Dr. Tim Dosemagen Named Provost of Collins College

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Today Collins College announced that Tim Dosemagen, Ed.D. is named provost of the school effective immediately. Collins College, a school of design and technology, is located in Tempe with a branch campus in Phoenix.

Dr. Dosemagen has extensive scholastic experience, which I am certain will provide Collins College the essentials to continue offering academic excellence

    As provost, Dosemagen is responsible for maintaining innovative educational programs and the academic integrity of the institution. Dosemagen will oversee research, development and implementation of new programs as well as academic oversight to ensure the curriculum remains industry-relevant and in line with emerging trends. Other responsibilities include supervising education compliance with regulatory agencies and managing the academic budget.

"Dr. Dosemagen has extensive scholastic experience, which I am certain will provide Collins College the essentials to continue offering academic excellence," said Joshua Padron, president of Collins College.

Dosemagen's most recent position was director of academic affairs for The University of Phoenix. Dosemagen also served on the faculty of Western International University in Phoenix.

In addition to academic positions, Dosemagen has extensive experience working for social service agencies. Previous jobs include executive director of ABC Child Development, Inc., a California agency that promotes Project Head Start outreach to immigrant communities in eastern Los Angeles County; International director of operations for La Leche League; director of marketing and funding for the American IEF Education Foundation, where he traveled extensively throughout East Asia to promote U.S. educational opportunities; and different positions for the Boy Scouts of America.

Dosemagen served in the United States Air Force for seven years as a cryptologic analyst studying military and industrial entities of the Peoples Republic of China. He speaks and has taught Mandarin Chinese.

Dosemagen has a B.A. in East Asian Studies from the University of Maryland, an M.S. in Human Services from Murray State University in Kentucky and a Ph.D. in Education from Nova Southeastern University in Florida.

About Collins College

Collins College, a school of design and technology, provides students with a career-focused education. Approximately 2,000 students from across the nation attend Collins College. Collins offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in game design, visual arts with a major in game art, graphic design, interior design, film & video production, and a Bachelor of Science in information technology. Associate degrees are offered in information technology, digital video production and graphic design. For more information, visit http://www.collinscollege.edu.

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