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Dr. Charles A. Hines Ph.D.

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  • Ph.D.
  • Howard University
  • U.S. Army Infantry School for Infantry Officer Orientation Course
  • the United States Army War College
  • Michigan State University
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Defender Network Top News Headlines » Defender Network, 23 Jan 2012 [cached]
Dr. Charles A. Hines, who served as president of Prairie View A&M University from 1994 to 2002, died July 4.
Title III Administrators - Historically Black Colleges and Universities, 7 Dec 2010 [cached]
Member Charles A. Hines President/CEO, Prairie View University Prairie View, TX (202) 502-7900
homepage, 11 May 2000 [cached]
Major General (Ret) Charles A. Hines, Ph.D., US Army, passed away on July 4, 2013 in Cypress, Texas. He leaves to mourn his passing his loving wife, Veronica; four sons and three daughters; three sisters, one brother and 13 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Monday, July 22nd at Asbury United Methodist Church, 11th & K. St., NW. The family will greet friends from 10am until the 11am funeral service. Interment at Arlington National Cemetery will be announced at a later date. (
Major General (MG) Charles A. Hines was born on September 4, 1935 and raised in Washington, DC. He enlisted in the United States (U.S.) Army in 1954 and served through 1957. He then went to Howard University and was commissioned in 1962 through the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC). Following graduation, he went to the U.S. Army Infantry School for Infantry Officer Orientation Course. Hines was stationed in Vietnam from 1966-1967 as Operations Officer, Office of the Provost Marshal, with the 90th Military Police Detachment. When the Women in the Army Policy Review Group was formed in 1981, Hines served as the deputy director then director. From 1983-1985, Hines was Commander, 14th Military Police Brigade and Provost Marshal, VII Corps, U.S. Army Europe. From 1985-1987, he served as Director, Office Personnel Management Directorate, U.S. Army Military Personnel Center. When Hines took command of Fort McClellan in July 1989, he became the first black commander of a military installation in the South. In 1991, Governor Guy Hunt awarded Hines the Alabama Distinguished Service Medal for his contributions to the Alabama National Guard at Fort McClellan.
When Hines retired in 1994, he returned to his hometown to serve as Director of Health and Security at the Smithsonian Institution. Hines served as President of Prairie View A&M University from 1994 until 2002, and most recently, adjunct professor at Lone Star College. Hines also attended Michigan State University, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and the United States Army War College.
HOUSTON TECHNOLOGY CENTER ADDS TWO TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS - 04-19-2002 : Houston Technology in Hou... Houston Technology Center, 19 April 2002 [cached]
Charles Hines, Ph.D., president, Prairie View A&M University; | Houston | Local News, 19 April 2002 [cached]
According to the lawsuit, filed in federal court Thursday in Houston, Prairie View A&M President Charles Hines isn't acting alone.The lawsuit says Hines, who is black, is doing the bidding of the Texas A&M System and Prairie View A&M, which are also named in the lawsuit.
"African-Americans who step out of line are quickly, and sometimes ruthlessly, suppressed or even eliminated from the system," the lawsuit reads."Hines, acting as the enforcer for the racially bigoted system, does his part to please his bosses up in College Station at the system by helping to keep the blacks down.
"Hines and the system were motivated at least in part by racial animus against African-Americans, particularly those who refuse to ignore the past and accept Hines' and the system's version of history and their place in it."
Neither Hines nor other Prairie View A&M officials would comment on the lawsuit, a university spokeswoman said Thursday.
The Texas A&M System also declined comment.
Aluka, a native of Nigeria, also alleges Hines racially discriminated against him.
The plaintiffs are seeking attorneys fees, court costs and damages from Hines, the university and the A&M system.
The lawsuit contained allegations against Hines, the university and the A&M system.
Judd claimed Hines set out to ruin his career after the physicist criticized Hines.
Judd also alleged Hines racially discriminated against him, violated his freedom of speech and defamed the nationally recognized physicist.
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