In the wake of the resignation of Dr. Frederick Asinor, DSU President Harry Williams has appointed Dr. Marshà Horton as the interim dean of the University’s College of Education, Health and Public Policy.
Horton will begin her post as the new interim dean effective August 19.
Asinor resigned last week after it was learned that while he was working at Clemson University in South Carolina over 20 years ago, he was convicted on forgery and embezzlement charges.
Dr. Williams says one of the University’s immediate priorities has been to ensure that the College has the top leadership it needs for the fall to guide its excellent degree programs for its students.
Dr. Horton most recently served one year as a dean and associate professor at Virginia Union University’s School of Education, Psychology and Interdisciplinary Studies.
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