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University of Minnesota names Nationally Recognized Education Leader Darlyne Bailey as Dean of College of Education of Human Development

University of Minnesota President Robert Bruininks and Provost Thomas Sullivan today named Darlyne Bailey the dean of the new College of Education and Human Development (CEHD).
University of Minnesota President Robert Bruininks and Provost Thomas Sullivan today named Darlyne Bailey the dean of the new College of Education and Human Development (CEHD).

Bailey becomes both the first female dean and the first African-American dean of CEHD. She currently serves as vice president for academic affairs and dean of Teachers College, Columbia University. Bailey, a nationally recognized education leader, will start on Oct. 1.

"Bringing in Dr. Bailey as the leader of the College of Education and Human Development is a significant step in the University of Minnesota's journey to become one of the top three public research universities in the world," Bruininks said. "This is a historic moment at the university."

This article appeared on AScribe on May 18th, 2006.

Published Friday, May. 19, 2006

University of Minnesota names Nationally Recognized Education Leader Darlyne Bailey as Dean of College of Education of Human Development

University of Minnesota President Robert Bruininks and Provost Thomas Sullivan today named Darlyne Bailey the dean of the new College of Education and Human Development (CEHD).

Bailey becomes both the first female dean and the first African-American dean of CEHD. She currently serves as vice president for academic affairs and dean of Teachers College, Columbia University. Bailey, a nationally recognized education leader, will start on Oct. 1.

"Bringing in Dr. Bailey as the leader of the College of Education and Human Development is a significant step in the University of Minnesota's journey to become one of the top three public research universities in the world," Bruininks said. "This is a historic moment at the university."

This article appeared on AScribe on May 18th, 2006.

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