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Mark M. Hall is CCCC's new Chatham Provost

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Click to enlarge,  Mark M. Hall is the Central Carolina Community College Provost for Chatham County.

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Mark M. Hall is the Central Carolina Community College Provost for Chatham County.

11.04.2014Admin, Faculty & StaffCollege & CommunityCollege GeneralFoundation

PITTSBORO - Mark M. Hall is Central Carolina Community College's new Provost for Chatham County.

Hall has been at the college since January 2005 and became lead instructor of the Humanities Department in 2008.

"Mark is well suited for the position of Provost," says CCCC President Dr. Bud Marchant. "He has demonstrated his drive and leadership abilities with his work with C-STEP and Phi Theta Kappa."

Hall has been the C-STEP Program advisor/coordinator since 2011, which includes advising transfer students to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has been a chapter advisor to the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society since 2009, and has served as Faculty Writing Mentor for the college's Quality Enhancement Plan.

Hall's duties as Provost include overseeing operations management of CCCC's Chatham County sites; supervising faculty and staff; advancing programs for the college in Chatham County; fostering partnerships with community organizations, secondary education schools, and county and municipal officials and offices; and acting as Dean of Sustainable Programs.

Hall's civic and community associations include the Chatham County Chamber of Commerce, the Chatham Economic Development Corporation, Friends of the Library Advisory Board, Leadership Chatham, the Siler City Rotary Club, and the Chatham YMCA Advisory Board.

"I am privileged to have worked with the faculty and staff of CCCC for almost a decade, and I look forward to working with them here in Chatham County for years to come," says Hall. "It is an exciting time to be in Chatham County, and I appreciate the community's great support of the college."

Hall received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Appalachian State University and a Master of Arts in English and American Literature from North Carolina State University. He currently is pursuing a Doctorate of Philosophy in Leadership, Policy and Adult & Higher Education from North Carolina State University.

Hall has served as an adjunct instructor part-time at Campbell University. He also has been a part-time instructor at Wake Technical Community College, a part-time teacher/research assistant at North Carolina State University, and a teacher at Middle Creek High School in Apex.

Hall's professional associations include the North Carolina Conference of English Instructors and the College Transfer Program Association. He is a member of the following academic fraternities: Alpha Chi Honors Fraternity, Gamma Beta Phi Honors Fraternity and Psi Chi Psychology Honors Fraternity.

Hall and his wife, Hilary, have three children.