Crandall welcomes new faculty member for International Academic Programs

Crandall welcomes new faculty member for International Academic Programs

Posted in on January 14, 2020

International Academic Programs at Crandall University are continuing to grow, and Crandall is pleased to announce Dr. Dieu Hack-Polay as the newest member of the faculty to teach in these programs.

Dr. Hack-Polay brings with him a wealth of education and experience, including Doctorates in Education (University of Lincoln, UK) and Sociology (University of Surrey, UK), as well as Master’s degrees in Human Resource Management (London Metropolitan University, UK) and Sociology (University of Greenwich, UK), and a Bachelor of Science with a focus on Psychology (Open University, UK).

He comes to Crandall most recently from the University of Lincoln in the UK, where he taught in social sciences and Organizational Studies. In addition to his vast experience across the pond and beyond, Dr. Hack-Polay has taught courses in Atlantic Canada at Acadia University, Université Sainte Anne, and Fredericton University.

“Dr. Hack-Polay’s expertise and experience with international students make him a valuable asset to our growing programs,” said Dr. Dannie Brown, Dean of International Academic Programs. “I’m excited to be working with a man of his passion, and I know he brings a lot to the table that will help us grow even further!”

Welcome to Crandall University, Dr. Hack-Polay!

Dr. Dannie Brown and Dr. Dieu Hack-Polay

Dr. Dannie Brown, Dean of International Academic Programs (left) and Dr. Dieu Hack-Polay, new Assistant Professor of Business in the International Academic Programs (right)


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