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Dr. Reynold Verret

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Vice President for Academic Affai...

Phone: (912) ***-****  
Email: v***@***.edu
Local Address: , Georgia, United States
Savannah State University
3219 College Avenue
Savannah , Georgia 31404
United States

Company Description: Established in 1890, SSU is the oldest public HBCU in the state. The university's 3,100 students are enrolled in 23 undergraduate and five graduate degree programs...   more

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  • Ph.D.
  • doctorate , biochemistry
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • bachelor's degree , biochemistry
    Columbia University
  • bachelor’s degree , biochemistry
    Columbia University
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  • The next president of Xavier University will be Dr. Reynold Verret, the university announced last week. Verret is the vice president for academic affairs at Savannah State University in Georgia.
Advisory Board | National Association of Haitian Professionals, 14 Oct 2014 [cached]
Dr. C. Reynold Verret, Ph.D Member of the Advisory Board
Chief Academic Officer Savannah State University
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Dr. Verret presently serves as chief academic officer at Savannah State University. He works with the President and members of the Cabinet to achieve strategic goals of the university and provides vision and leadership to assure that academic priorities are addressed and implemented. These include academic success of students and enhancement of academic programs and promotion of cooperative relationships with neighboring institution and other partners.
As Provost at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania and as Dean of the Misher College of Arts and Sciences University of the Sciences in Philadelphia and Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, he led the revisions of university-wide general education curricula, developed study abroad programs, established collaborative agreements with neighboring institutions at the K-12 and higher education levels, instituted new academic programs and oversaw the relocation of major programs to a new science and technology center. Dr. Verret also served on faculty at Tulane University and also at Clark Atlanta University, where he was also chair of the department of chemistry.
As a biochemist and immunologist, Dr. Verret's research has addressed the cytotoxicity of immune cells, and on biosensors and biomarkers. He has published in the fields of biological chemistry and immunology. At the University of the Sciences, he and other colleagues established a knowledge network on social exclusion in support of the Commission on Social Determinants of Health within the World Health Organization.
Throughout his career, he has worked to increase the number of US students pursuing advanced study in the STEM disciplines, especially from underrepresented groups. He has labored to mitigate the shortage of qualified science and math teachers in K-12.
He has served on many professional organizations and advisory bodies, including study sections of the National Institutes of Health and currently on the Board of the Pennsylvania Humanities Council. He has received awards and fellowships for teaching and scholarship.
Educated by the Sisters of St. Joseph at Nativity of Our Blessed Lord in the Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood of New York and by the Jesuits at Brooklyn Preparatory, Dr. Verret went on to receive his undergraduate degree cum laude in biochemistry from Columbia University and the Ph.D. in biochemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. To these, were added postdoctoral experiences as fellow at the Howard Hughes Institute for Immunology at Yale and Center for Cancer Research at MIT.
PHC: Board Biographies, 15 Sept 2011 [cached]
C. Reynold Verret
C. Reynold Verret is Provost at Wilkes University. Previously, he served as Dean of the Misher College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of the Sciences, Philadelphia. Reynold is interested in the connection between the humanities and the sciences. Before coming to Pennsylvania, he chaired the Department of Chemistry at Clark Atlanta University, while also serving as Adjunct Professor of Immunology at Morehouse School of Medicine. Author of scholarly articles in biochemistry, he serves on advisory panels for the National Institutes of Health and other governmental bodies. He was awarded the SAIC Award for Academic Excellence and Student Mentoring in 1999. Reynold speaks several languages, including French, Haitian Creole and Spanish. He holds a BA in biochemistry from Columbia University and a PhD in biological chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Wilkes University Provost ..., 5 Feb 2012 [cached]
Wilkes University Provost Reynold Verret announced the dean's list for fall 2011.
Dr. Reynold ..., 11 Jan 2013 [cached]
Dr. Reynold Verret Vice President for Academic Affairs
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