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Dr. James A. Anderson
Dr. James A. Anderson, who comes to FSU from the University of Albany in New York, began his duties as Chancellor of the state's second-oldest public institution on June 9, 2008. The appointment was made by Erskine Bowles, President of the 17-campus University of North Carolina System.
Before coming to FSU Chancellor Anderson served as the University of Albany's Vice President for Student Success and Vice Provost for Institutional Assessment and Diversity. He also was a professor in the department of psychology.
Dr. Thomas E.H. Conway, Jr
Vice Chancellor and Chief of Staff
In July 2008 Dr. Thomas Conway joined the Fayetteville State University (FSU) community as Vice Chancellor and Chief of Staff. In that capacity he is charged with ensuring that the vision of Chancellor James Anderson for FSU is effectively implemented. Coordination of the chancellor's staff and with the other vice chancellors and their units is essential in this role.
Prior to his appointment at FSU Dr. Conway served as Dean of Undergraduate Academic Programs at North Carolina State University.
Dr. Jon Young
Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
A part of the FSU family for nearly 28 years, Young began his career as an Assistant Professor of Humanities from 1981-1988. He was promoted to an associate professor in 1988 and to full professor in 1994. He served as chairman of the Department of Humanities from 1989-91. From 1991-94, Young was acting Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences before being named Director of the University College, a position he held from 1994-2001. Before taking over the helm as Interim Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, he served as Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs since 2005.
Mr. Robert L. Botley
Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance
Prior to relocating to North Carolina in 2004, Mr. Botley served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Edmonds Community College in Lynwood, WA; Budget Officer at Snohornish County Community College in Everett, WA; and Finance Cost Analyst and Industrial Engineer with The Boeing Company in Renton, WA. Mr. Botley also served his alma mater, The University of Puget Sound, as Assistant to the Dean of Students.
Mr. Getchel L. Caldwell II
Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement
Mr. Caldwell joined the Fayetteville State University executive team on May 9, 2012. Prior to FSU, Caldwell was Vice President for Advancement at Tuskegee University for four years. Additionally, Caldwell has held senior level positions at Morris Brown College(Vice President for Advancement and chair of the Management Team); Clark Atlanta University (17 year assignment, Associate Vice President for Community Relations and University Ombudsman, Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement and University Relations); and Johnson C. Smith University (Assistant Vice President for Development). Caldwell brings to FSU nearly 30 years of annual, capital, major gift, and special purpose fundraising experience coupled with public affairs expertise.
Dr. Janice Haynie
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Dr. Haynie previously served as Vice President for Student Affairs at State University of New York (SUNY) College at Old Westbury. Her responsibilities included providing divisional leadership and vision to a comprehensive range of services, procedures and practices related to student affairs and co-curricular development.
Before joining SUNY College at Old Westbury, Dr. Haynie served as Associate Dean for Student Development at Morehouse College where she oversaw a variety of student life initiatives. While at Morehouse College, Dr. Haynie's department received the President's Annual Points of Light Award for volunteer community service for the Morehouse College Mentoring Program.
Mr. Arasu "Nick" Ganesan
Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Telecommunication Services
Mr. Ganesan began his IT career in Higher Education as a Systems Analyst at Embry Riddle University and held a variety of positions, both Academic and administrative. He ended his tenure there as the Executive Director of IT, responsible for all technology operations, in 1998.
During his tenure at Embry-Riddle University, Daytona Beach, Nick and his team were awarded EDUCAUSE's "Excellence in Network" award in 1995. From 1998, Nick served as the Director of IT Infrastructure Services at Stetson University, Deland, FL. In November, 2001, he accepted the position as the first Chief Information Officer at Fayetteville State University. As Vice Chancellor and CIO, Nick oversees the division of Information Technology and Telecommunications Services that supports the academic and administrative operations of the university.
Ms. Wanda Jenkins
Ms. Jenkins began her service as FSU's General Counsel in 1994. Prior to 1994, she served as the Associate University Counsel at North Carolina State University (NCSU) from 1991-93 and again from 1995-96. She returned to FSU as General Counsel in 1996. Jenkins has also worked as a financial analyst at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY and as a business officer at NCSU.
As General Counsel, Jenkins serves as the legal advisor to the University and manages the Office of Legal Affairs, which is responsible for all University matters requiring legal advice, action or representation.
Dr. Edward McLean
Director of Athletics
Dr. Edward McLean is entering his fifth year as Director of Athletics at Fayetteville State University and his 19th year in the athletic arena. He has proven himself to be an effective leader and administrator. During his tenure at FSU, the Broncos have won three CIAA men's golf championships, two women's bowling championships and one volleyball, women's tennis, softball, football, women's basketball each. Four programs have participated in NCAA Regional Playoff games while the golf program advanced to the Division II National Championships.
McLean is the College Division District 3 representative on the Executive Committee for the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and believes that winning in athletics means winning in the classroom. Under McLean's leadership, a Student-Athlete Academic Center was established to provide academic tutors with mandated study halls and an athletic academic advisor. The current retention rate is approximately 90%.
Dr. Bertha Miller
Executive Assistant to the Chancellor for Strategic Initiatives
Dr. Bertha H. Miller serves as Executive Assistant to the Chancellor for Strategic Initiatives. She served as Dean of the School of Education at FSU from 1988-1994, as Acting Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs from 1994-1996, as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences from 1996-2005, as Professor of History from 2005-2007, and as Special Assistant to the Chancellor from 2008-2010. Prior to coming to FSU in 1998, Dr. Miller progressed from Chair of the Department of History at North Carolina A&T State University 1981-84 to Deputy Director of the Bureau of History for the Michigan Department of State 1985-88. She is a member of the Chancellor's Million Dollar Club and an FSU historian.