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Matthew Dull named assistant vice chancellor for finance and operations

BOONE—Matthew C. Dull has been named assistant vice chancellor for finance and operations in Appalachian State University’s Division of Student Development. Dull most recently served as director of administrative support services in the division.

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He is a 2005 graduate of Appalachian with a BSBA in management. He earned a master’s degree in public policy from Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College in 2008.

Dull previously served in higher education as the senior associate director of admissions at Appalachian and as director for the University of North Carolina System Fudan University Program in Shanghai, China. He has also provided consulting services to the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, the Ministry of Education of Laos, National University of Laos, USAID in Afghanistan and the Tennessee Department of Human Services.

As the chief financial officer for the Division of Student Development, Dull will provide budgetary leadership and coordination for the division’s 13 departments, institutional financial aid programs and various student organizations. He also will be responsible for providing advisement and leadership for the Renewable Energy Initiative (REI), the division’s assessment and strategic planning efforts, the division’s technology and operations enhancement projects and work directly with financial aid, electronic student services, and the Child Development Center, along with various other responsibilities.

“Time and again, Matt’s comprehensive knowledge of the university, remarkable skill set and constant student advocacy inform and direct the way we work. We are thrilled to have him as a colleague serving in this new role. I am confident that his breadth of experience and collaborative working style will assist the division in serving our students and supporting our staff in their work,” said Cindy Wallace, vice chancellor for student development.

Dull is a graduate of Mount Tabor High School and grew up in Pfafftown.

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