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Washam Becomes Acting Dean for Griffin College of Business

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April 30, 2018

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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. # # #
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