Dr. Stephen Summers has been named associate vice president, School of Arts and Sciences at Seminole State.
Summers, who has been with Seminole State for almost 20 years, had been serving as associate dean for Physical Sciences since 2007.
Dr. Laura Ross, vice president of Academic Affairs, announced Summers’ appointment in an email to Seminole State employees on Dec. 7.
Summers earned a doctorate in chemistry from the University of Florida in 1994 and a B.A. in chemistry, with a minor in English literature, from DePauw University in 1990. He began teaching chemistry at Seminole State in 1994.
Summers succeeds Dr. Laura Ross, who was named vice president of Academic Affairs in August.
As AVP, Summers is responsible for overseeing the College’s core academic courses and faculty in programs that help students to develop philosophical, ethical, scientific and artistic knowledge.
Summers’ appointment is subject to approval by the College’s Board of Trustees.
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