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Randall tapped as dean of the New College at Frisco

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Staff report, Denton Record-Chronicle

Wesley Randall, chairman of UNT's Department of Marketing, Logistics and Operations Management who has 30 years of expertise in supply chain and logistics, was named dean of the University of North Texas' New College at Frisco.

In his new role, Randall will help develop curriculum and programming at the New College at Frisco to best serve the needs of its students and industry leaders. In addition, he will work to help UNT continue to expand its presence in Collin County and solidify its partnerships with area community colleges. He also will lead the initiatives at the Collin Higher Education Center in McKinney.

Brenda McCoy, who has served as vice provost for outreach and dean of the New College at Frisco since 2016, was promoted to associate vice president of strategic initiatives and administration in UNT's Division of Enrollment. Under McCoy's leadership, enrollment at the New College at Frisco increased 72 percent from 526 students last spring to 905 students this spring.

Randall's position was effective March 1. He also retains his position as professor of logistics.