Young named assistant dean of MSU’s College of Business

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Studio portrait of Vincent L. Young
Vincent L. Young (Photo by Beth Wynn)

STARKVILLE, Miss.—A longtime academic coordinator in Mississippi State’s College of Business is now an assistant dean.

In his new role since June 1, Vincent L. Young is overseeing the College of Business Academic Advising Center. Past MSU positions have given him experience in advising current and prospective students, evaluating academic records, coordinating student events and collaborating with college administrators, advisors, students and parents. He also has worked professionally in the real estate industry.

“In this new position as assistant dean, Vincent Young will play a critical role in supporting undergraduates in the College of Business and contribute to MSU’s emphasis on student success. He has substantial experience working with business undergraduates and is a valuable addition to the college’s leadership team,” said Kevin Rogers, associate dean and professor of finance and economics.

Young is a graduate of East Mississippi Community College and earned bachelor’s degrees in finance and real estate finance from MSU in 2013. He is a 2015 MSU Master of Public Policy and Administration graduate and currently is pursuing a Ph.D.

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