Dr. Victor Borden has been named associate vice president for university planning, institutional research and accountability at Indiana University. Borden earned a bachelor’s from the University of Rochester, and a master’s and doctorate from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
Dr. Donna L. Parker has been appointed associate dean for student affairs at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Previously she was associate dean for student and faculty development. Parker earned a bachelor’s from McGill University and a medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Dr. Franklin B. Carver has been appointed assistant provost and associate vice chancellor for academic affairs at North Carolina Central University. He served in this capacity on an interim basis for more than a year. Carver received his bachelor’s from Fayetteville State University, a master’s from East Tennessee State University and a doctorate from Ohio University.
Joseph B. Porter has been named vice president for legal and governmental affairs and general counsel at Excelsior College. Porter earned a bachelor’s from Manhattan College and a law degree from Albany Law School of Union University.
Cheryl Y. Hitchcock is the new vice president of institutional advancement at Morgan State University. Previously Hitchcock served as the university’s director of development. She holds a bachelor’s from Morgan State University.
Dr. Kevin D. Rome Sr. is the new vice president for student services at Morehouse College. In his previous position, Rome served as vice president for campus life at Clayton State University. Rome earned a bachelor’s from Morehouse College, a master’s from the University of Georgia and a doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin.
George M. Langford has been named the
new dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Langford earned a bachelor’s from Fayetteville State University, and a master’s and doctorate from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Darlene Scott-Scurry has been named director of the Office of Equal Opportunity Programs at the University of Virginia. She served as director of affirmative action at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Scott-Scurry holds a bachelor’s from Clark Atlanta University and a law degree from American University’s Washington College of Law.
Mitchell L. Lipton has been named dean of admissions and records at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. Previously he was associate dean. Lipton earned a bachelor’s from SUNY-Binghamton and a master’s from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.
Zuberi Tewogbola has been named senior information analyst in the department of advancement services at Syracuse University. Previously he served as a research analyst at Cornell University. Tewogbola received a bachelor’s from Southern University and A&M College and a master’s degree from Tennessee State University.
Dr. Edward O. Osagie has been named assistant professor of physics at Savannah State University. He had been teaching at the University of Benin in Nigeria. Osagie earned his bachelor’s from the University of Lagos in Nigeria, master’s degrees from the University of Lagos and Princeton University, and a doctorate from St. Louis University.
Dr. Valdrie Walker has been named vice president for academic affairs at Edward Waters College. Previously she was assistant dean of student academic advising, program director and assistant professor at the University of Virginia. Walker earned a bachelor’s from St. Paul’s College, and a master’s and doctorate from the University of Virginia.
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