Dr. Michael A. de Miranda announced as Interim Dean of College of Education and Human Development
Texas A&M University’s Office of the Provost on Thursday announced Dr. Michael A. de Miranda as Interim Dean of the College of Education and Human Development.
De Miranda joined the college in 2016 as head of the Department of Teaching, Learning & Culture. He holds the Claude Everett, Jr. ’47 Endowed Chair and is a professor in TLAC.
“I remain humbled by the trust that our college community and university leadership have placed in me,” de Miranda said. “It remains my privilege to serve and work alongside each member of this world-class College that is committed to a ‘Culture of Excellence.’”
De Miranda was previously named as Acting Dean after Dr. Joyce Alexander announced she would be returning to her faculty role.
“We are grateful to Dr. de Miranda for his willingness to serve as interim dean,” Dr. Mark H. Weichold, interim provost and executive vice president, said in an email to the campus community.
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