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Central State University President to Retire at the End of the Academic Year

Central State University President to Retire at the End of the Academic Year

Cynthia Jackson-Hammond has served as president of the historically Black university for the past eight years. She is the first woman to serve as president of the university. Earlier in her career, Dr. Jackson-Hammond was provost and vice president of academic affairs at Coppin State University in Baltimore.

In Memoriam: Maurice Wilton Johnson Sr., 1943-2019

In Memoriam: Maurice Wilton Johnson Sr., 1943-2019

Johnson served for 10 years at Grambling State University in Louisiana, first as assistant director of bands and then director of bands.

In Memoriam: Ella Lee Kelley, 1948-2015

In Memoriam: Ella Lee Kelley, 1948-2015

Dr. Kelley joined the faculty at Southern University in 1983. She served as chair of the chemistry department at the university and most recently was associate vice chancellor for academic affairs and dean of the Dolores Margaret Richard Spikes Honors College.