Two Scholars in New Teaching Roles Filed in Appointments, Faculty on March 14, 2014

March 2014
Journal of Blacks in Higher Education (BruCon Publishing Co.);3/20/2014, p13
The article announces the appointments of Brian K. Gibbs as assistant professor in the department of family and community medicine at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center and Laricka R. Wingate as director of the Center for Africana Studies at Oklahoma State University.


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