Three Women Scholars Announce Their Retirements

Sandra J. DeLoatch, the founding chair of the department of computer science at Norfolk State University in Virginia, has retired after teaching for more than 40 years. During her time on the faculty, she served as dean of the College of Science, Engineering, and Technology, provost and vice president for academic affairs, and as acting president of the university.

Dr. DeLoatch holds master’s degrees from the University of Michigan and the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. She earned her Ph.D. at Indiana University.

Susan Grover, vice provost for academic and faculty affairs at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, has announced that she will retire at the end of the academic year. Professor Grover joined the faculty at the William & Mary Law School in 1988 and was named vice provost in 2014.

Professor Grover is a graduate of Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia, where she majored in English. She earned her law degree at Georgetown University.

Sue Day-Perroots, associate provost for undergraduate academic affairs at West Virginia University, announced that she will retire on August 1, after a 34-year career at the university. She joined the university in 1983 and taught English and language arts courses. In 1993, she was appointed director of extended learning and later dean of extended learning.

Dr. Day-Perroots is a graduate of Fairmont State University in West Virginia, where she majored in education. She holds a master’s degree and an educational doctorate from West Virginia University.

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