- Associated Press - Tuesday, June 16, 2015

MERIDIAN, Miss. (AP) - Meghan Millea, a finance and economics professor at Mississippi State University’s campus in Meridian, has taken over as interim administrative dean.

Millea fills the MSU-Meridian role most recently held by interim administrative co-deans Julia Hodges and Allison Pearson. Hodges serves the university as associate vice president for academic affairs, and Pearson works as special assistant to the provost and executive vice president.

Millea will manage a student body of 584 and a staff of 73 at two locations, the College Park Campus on Mississippi Highway 19 North and the Riley Campus in downtown Meridian.

Millea joined the faculty at MSU-Meridian in 1998. A University of Nebraska-Lincoln doctoral graduate, her areas of academic specialization include international and labor economics.

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