Dr. Wael Zatar, who served as interim dean of Marshall University’s College of Information Technology and Engineering (CITE) the past 8 and a half months, has been named permanent dean of the college, effective May 1.
Dr. Zatar has been at Marshall since 2006. He previously served at the University of Kentucky and West Virginia Tech.
"It’s a great honor and a privilege to be chosen dean of the College of Information Technology and Engineering," Zatar said. "As interim dean I learned a lot and now I am ready to hit the ground running."
"I share my vision with their vision," he said of university administrators. "CITE houses one of the fastest growing programs in the university and I will make sure to put every possible effort to continue CITE’s momentum. I want to advance the college in a way that will match the university mission. I feel well positioned to pursue the CITE mission for educating our students and for graduating professionals who could participate in the economic development of our state and the region."
Congratulations Dean Zatar!
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