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Written by Amanda Clements

ALBANY – Darton State College announced today the appointment of Frank Malinowski as interim assistant vice president for enrollment management (AVP) effective February 3.  As interim AVP for enrollment, Malinowski will be responsible for the oversight of the departments of admissions, financial aid, and registrar. This strategic role will enable Darton State to create a comprehensive enrollment management plan aimed at significantly improving retention, progression, and graduation of students.

Frank Malinowski

Dr. Paul Jones, interim president states, “Malinowski’s experience as a faculty member and administrator will serve Darton State well as we provide a greater focus on student success. His strong ability to lead and coordinate support across campus is vital to the overall success of these efforts. I also believe his knowledge and understanding of technology will add tremendous value to this new division.”

Since 2010, Malinowski has served as interim Dean and permanent Dean of Science and Mathematics at Darton State. He serves as the advisor for Phi Theta Kappa and has served on several committees. He was named to the Georgia College Personnel Association’s 2013-14 Student Affairs Foundations Institute and was in the University System of Georgia Executive Leadership Institute Scholars’ program in 2011.

Malinowski holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in computer science from Armstrong Atlantic State University. He has recently been accepted into the doctoral program in student affairs at the University of Georgia.

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