Charleston Southern University’s (CSU) School of Education has a new VP for enrollment management.
Dr. George Metz was the dean at the School of Education when he was tapped for the new role. He has been with Charleston Southern since 2013. He came to Charleston Southern from Bluffton University in Ohio, where he was a professor of education.
“The Lord has blessed me with the opportunity to not only lead but also to serve at CSU, a faith-filled university recognized for academic excellence,” Metz said. “I am honored, humbled and excited to be appointed in this new role at CSU.”
During his tenure at CSU, Metz has been instrumental in the development of the university’s graduate school. He was also the driving force behind two dual-enrollment programs with two private schools that will soon be available to other schools.
Metz has also worked with officials in Dorchester District Two on an early college program through which students can transfer into four-year programs at CSU.
Previously, Metz worked in marketing and recruitment at Lima Technical College (which is now Rhodes State College).
While CSU searches for Metz’s replacement, Dr. Melanie Reynolds-Murphy will step in as the university’s interim dean for the School of Education.
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