Request Line: (870) 277-1080 [email protected]
Text Your Gift to KLEK1 to 44-321 LEARN MORE

Your Community Radio Station is possible thanks to this supporter!  Become an underwriter.

Washam Becomes Acting Dean for Griffin College of Business

Written by Press Release

April 30, 2018

[header_NewsRelease_002]
Washam Becomes Acting Dean for Griffin College of Business
4/30/2018 JONESBORO – Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs Dr. Jim Washam will take over as the acting dean of the Neil Griffin College of Business effective May 1, Arkansas State University Provost Dr. Lynita Cooksey announced today. Washam, also an associate professor of finance, will serve as acting dean for Griffin College until the current national search for a permanent Griffin dean is complete. Interim Dean Kathy Loyd is stepping down at the close of this semester, but will continue as the director of the Women’s Business Leadership Center. “I appreciate the work Kathy has done for Arkansas State the past academic year, and look forward to her continued influence for our Women’s Business Leadership Center,” Cooksey said. Washam joined Arkansas State in 1987, and in past roles served as the department chair for economics and finance, as well as department of accounting, finance and law. A leading scholar in the area of treasury management, his seminars across North America have attracted major corporate participants ranging from ScotiaBank and JP Morgan Chase to Google and General Electric. # # #
This and other news releases also available at: AState.edu/News<www.astate.edu/news>
University Communications Arkansas State University [email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>
“Arkansas State University educates leaders, enhances intellectual growth and enriches lives.”


0 0 vote
Article Rating

Related Articles

ASU Board Hears Update on ‘Remarkable’ Campus Pandemic Efforts  

ASU Board Hears Update on ‘Remarkable’ Campus Pandemic Efforts   12/04/2020 LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas State University System campuses “have done a remarkable job” handling safety challenges during the COVID-19 Read more

65th Anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott

On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks, who was a member of the NAACP,refused to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery bus. Shewas arrested and fined. Read more

COVID-19 Adjustments at City of Jonesboro

Some City departments are adjusting practices to help with fighting the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak in Jonesboro and Craighead County. Through the coming weeks, non-first responders are working remotely Read more

Arvest Foundation Donates $10,000 to Arkansas State University System Foundation

12/01/2020 Kevin Hufstedler, community bank president of Arvest Bank in Northeast Arkansas, and Kelly Damphousse, A-State chancellor  JONESBORO – The Arkansas State University System Foundation recently received a donation in the amount Read more

Comments

Subscribe
Notify of
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Your Community Radio Station is possible thanks to this supporter!  Become an underwriter.

Pin It on Pinterest