Magazine article Black Issues in Higher Education


Magazine article Black Issues in Higher Education


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DR. ANTOINE GARIBALDI, provost and chief academic officer at Howard University, has been selected as a senior fellow at the Educational Testing Service. When he assumes the position June 1, he will be involved in a variety of major projects focused on educational assessment, teacher education and graduate education, among other things. Garibaldi received a bachelor's in sociology from Howard and a doctorate in educational and social psychology from the University of Minnesota.


TYENE HOUSTON has been appointed director of alumni and student programs for the University of Houston Alumni organization. Previously she was assistant director of admissions. Houston earned a bachelor's degree in human development and consumer science from the University of Houston and a master's in public administration from Atlanta University.

NAOMI RUTH THOMPSON has been named assistant director of the office of affirmative action and diversity at Northeastern University. Prior to this position she was an assistant district attorney for Suffolk County in Massachusetts. Thompson earned a bachelor's in philosophy and religion from Colgate University and a juris doctorate from Suffolk University Law School.

E. RAMONE SEGREE has joined Meharry Medical College as senior vice president for institutional advancement. Segree came to Meharry from Salem State College in Massachusetts, where he was vice president for institutional advancement and executive director of the college foundation. Segree earned a bachelor's degree in political science and education from California State College in Pennsylvania and a master's in community psychology and organizational development from Pennsylvania State University.

DR. ROSIE L. ALBRITTON is the new director of College Library and associate professor at Florida Memorial College. …

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