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Professional Appointments

Professional Appointments

Dr. Livingston Alexander has been named president of the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. Previously, Alexander was provost and vice president for academic affairs at Kean University in New Jersey. Alexander earned a bachelor’s from St. Joseph Seminary College in Washington, a master’s and a doctorate from the University of Houston.

Dr. James A. Anderson has been appointed to the newly created position of vice president and associate provost for institutional assessment and diversity at Texas A&M University. Previously, he served as vice provost for undergraduate affairs at North Carolina State University. Anderson earned a bachelor’s from Villanova University and a doctorate in psychology from Cornell University.

Alonzo Brandon has been named to the position of vice president for development and alumni relations at Old Dominion University in Virginia. Previously, he was executive director of foundations and director of development. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Old Dominion University.
Kawachi A. Clemons has been named assistant director of bands at North Carolina Central University. Clemons received a bachelor’s in music education from Florida A&M University, where he was a member of the world-renown “Marching 100.” He received his master’s of music degree in performing arts production from Florida International University
Derrick Gragg has been promoted to senior associate athletic director at the University of Arkansas. Previously, he served as an associate athletic director and the director of compliance. Gragg earned a bachelor’s in human development from Vanderbilt University in Tennessee and a master’s in sports administration from Wayne State University in Michigan.
Dr. James Llorens has been named dean of the graduate school at Southern University in Baton Rouge. Llorens is an associate professor and former chairman in the department of public administration. Llorens earned a bachelor’s from Loyola University, a master’s from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a doctorate from Louisiana State University.

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