PHOTO: Third candidate for dean of Lumpkin

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PHOTO: Third candidate for dean of Lumpkin

Austin Cheney, the associate dean of the Lumpkin College of Business and Technology, was the third candidate to be interviewed for the dean of Lumpkin College of Business and Technology Thursday afternoon in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. He said in his past positions he focused heavily on student engagement. He also talked about values he would bring with the position: engagement, opening dialogue and collaboration, investing in others, planning and execution. “There are many learning experiences probably more enriching in the big picture for those students that happen outside the class room then happen in the classroom. In the classroom is really important, don’t get me wrong, outside the class room really sets the students apart and helps them be really successful in their careers, personal life’s and building relationships.” Cheney said during the interview.

Austin Cheney, the associate dean of the Lumpkin College of Business and Technology, was the third candidate to be interviewed for the dean of Lumpkin College of Business and Technology Thursday afternoon in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. He said in his past positions he focused heavily on student engagement. He also talked about values he would bring with the position: engagement, opening dialogue and collaboration, investing in others, planning and execution. “There are many learning experiences probably more enriching in the big picture for those students that happen outside the class room then happen in the classroom. In the classroom is really important, don’t get me wrong, outside the class room really sets the students apart and helps them be really successful in their careers, personal life’s and building relationships.” Cheney said during the interview.

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Austin Cheney, the associate dean of the Lumpkin College of Business and Technology, was the third candidate to be interviewed for the dean of Lumpkin College of Business and Technology Thursday afternoon in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. He said in his past positions he focused heavily on student engagement. He also talked about values he would bring with the position: engagement, opening dialogue and collaboration, investing in others, planning and execution. “There are many learning experiences probably more enriching in the big picture for those students that happen outside the class room then happen in the classroom. In the classroom is really important, don’t get me wrong, outside the class room really sets the students apart and helps them be really successful in their careers, personal life’s and building relationships.” Cheney said during the interview.

Jordan Boyer

Jordan Boyer

Austin Cheney, the associate dean of the Lumpkin College of Business and Technology, was the third candidate to be interviewed for the dean of Lumpkin College of Business and Technology Thursday afternoon in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. He said in his past positions he focused heavily on student engagement. He also talked about values he would bring with the position: engagement, opening dialogue and collaboration, investing in others, planning and execution. “There are many learning experiences probably more enriching in the big picture for those students that happen outside the class room then happen in the classroom. In the classroom is really important, don’t get me wrong, outside the class room really sets the students apart and helps them be really successful in their careers, personal life’s and building relationships.” Cheney said during the interview.


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