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Professor Wins $375,000 Jury Verdict in Unlawful Retaliation Lawsuit

Professor Wins $375,000 Jury Verdict in Unlawful Retaliation Lawsuit

In 2014, Dr. Nicholas Alozie claims he was passed over for promotion as dean of the College of Letters and Sciences at Arizona State University due to the fact that he criticized the university’s hiring process and record on faculty diversity during his initial interview. A jury has awarded him $375,000, agreeing that Dr. Alozie was a victim of illegal retaliation. The university has vowed to fight the verdict.

William Tate IV Will Be the First Black President of a University in the Southeastern Conference

William Tate IV Will Be the First Black President of a University in the Southeastern Conference

Dr. Tate has been serving as the Education Foundation Distinguished Professor, executive vice president for academic affairs, and provost at the University of South Carolina since July 2020. Professor Tate served as dean of the Graduate School and vice provost for graduate education at Washington University in St. Louis.

William Tate IV Will Be the Next Provost at the University of South Carolina

William Tate IV Will Be the Next Provost at the University of South Carolina

Currently, Dr. Tate is the Edward Mallinckrodt Distinguished University Professor in Arts & Sciences and dean of the Graduate School at Washington University in St. Louis. In 2019, he was one of four finalists for the presidency of the University of South Carolina.

The First African American Provost at the University of South Carolina

The First African American Provost at the University of South Carolina

William F. Tate IV was named executive vice president for academic affairs and provost at the University of South Carolina. Dr. Tate, who is currently the dean of the Graduate School at Washington University in St. Louis, will be the first African American to serve as provost at the university.

New Administrative Roles for Five African Americans at Colleges and Universities

New Administrative Roles for Five African Americans at Colleges and Universities

Taking on new administrative roles are P. Brandon Johnson at the University of Texas at Dallas, Iika McCarter at the Mississippi University for Women, Darryl Jones at Hudson County Community College, Romona West at the University of Arkansas, and Brice Yates at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

Four Black Women Who Have Been Appointed to Positions as Deans

Four Black Women Who Have Been Appointed to Positions as Deans

The new deans are Allyson L. Watson at Florida A&M University, Stephanie G. Adams at the University of Texas at Dallas, Alicia Golston at Rhodes College in Memphis, and Kristina Odejimi at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine.

Mary Evans Sias Is Leaving the Presidency of Kentucky State University

Mary Evans Sias Is Leaving the Presidency of Kentucky State University

Dr. Silas has been president at Kentucky State since 2004. She is the only woman serving as president of any state-operated university in Kentucky. Before coming to Kentucky State, Dr. Sias was an administrator at the University of Texas at Dallas.