Tennessee State University President Glenda Glover announced the filling of seven key administrative and academic positions on Friday.
Glover used search committees to find candidates for the jobs.
Two of the new hires come from Jackson State University, where Glover worked before starting at TSU in January.
The changes include:
Mark Hardy was hired as vice president for Academic Affairs. Hardy previously served as provost, vice president for Academic Affairs and professor of Biology at Jackson State University. He also served as dean of the College of Computer Science, Engineering and Technology at JSU.
Gloria Johnson had the “interim” tag removed from her previous title and was hired as dean of the College of Liberal Arts.
Michael Harris was hired as the dean of the College of Public Service and Urban Affairs. Harris served as chancellor and professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, Business and Education at Indiana University Kokomo.
Millicent Lownes-Jackson moved from TSU’s interim provost and executive vice president to a position as the dean of the College of Business.
Alisa Mosley was hired as associate vice president of Academic Affairs. She previously served as executive director for Academic Quality, director for the Center for University Scholars at Jackson State University.
Murle Kenerson was appointed as the interim dean of Libraries. Kenerson currently serves as director of Administrative and User Services at TSU.
Stephanie Bailey will switch from the interim dean of the College of Public Service and Urban Affairs to the director of Public Health Initiatives.
The new hires will join TSU on or about July 1.