Pfeiffer University News
Pfeiffer appoints Felts to lead its Triangle campus
- Published on Thursday, August 12, 2010 ( 11:42 am )
Bennie Lee Felts, who has served as a faculty member at several colleges in the Research Triangle Park area, has been named director of Pfeiffer University's Triangle campus.
Felts replaces Brad Frazier, former Triangle director who will serve as associate professor of leadership on the Charlotte campus. As director of the Triangle campus, Felts (pictured right) will be responsible for planning and implementing recruiting efforts, developing relationships within the local business and government communities in the Triangle area and assisting with the recruitment of faculty for the campus. Additionally, Felts will provide guidance to new and current students and aid in the development of course schedules.
Prior to the post at Pfeiffer, Felts most recently served as an adjunct professor at Peace College. He taught leadership in organizations for the adult evening program. He also served as an adjunct and associate professor at DeVry University in Morrisville, N.C., where he taught and advised students. Felts has also had similar roles as a member of the faculty at Mount Olive College in Mount Olive, N.C., Elon University in Elon, N.C., and Alamance Community College in Graham, N.C.
Felts' professional experience goes well beyond the classroom. He serves as the president of Felts & Associates Consulting Group LLC in Burlington. He also is a retired law enforcement officer who served as a Deputy Chief of Police in Burlington, and he has served in several law enforcement-affiliated professional associations. An avid volunteer in his community, Felts is a past president of the Alamance Rotary Club, Alamance County Human Relations Council, Alamance County Family Abuse Services and a graduate of the Alamance County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Alamance, where he formerly served on the program's steering committee.
Felts earned his Master of Business Administration degree from Elon University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from N.C. Central University in Durham.
Pfeiffer University is a comprehensive United Methodist-related university, with multiple campuses, including Charlotte and the Triangle, committed to educational excellence, service, and scholarship. Please visit us on the web at www.pfeiffer.edu.
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