Magazine article Black Issues in Higher Education

On | the Move

Magazine article Black Issues in Higher Education

On | the Move

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DR. BELINDA C. ANDERSON has been named president of Virginia Union University. Anderson, who had been sewing as interim president since last year, joined Virginia Union in 2000 as vice president for academic affairs. She earned a bachelor's and master's from Radford University and a doctorate in higher education administration from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

DR. JOANNE BERGER-SWEENEY, associate professor of biological studies at Wellesley College, has been named an associate dean of the college. She is a fellow of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society and directs its minority fellowship program. Berger-Sweeney received a bachelor's from Wellesley and a doctorate in neurotoxicology from Johns I lopkins University.

DR. VERNON J. HURTE is the new assistant director of multicultural affairs at the College of William and Mary. Previously, he was a graduate assistant in the Office of Minority Student Affairs at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Hurte earned a bachelor's in psychology from Bowie State University and a doctorate in educational psychology from UT-Knoxville.

DR. BORIS E. RICKS has been appointed as the Mellon postdoctoral fellow at Pomona College of the Claremont College Consortium. …

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