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Myron L. Pope, Ed.D.
Vice President of Enrollment Management, University of Central Oklahoma
Myron L. Pope is currently employed at the University of Central Oklahoma as Vice President of Enrollment Management and continues to teach in the African and African-American Studies and the Adult and Higher Education programs at the University of Oklahoma. As an Achieving the Dream Data Coach, Dr. Pope consults with Coastal Bend College presently and Galveston College in South Texas, with a particular interest in student success programming and evaluation.
Prior to his role with Achieving the Dream, Dr. Pope worked in the community college system of Alabama as a Talent Search Counselor, at the University of Alabama as the Director of Recruitment for the College of Education, at the University of Oklahoma as a faculty member in the Adult and Higher Education program, and at the University of Central Oklahoma as Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs. He has conducted a variety of research on higher education related issues, including community college student and administrative issues, minority student concerns, faculty governance issues, and institutional trust.
Dr. Pope is published in scholarly journals and books and also presented regionally, nationally, and internationally on these topics. He has been active on the regional and national levels of ACPA, ASHE, CSCC, and NASPA, as well as serving as a consultant/evaluator with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). Dr. Pope is a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. and is very active in the community as a coordinator of Leadership Edmond, a volunteer coach with the YMCA, a volunteer with the Watch D. O. G. S. program at his children’s school, and as a board member for the Edmond Chamber of Commerce, the YMCA, and the HOPE Center of Edmond.
Educational Background: Dr. Pope attended the University of Alabama and received a bachelor’s degree in history/English and a masters and doctorate in higher education administration.
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