Indiana State Names New Dean
Indiana State University has named a new dean of students. Andy Morgan, who has served as acting associate dean of students at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale since 2013, will begin his new role on April 1.
Morgan’s position will give him direct oversight of the Charles E. Brown African American Cultural Center, Student Conduct and Integrity, Student Counseling Center, Dean of Students Office and Multicultural Services and Programs.
"Dr. Morgan’s education, experience and focus on the student experience made him a leading candidate for this position," said Willie Banks, vice president for student affairs at Indiana State. "I am thrilled to welcome Dr. Morgan to the Sycamore family and look forward to working with him to enhance the student experience at Indiana State University."
Morgan is a member of the Higher Learning Commission. The fraternity and sorority community at SIU created the Dr. Robert Andrew Morgan Alumni Engagement Award in 2015 in recognition of Morgan’s service, leadership and civic engagement.
"I am very excited to join the ISU family," Morgan said. "This is a great school and has a lot to offer. I am very impressed with the university’s leadership, staff, and students and look forward to working collaboratively with all of them to continue to better ISU and the Terre Haute community."