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Dr. Tony Atwater has been appointed provost and vice president for academic affairs at Youngstown State University. Most recently, Atwater was dean of the College of Professional Studies and Education at Northern Kentucky University. Atwater earned a bachelor’s from Hampton University, a master’s from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and a doctorate from Michigan State.

Dr. Darlyne Bailey has been named dean and vice president for academic affairs at Columbia University’s Teachers College in New York. Previously, she was dean of the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University. Bailey earned a bachelor’s from Lafayette College, a master’s  from Columbia University and a doctorate from Case Western Reserve University.

Dr. Carolyn M. Callahan has been named the first holder of the Doris M. Cook Chair in accounting at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas. The chair was established in the fall of 2000. Callahan earned a bachelor’s from Ohio Northern University, a master’s  from Bowling Green State University and a doctorate from Michigan State University.
Terry M. Clay has been named assistant dean of student development and success at Anne Arundel Community College in Maryland. Clay joined Anne Arundel Community College in 1993 as senior director for academic advising and retention. Clay earned a bachelor’s from Howard University and a master’s from Lesley College in Massachusetts.

Dr. Pamela Trotman Reid has been appointed director of the University of Michigan’s Women’s Studies Program. Prior to coming to UM, she was interim provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at the City University of New York. Reid earned a bachelor’s from Howard University, a master’s from Temple University and a doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Larry Rivers, a professor of history at Florida A&M University, has received four awards recently for his book: Slavery in Florida: Territorial Days to Emancipation. He is the recipient of the Rembert Patrick Award, the 2001 Harry T. and Harriet V. Moore Award, the Carolyn Washbon Award and the Black Caucus of the American
Library Association Literary Award for
Nonfiction.



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