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Dr. Nancy Damron Appointed Vice President for Academic Affairs

Dr. Nancy Damron
University News Accent Summer 2019

President David Spittal announced the appointment of Dr. Nancy L. Damron as Vice President of Academic Affairs effective immediately. Dr. Damron has served in this role in an interim capacity since February 1. Prior to that, she was Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences after serving as Dean of the School of Education.

“Dr. Damron is an outstanding educator and leader who brings a wealth of expertise and experience to this new role,” Spittal said.  “Her commitment to high standards of excellence, quality teaching and learning and innovative programs will support and enhance our university’s strategic goals.”  

Dr. Damron began her career teaching social studies at Blue Valley North High School, Blue Valley West High School and later as District Coordinating Teacher for Social Studies and Diversity Programs.  
In 2017 she was recognized at MNU as Administrator of the Year having gained numerous awards and honors throughout her career including Blue Valley North High School Teacher of the Year in 1999. Dr. Damron is active professionally and has served as a consultant and presenter for many professional organizations and schools.    

Dr. Damron is an alumnus of MNU with a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education – Social Studies and a Master of Arts in Education from the university. She earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Kansas.

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We hope you enjoy this issue of Accent featuring women in leadership. From alumni to students to administration, MNU and the new We Lead initiative seek to empower our graduates.

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