• About
  • Careers
  • Newsletter
News in Brief Gulf Park campus selects new faculty

Gulf Park campus selects new faculty

-

The University of Southern Mississippi’s Gulf Park campus has filled two associate dean positions so now each of the six academic colleges have full-time administrators to better serve the students.

According to a USM press release, before this academic year, only four colleges had full-time associate deans at the Long Beach campus. The associate dean of a college works directly with the department chairs and the deans of respective colleges. Now with six associate deans, the colleges and their faculty can do their best to meet the needs of the students.

“I am excited to welcome these new members of our academic leadership team, and I look forward to the contributions they will make as we continue to provide high quality academic programs to students in the coastal region,” said University President Rodney Bennett, according to a USM press release.

The four associate deans on the Gulf Park campus include the following: Bob Pauly, College of Arts & Letters; Elizabeth K. LaFleur, College of Business; W. Jeff Hinton, College of Education and Psychology; Stacey Hall, College of Health; Sandra Bishop, College of Nursing; Gregory Carter, College of Science and Technology.

According to the press release, the interim associate dean positions will be filled on a permanent basis in the coming months.

Kathryn Miller
Executive Editor for The Student Printz, senior news editorial journalism major, double minor in French and fashion merchandising. I am a lover of words, old things and a foodie fanatic.

Latest news

Southern Miss Baseball returns with two victories against Northwestern State

Southern Miss Baseball began its much anticipated season last week after a 348-day hiatus, winning two of...

Southern Miss’s defense earns victory against FIU

Southern Miss’s (7-9, 5-9 Conference USA) stout defensive play helped the Lady Eagles earn a victory in...

OPINION: Impeachment trial revealed more hypocrisy and political division

Former President Donald Trump was once again acquitted by the Senate in his second impeachment trial. 

OPINION: The upsides and downsides of student loan forgiveness

Student loans have always been a burden for American students. While some manage to repay their student...

OPINION: The Capitol Riot shouldn’t be Congress’s main concern

On Feb. 15, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the creation of a “9/11-type Commission” designed to apprehend...

Southern snowstorm leaves students powerless

When it snows in the south, it creates an uproar of excitement among many of its residents....

Must read

Southern Miss Baseball returns with two victories against Northwestern State

Southern Miss Baseball began its much anticipated...

Southern Miss’s defense earns victory against FIU

Southern Miss’s (7-9, 5-9 Conference USA) stout...

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you