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JBHE Weekly Bulletin
June 9, 2016


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Here are links to some of the top stories published at JBHE.com this past week. Click on a headline to read the full article.


Twelve Black Scholars Elected Fellows of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences

Through an analysis of the list of new fellows at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, it appears that 14 of the new members of the AAAS are African Americans. Twelve have current academic affiliations.

The New Leader of Kentucky State University

The board of regents of Kentucky State University, has announced the appointment of Aaron Thompson as interim president of the historically Black university.


Georgetown University — Senior Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs, McDonough School of Business

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business invites applications for the position of Senior Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs. This is a time of great academic and program innovation in the School and the University, particularly in the areas of international business, business and society, and interdisciplinary studies. Our new Senior Associate Dean will help Georgetown University meet its mission: “to develop and educate principled leaders with a global mindset to be in service to business and society.”

Reporting to the Dean, the Senior Associate Dean is responsible for the management and delivery of undergraduate programs at McDonough for more than 1,400 students across six majors and several interdisciplinary programs. These include programs with Georgetown College and the Walsh School of Foreign Service.

We seek candidates with demonstrated capacity for collaborative leadership. Our new dean will offer creative and effective leadership on admissions, curricular development, program development, pedagogies, student advising and mentoring, and academic standards. Applicants with prior experience in designing (and teaching in) academic programs are especially welcome. A deep care for the quality of the student academic and co-curricular experience is essential. Georgetown has an active alumni and parent network, and the Senior Associate Dean will be expected to participate in outreach to them. Among the Senior Associate Dean’s core partners at Georgetown are the faculty and staff both at McDonough and at other colleges of Georgetown. The Senior Associate Dean will also represent McDonough to many external constituencies. The successful candidate will have some combination of these attributes and skills: an earned doctorate or other terminal degree; five or more years of experience in higher education either as a faculty member or as an administrator; experiences in an international organization or setting; prior budgeting and financial management experience; and a commitment to enhancing student diversity.

To apply, please visit apply.interfolio.com/35416. We will begin consideration of applications on August 15, 2016, and will consider applications until the position is filled. We ask interested parties to apply by sending a cover letter of interest plus curriculum vita.

Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, marital status, veteran status, disability or other categories protected by law.


University of Michigan Study Examines Children’s Perception of Race

A new study by psychologists at the University of Michigan found that White preschool children perceived racial differences but did not have a strong understanding of the concept of race or ethnicity. In fact, many White preschool children believed that they could grow up to be a Black adult.

James H. Ammons Named Provost at Delaware State University

Dr. Ammons served as president of Florida A&M University in Tallahassee from 2007 to 2012. Also, he is the former chancellor of North Carolina Central University. For the past four years, he has been serving as a professor of political science at Florida A&M University.


New Research on the Intra-America Slave Trade to Be Incorporated Into Online Database

Research by Gregory O’Malley, an associate professor of history at the University of California, Santa Cruz, has found that as many as 25 percent of all slaves transported to the New World were later shipped to other ports in the Americas.

Ingrid Thompson-Sellers to Lead South Georgia State College in Douglas

Dr. Thompson-Sellers is a professor of business information systems at Georgia State University in Atlanta and has been serving as senior associate dean at the university. Earlier she taught at Georgia Perimeter College in Decatur and at Iona College in New Rochelle, New York.

Study Finds Racial Disparities in Mental Health Diagnoses and Treatment

A new academic study finds that African Americans are significantly more likely than non-Hispanic White Americans to be diagnosed with schizophrenia and other mental health problems. But African Americans are less likely than Whites to receive medication to treat the conditions.

The NFL Player Pursuing at Ph.D. in Mathematics at MIT

John Urschel, an offensive guard for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League, recently completed his first semester in the mathematics Ph.D. program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He took four courses and had a perfect 4.0 grade point average.


Three Black Educators Announce Their Retirements

Stepping down from teaching positions are Omofolabo Ajayi-Soyinka at the University of Kansas, James F. Densler at the Morehouse School of Medicine, and Randolph J. Johnson at Delaware State University.

MIT Debuts Excellence Through Adversity Award to Honor Robbin Chapman of Wellesley College

Robbin Chapman is the former manager of diversity recruiting at the School of Architecture and Planning at MIT and also served as the inaugural assistant associate provost for faculty equity at the university. She joined the administration of Wellesley College in suburban Boston in 2011.

Duke University Debuts an Online Guide of Julian Abele’s Contributions to Its Campus

African American Julian Abele designed many of the Gothic buildings on the campus of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. Now the university has debuted a new online tour guide of Abele’s contributions to its campus.

Spoken-Word Poetry Address by Black Student at Harvard Becomes an Internet Sensation

Donovan Livingston’s speech, given at the convocation ceremonies of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, examined the obstacles faced by African Americans in pursuing an education in the United States.


The New Albany State University Reorganizes Its Academic Structure

The merger of historically Black Albany State University and Darton State College is expected to be completed by the end of the calendar year. But the Darton name will not fade into history. The Darton College of Health Professions will be one of the five colleges of the new combined institution.

Four Black Scholars in New Faculty Roles

Appointed to new positions are Cheryl Taylore Lee at Ohio State University, Shelby R. Chipman at Florida A&M University, Emmanuel Kwaku Akyeampong at Harvard University, and Renee Cottle at Clemson University.

Bethune-Cookman University Approves Construction of a New Student Center

The four-story, 110,000-square-foot building will consist of a two-story podium containing student services, food services, state-of-the-art wellness facilities, and common areas. The top two stories will be student residential space.

Honors or Awards for Three African American Women at Major Universities

The honorees are Charlotte Baker of Florida A&M University, Shirley T. Frye of North Carolina A&T State University, and Karen Bankston of the College of Nursing at the University of Cincinnati.

FEATURED Job Opportunities

Old Dominion University — University Registrar University of Louisville — Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management and Student Success University of Pennsylvania — Academic Clinician, Division of Infectious Diseases Arkansas Baptist College — President SUNY Oswego — Assistant Director of Trades

Texas Southern University Teams Up With Verizon for STEM Summer Program

The Verizon Minority Male Makers Program @ Texas Southern University is designed to introduce male middle school students from underrepresented groups to the high-tech skills and concepts that will lead them to better career opportunities.

Four African Americans Named to New Administrative Posts in Higher Education

The appointees are Qiana Watson at York College of the City University of New York, Lawrence A.Q. Burnley at the University of Dayton in Ohio, Stacey Nickson at Auburn University in Alabama, and Gerald Hector at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.