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Dr. Brian J. May

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Employment History


  • master's degree , animal science
    Angelo State
  • doctorate , ruminant nutrition
    Texas A&M University
  • bachelor's degree
    Angelo State
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"The continued growth in our College ..., 20 Feb 2015 [cached]
"The continued growth in our College of Graduate Studies is yet another testimonial to the quality of our graduate academic programs, many of which are now available totally online, are receiving national recognition, and are drawing students from outside our region," ASU President Brian May said in the release.
"The increase in freshman enrollment is especially pleasing because it shows that our undergraduate recruitment and retention strategies are continuing to move us in the right direction," May said in the release.
Total graduate and undergraduate semester credit hours for this spring increased to 72,401, compared to last spring's 71,877.
ASU's spring enrollment includes students from 220 Texas counties, 47 states and 29 countries.
Robert Duncan, Texas Tech University System chancellor, congratulated May and his staff for the enrollment increase.
Texas Tech University System, Board of Regents - Texas State Directory Online, 4 Feb 2015 [cached]
Brian J. May, Ph.D. President (325) 942-2073 / 942-2038
Brian May, dean of the ... [cached]
Brian May, dean of the College of Graduate Studies, as well as provost and the university's vice president of academic affairs, has said the growth in graduate student enrollment is linked in part to recruiting among undergraduates.
Dr. Brian May, Angelo ..., 7 Oct 2014 [cached]
Dr. Brian May, Angelo State University
ASU President Brian ..., 6 Mar 2015 [cached]
ASU President Brian May said over the past eight years, ASU has given raises of just 4 percent for that entire time period.
"If I gave a 10 percent raise to everybody, I would still be behind," May said. "Their insurance went up more" than the amount they received a raise for in the past eight years.
May said ASU has made cuts everywhere, including his own salary.
May estimated the economic impact for Frenship at $1 million, adding high school students who take the dual-credit courses will get Carr scholarships to pay for the courses, while teachers will get $2,000 per course. Some teachers could get a $6,000 raise, he said.
"You're going to throw $1 million out of your $8 million to one school district? Regent Francis asked.
"It's over 500 students," May said. "The main advantage is that they will be really in sync with our curriculum."
He said he hopes they will consider coming to ASU on a Carr scholarship after succeeding with the dual-credit courses in high school.
ASU picked particular feeder schools that already had credentialed faculty, May said, adding Frenship already offers core college dual-credit courses to its students.
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