Printed: September 8, 2022
Ohio College Government Vice President and Provost Elizabeth Sayrs has introduced that Dr. Lewatis McNeal has been named the brand new Vice Provost for Regional Greater Training and Partnerships.
McNeal, who will start at OHIO on Oct. 3, replaces Dr. Nicole Pennington, who introduced her intention earlier this yr to step down as government dean and Southern Campus dean to return to the Faculty of Nursing school.
McNeal served because the affiliate dean for administration and variety and educating affiliate professor of public well being within the Faculty of Training and Well being Professions on the College of Arkansas since 2020. He has held a number of roles in larger training administration in his profession, together with affiliate dean/medical affiliate professor of public well being and appearing dean of the Faculty of Training Human Companies at Northern Kentucky College, assistant dean for administration, inclusive excellence and particular tasks at Northern Kentucky College, and affiliate dean of pupil affairs at Owensboro Neighborhood and Technical Faculty.
He earned his Ph.D. in well being promotion and behavioral sciences from the College of Louisville, M.P.H. in public well being training from Western Kentucky College and B.S. in diet/dietetics from the College of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
“Dr. McNeal might be a robust advocate for college students and group companions all through southern Ohio,” Sayrs stated. “His information and expertise will profit the college and employees on our regional campuses, and he’ll work carefully with the Athens and regional campus deans to create progressive packages to satisfy the tutorial wants of our area.”
“I wish to thank Dr. Pennington for her management throughout this era of transition,” Sayrs stated. “She has been a tireless advocate for regional larger training, and I do know she might be an asset to the Faculty of Nursing.”
For extra data on OHIO’s regional campuses and the progressive packages they provide to college students all through the area, see the Regional Greater Training web site.