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Chuck Simpson named director of College Union and campus activities at SUNY Upstate Medical University
SYRACUSE, N.Y.— Chuck Simpson has been named director of College Union and campus activities for the Division of Student Affairs at SUNY Upstate Medical University. The announcement was made by Julie White, Ph.D., dean of student affairs.
As director, Simpson will assume a broad range of responsibilities, including developing, implementing and supervising the university’s social, cultural, athletic and educational activities, including management of the Campus Activities Building, advising the Campus Activities Governing Board, the Undergraduate and Graduate Student Councils and the university’s yearbook, The Auricle. He also coordinates and oversees the development and implementation of new student orientation programs, parents’ and family programs and the annual white coat ceremonies.
Simpson joined SUNY Upstate in 1986 as assistant director of campus activities. He holds a bachelor’s degree from SUNY Geneseo and a master’s degree in business administration from SUNY Oswego. In addition to statewide involvement in professional organizations, he is active in the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA), serving as an honorary trustee of the association’s Educational Foundation and as a recipient of the association’s prestigious Founder’s Award. He also holds memberships and is active in the Association of College Unions International (ACUI) and The National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA).
Simpsons resides in Baldwinsville.
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