegee University. 
Robert Hill has been named vice chancellor for public affairs at the University of Pittsburgh. Previously, he was executive director of public affairs and the university’s spokesman. Hill earned a bachelor’s in business administration from New York University, a master’s in management from Manhattan College, and a certificate in management from Harvard University. 

Dr. Thomas A. Isekenegbe has been appointed vice president of academic affairs and enrollment services at Cumberland County College in New Jersey. Before this, Isekenegbe was associate dean of academic affairs at Sussex County Community College. He earned a bachelor’s from the University of Nigeria, a master’s and two doctorates from Indiana State University.

Dr. William T. Slater has been named dean of the College of Communication at Texas Christian University. Most recently, he was dean of the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno. Slater earned a bachelor’s from Tufts University and a master’s and a doctorate from Stanford University.

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