23 scholars join WSSU faculty

Winston-Salem State University welcomed a dynamic group of 23 new faculty members for the 2016-17 academic year. This exciting group of scholars represents a breadth of experience across multiple disciplines.

“I am thrilled to welcome this fine group of educators to our campus,” said Provost Brenda Allen. “They are joining a thriving community of scholars in the midst of an exciting time on our campus. Our new strategic plan emphasizes the importance of hands-on, high-impact experiences for our students. These new faculty members will join our current faculty in providing a student-centric learning experience for our students.”

Learn more about the new faculty members (PDF)

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