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Angie Gaines named Vice President of Academic Affairs

Published on February 1, 2021

State Tech names Angie Gaines as Vice President of Academic Affairs

Linn MO

The State Technical College of Missouri has named Angie Gaines as the Vice President of Academic Affairs. Gaines was named the Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs back in July of 2020.

Gaines is also currently the Director of Professional Development at State Tech. The announcement came from State Tech President Dr. Shawn Strong during State Tech’s last board of Regents meeting.

Gaines has a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degrees in English from Truman State University. She has more than 25 years in education including; 8 years in corporate training and 17 years in higher education, including the past 12 at State Tech.

“I’m excited about this opportunity to support Academic Affairs more broadly as State Tech continues to empower students through our mission of preparation for profitable employment and a life of learning. As a career educator, I believe in the power of education to transform lives. State Tech’s dedicated faculty and staff enable that transformation each day. It is a privilege to work together to make a difference,” said Gaines.

Angie Gaines will replaced outgoing Vice-President of Academic Affairs Mrs. Vicki Schwinke who announced her plans to retire last year after 27 years at State Tech.

For additional information, please contact Brandon McElwain at 573-897-5351.

 

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