Three Black Faculty Members Taking on New Assignments

Chandice Haste-Jackson, an associate teaching professor in the department of human development and family science in the Falk College at Syracuse University in New York, has been given the added duties of associate dean in the Office of Student Services at the college.

Dr. Haste-Jackson earned a bachelor’s degree in cultural anthropology from Syracuse University. She holds a master’s degree in behavioral sciences from Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma, and a Ph.D. in child and family studies from Syracuse University.

Jorim E. Reid Sr. was named assistant professor, coordinator of instrumental music, and the new director of bands at Morgan State University in Baltimore. He was the director of bands and a music department faculty member at Fayetteville State University in North Carolina.

Dr. Reid earned a bachelor’s degree in music with a concentration in piano from Florida A&M University. He holds a master’s degree in music education with an emphasis in oboe from Florida State University and a doctor of musical arts degree from Boston University.

Alicia Monroe was named chief integration officer at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. In this role, she will direct the formation of an academic health sciences center with Eastern Virginia Medical School and Sentara Healthcare. Dr. Monroe has been serving as provost and senior vice president of academic and faculty affairs and professor of family medicine at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.

A graduate of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, and Indiana University School of Medicine, Professor Monroe completed an internship in psychiatry at Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, D.C.

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