Moyd named associate vice chancellor for student affairs at FSU
Gregory E. Moyd has been named associate vice chancellor for student affairs at Fayetteville State University effective Aug. 1, the university said in a release.
Moyd served as assistant vice chancellor for student affairs for nearly three decades, the university said.
In his new position, Moyd will provide leadership in the design, implementation, evaluation, administration and management of policies, programs and initiatives related to student affairs, the release said.
He also will oversee all student affairs emergency preparedness management initiatives.
“Mr. Moyd’s experience and abilities combined with 27 years of institutional knowledge in the Division of Student Affairs at Fayetteville State University distinguish him as the leader FSU needs to successfully implement key initiatives and ensure efficient and successful implementation of pressing projects,’’ Juanette Council, vice chancellor for student affairs, said in the release.
Moyd joined the Division of Student Affairs in 1994. He has served as assistant director of student activities and the student center, director of student activities and the student center, and assistant vice chancellor for student affairs. He spent 20 years in the military as an Air Force officer on active duty and in the reserves.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Fayetteville State in 1989 and a master’s in public administration with a concentration in emergency management from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke in 2018.
“As an FSU alumnus, this is an extremely exciting time to be a Bronco,” Moyd said. “I look forward to further enhancing the student experience and building on the rich legacy of Fayetteville State University.”
Cumberland County Schools seeking literacy tutors
The N.C. Education Corps is recruiting high-impact literacy tutors to work with students in Cumberland County Schools for the 2022-23 school year.
The corps members are employed by the school system to serve as part-time literacy tutors in classrooms, according to a release from the school system.
Tutors receive training and support from the N.C. Education Corps and the school system. The pay rate ranges from $15 to $25 per hour depending on experience, the release said.
The school system said an ideal tutor is someone who is:
Those who are interested in becoming a tutor or to learn more about the program, go to nceducationcorps.org/application.
Bora named associate vice chancellor for research and innovation at FSU
Ganesh Bora has been named associate vice chancellor for research and innovation at Fayetteville State University effective Aug. 1, the university said in a release.
Bora previously worked at the United States Department of Agriculture, where he served as the national program leader of data science and biological engineering at the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture, the release said.
“Fayetteville State is thrilled to welcome Dr. Bora to lead our research and innovation initiatives,” Monica T. Leach, provost and senior vice chancellor for academic affairs, said in the release. “Dr. Bora joins the team at an exciting time for FSU as we continue to expand the research enterprise at the university. We are confident his expertise will lead to an even greater number of grants and federal/state research opportunities for our faculty and will assist in enriching our students’ experience."
NIFA is the grant funding agency of the USDA where Bora led several programs. He also previously served as a tenured faculty member at Mississippi State University and North Dakota State University, the university said.
“Dr. Bora brings a wealth of global expertise in state-of-the-art research methodologies and engineering innovation that will help move FSU’s burgeoning research enterprise forward,” FSU Chancellor Darrell T. Allison said in the release. “Innovation and collaboration are deeply rooted in the culture of FSU, and we are delighted to welcome a scholar of Dr. Bora’s caliber to our campus to grow that enterprise and create even more opportunities for our faculty and students.”