CF Dean Presents at National Conference
July 29, 2013
Dr. Stacy Dickson Jr., a graduate and dean at the College of Central Florida, was a featured speaker at the 2013 Summer Alumni Development Workshop of the Council for Resource Development.
Dickson presented “Conversations with Alumni” at the opening session of CRD’s national conference Monday, July 29, in Denver.
Dickson is the dean of Public Service and executive director of the Criminal Justice Institute at CF. He has been employed with the college since 1989 and oversees the Criminal Justice Institute, Law Enforcement Academy, Corrections Academy, Advanced and Specialized Training, Criminal Justice Technology, Fire Science Technology and the Commercial Vehicle Driving School.
Since returning to CF, Dickson has worked closely with the Department of Institutional Advancement to generate support for Criminal Justice scholarships, employee giving campaigns and more.
Dickson served as a U.S. Marine in embassies in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and Tokyo, Japan, from 1975 to 1979. He earned an Associate in Arts from CF in 1983 and continued his education at the University of Central Florida where he earned a Bachelor of Arts. He earned Master of Arts, Educational Specialist, and Doctor of Education degrees at the University of South Florida.
From 1979 to 1989 he was employed by the Marion County Sheriff's Office, serving as communications officer, patrolman, investigator, public information officer, district and watch commander.
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