Four African Americans Who Are Leaving Their High-Level Posts at State Universities

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Ellen Smiley, provost at Grambling State University in Louisiana, has resigned from her university-wide leadership position to focus on her role as dean of the Earl Lester Cole Honors College. She first joined Grambling State in 1991 and has held various administrative and faculty appointments over the course of her career. Dr. Smiley holds a bachelor’s degree in radio and television communication and a master’s degree in teaching with an emphasis on sociology both from Grambling State University, and a doctorate in higher education administration from the University of Arkansas at...

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