Professional Appointments

Dr. Mildred García has been named president of California State University-Domínguez Hills. She was most recently president of Berkeley College. García earned a bachelor’s from Bernard M. Baruch College, a master’s from New York University and a master’s and doctorate from Teachers College, Columbia University.

 


Gayle Colston Barge has been appointed assistant vice chancellor for university advancement and chief marketing and communications officer for Winston-Salem State University. She holds a bachelor’s from Minot State University and a master’s from Seton Hall University.

 


Traci Green has been named head coach of the women’s tennis program at Harvard University (Mass.). She had previously been head coach at Temple University. Green earned a bachelor’s from the University of Florida, where she was a member of the 1998 NCAA championship women’s tennis team.

 


Maryland State Sen. Patrick J. Hogan, D-Montgomery County, has been named associate vice chancellor for governmental relations for the University System of Maryland. He has served in the Maryland Senate for 13 years. Hogan earned a bachelor’s from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

 


George Koonce has been appointed senior associate athletic director at Marquette University (Wis.). He had previously been director of player development for the Green Bay Packers, where he played linebacker for eight seasons. Koonce earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from East Carolina University.

 


Dr. Lois C. Richardson has been appointed dean of Georgia Gwinnett College’s liberal arts department. She holds a bachelor’s from Fisk University, a master’s from Teachers College, Columbia University, a master’s from Columbia and a doctorate from Seton Hall University.

 


Dr. Richard T. Schoephoerster has been named dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Texas at El Paso. He had previously been chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Florida International University. Schoephoerster earned a bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate from the University of Iowa.

 


Dr. Arthur Q. Tyler has been named chief operating officer/deputy chancellor for Houston Community College (Texas). He had most recently been president of Sacramento City College. Tyler holds a bachelor’s from the University of Maryland, a master’s from the U.S. Naval Post Graduate School and a doctorate from the University of Phoenix.

 


Dr. David Washington has been appointed assistant dean for undergraduate programs at North Carolina State University’s College of Management. He earned a bachelor’s from Excelsior College, a master’s from Central Michigan University, an MBA from Webster University and a doctorate from NCSU.



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