• Daniel A. Wubah was named vice president and dean for undergraduate education at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. He will also be a professor of biological sciences. He was associate provost for undergraduate academic affairs and professor of zoology at the University of Florida.

Dr. Wubah is a graduate of the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. He holds a master’s degree from the University of Akron and a Ph.D. from the University of Georgia.

The title of vice president emeritus was bestowed on Melvin C. Terrell by Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. Dr. Terrell recently retired from the position of vice president for student affairs.

• Carlton C. Brown was appointed first career and internship adviser at Aurora University in Aurora, Illinois. He was a graduate assistant in the Office of Ethics and Student Conflict Resolution at Miami University of Ohio.

• Valerie D. White, an assistant professor of mass communications at Florida A&M University, was named an adjunct professor of mass communications at Fort Valley State University in Georgia.

A graduate of Hampton University, Dr. White holds a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Missouri and a Ph.D. in mass communications from the University of Georgia.

• Brenda Allen was named professor of psychology, provost, and vice chancellor for academic affairs at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina. She will take her new position on July 1. She is currently associate provost and director of institutional diversity at Brown University.

Dr. Allen is a graduate of Lincoln University. She holds a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in developmental psychology from Howard University.

• Quintin B. Bullock was selected as the sixth president of Schenectady County Community College in New York. He will assume office in July. He is currently provost of the Virginia Beach campus of Tidewater Community College.

Dr. Bullock holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Prairie View A&M University. He also holds a doctoral degree in dental surgery from the University of Texas Health Science Center.