Lonnie Williams has been named vice chancellor for variety and neighborhood engagement at Arkansas State College, Chancellor Kelly Damphousse introduced.
Williams, 66, joined Arkansas State College in 2003. He was affiliate vice chancellor for pupil affairs earlier than becoming a member of the chancellor’s workplace in 2017 as particular assistant to the chancellor. Since June 19, 2020, he has been interim vice chancellor for variety and neighborhood engagement, succeeding Maurice Gipson, who accepted an analogous place on the College of Missouri final 12 months.
A local of Stephens in south Arkansas, Williams holds 4 levels from the College of Arkansas, Fayetteville: a bachelor’s diploma in finance and banking from the Sam M. Walton School of Enterprise in 1978, a Grasp of Schooling in 1984, an Instructional Specialist diploma in 1991 and a Physician of Schooling in 2001. He spent 27 years working at UA, together with 12 years as an assistant vice chancellor for pupil affairs.
His annual wage in his new place is $145,927, in response to ASU.
ASU System hires
Henry Torres has been employed because the inaugural vice chairman for info know-how and chief info officer for the Arkansas State College System, President Chuck Welch introduced.
Torres, 57, has been assistant vice chancellor and chief info officer at Arkansas State College in Jonesboro, a job that he’ll proceed to deal with, in response to a information launch. His main workplace location might be on the Jonesboro campus.
He has a bachelor’s diploma from Texas Tech College in Lubbock and a grasp’s diploma from Henderson State College in Arkadelphia (now a part of the ASU System). He’s finishing his PhD in enterprise info methods at Kennesaw State College, a public college with campuses in Kennesaw and Marietta, Ga.
His annual wage for the brand new place is $162,350, in response to ASU System.
The ASU System, based mostly in Little Rock, has practically 34,000 college students on campuses in Arkansas and Queretaro, Mexico, and globally on-line.
Teacher at UAFS
An teacher with the College of Arkansas at Fort Smith is among the many first 21 educators within the nation to earn Geospatial Science and Know-how Educator Certification.
Lisa Cady earned the popularity from the Nationwide Geospatial Know-how Middle of Excellence. She is the primary educator in Arkansas to have the certification.
Cady teaches unmanned aerial methods, animation know-how, and laptop graphic know-how for the UAFS School of Utilized Science and Know-how.
The Geospatial Science and Know-how Educator Certification mission is funded by the Nationwide Science Basis.