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Professional Appointments

Dr. Mickie Allen has been named director of the Orfalea Child Development Center at Citrus College in Glendora, Calif. She has also served on the faculties of Glendale Community College and California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Allen earned a bachelor’s from California State University, Northridge, a master’s from Phillips Institute and a doctorate from Nova Southeastern University.

Ann Armstrong has been named executive director of the Center for Educational Outreach and Innovation at Teachers College, Columbia University and president of Teachers College Innovations. Previously, she was vice president at Intellinex, an Ernst & Young eLearning Co. Armstrong earned a bachelor’s from Randolph Macon Women’s College and master’s degrees from Columbia’s Teachers College, Fairfield University and the University of Cincinnati.

Rose Coston-McHugh has been appointed executive director of the office of human resources at Camden County College in New Jersey. Most recently she was a senior human resources analyst for AAA Mid-Atlantic Inc. She earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Rutgers University.

Dr. Doretha Eason has been named deputy to the chancellor of the Houston Community College System. A 17-year veteran of HCC, she has held several positions at HCC-Northwest, including supervisor of the office occupations program. Eason earned a bachelor’s from Mississippi State University, a master’s from Delta State University and a doctorate from Mississippi State University. 

Dr. William V. Flores has been named executive vice president and provost at New Mexico State University. He had most recently been provost and chief academic officer at the institution. Flores earned a bachelor’s from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a master’s and doctorate from Stanford University.

Dr. Jean Fuller-Stanley has been appointed associate dean in the College of Science and Health at William Paterson University. Most recently she served as professor and chair of the department of chemistry at Wellesley College. She earned a bachelor’s from Bedford College in the United Kingdom and a doctorate from the University of Nebraska.

Warren Hayes has been named director of continuing education and workforce development at Northern Virginia Community College’s Alexandria campus. Previously he was coordinator of continuing education at Passaic County Community College in Paterson, N.J. Warren earned a bachelor’s and master’s from Morgan State University and a master’s from Baruch College.

Lawrence Jackson has been named director of the Southern University Marching Band. He previously served as associate director of the Southern band. Jackson earned bachelor’s and a master’s degrees from Southern.

A.D. James Jr. has been named director of student financial services at Tuskegee University. Most recently he was executive director of financial services at Prairie View A&M University. He earned a bachelor’s from Langston University and a master’s from Oklahoma State University.

Irene Porcarello has been named vice chancellor for student success, a new division replacing institutional development at Houston Community College. She earned a bachelor’s and master’s from the University of Houston.

Alexander J. Rodriguez has been named head coach of both the men’s and women’s water polo teams at Pomona College. He will also teach swimming and men’s water polo. For the past three years, he was an assistant coach for Pepperdine University’s men’s water polo team. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Pepperdine.

Julian White has been named assistant director of the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program at Syracuse University. Prior to this appointment, he worked as an academic counselor in the office of support services. White earned a bachelor’s degree from Syracuse.

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