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    AACTE Board Election Underway Through Nov. 29

    The 2019 election for the AACTE Board of Directors is now underway through November 29. Four seats will be decided via online voting:

    • Two at-large seats
    • One representing the Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education (AILACTE)
    • One representing the Council of Academic Deans from Research Education Institutions (CADREI)

    The slate is as follows:

    Four individuals are running for two at-large seats:

    Chinaka DomNwachukwu
    Dean, College of Education
    California State University, San Bernardino
    Jon Henning
    Dean, School of Education
    Monmouth University
    Jesse Mendez
    Dean, College of Education
    Texas Tech University
    Mary Oling-Sisay Mary Oling-Sisay
    Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
    Humboldt State University

    Two individuals are running for one seat representing the Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education (AILACTE):

    Aarek Farmer Aarek Farmer
    Director, Ed.D. Program in Instructional Leadership
    Freed-Hardeman University
    Kimberly A. White-Smith Kimberly A. White-Smith
    Dean, LaFetra College of Education
    University of La Verne

    Two individuals are running for one seat representing the Council of Academic Deans for Research Education Institutions (CADREI):

    Marvin Lynn Marvin Lynn
    Dean, College of Education
    Portland State University
    Jon Pedersen Jon Pedersen
    Dean, College of Education
    University of South Carolina

    All AACTE Institutional and Chief Representatives are eligible to vote.

    If you are an official AACTE Institutional or Chief Representative, enter the online voting system for the Board Election to vote in the online poll by November 29 (polls close at midnight Eastern Standard Time).

    Remember to vote. Be sure that your voice is heard!


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