San Diego’s National University has named New York State educator Dr. Alfred Ntoko as dean of its School of Business and Management.
“We are pleased to welcome Dr. Ntoko to National University as we identify new opportunities locally and nationally to build on the successes of our business school programs,” said Dr. Gangaram Singh, National University provost. “Dr. Ntoko brings an extensive background in academic leadership and business school management to his new position, along with an impressive body of scholarship in international finance, all areas that will clearly benefit our students and wider university community.”
At Empire State College, Ntoko directed all online and on-campus academic programs, and supervised programs for veterans and active-duty military students. National University officials said his background fits well with the San Diego institution’s commitment to serving adult learners, including those with military backgrounds. Ntoko also has a strong background in fundraising and shared governance, as well as global programs.
Prior to working at Empire State College, Dr. Ntoko served at the City University of New York, Kean University in New Jersey and Texas A&M University.
“I’m honored to join National University,” said Ntoko. “The School of Business and Management has outstanding faculty, a strong alumni base, and extremely accessible curricula. I look forward to building upon that foundation and expanding relations with business and industry in the various communities we serve.”
Founded in 1971, National University is one of the largest private, nonprofit universities in California with more than 150,000 alumni.
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