Davoud appointed to dean of CEIT

Dr. Mohammad Davoud will step into his position as Founding Dean of CEIT on Nov. 1.

Lindsay Gaskins

Georgia Southern University announced this morning the appointment of Dr. Mohammad Davoud as the first dean of the College of Engineering and Information Technology.

“I am pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Mohammad Davoud to the position of Founding Dean for the Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Information Technology,” Provost Jean Bartels said in an email sent out earlier this morning.

Davoud previously served as interim dean of CEIT and will shed the interim title Nov. 1.

“I am very pleased that he has agreed to take on this new role and am confident he will be a strong leader capable of moving CEIT to its next level of excellence,” Bartels said.

Davoud earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical engineering from Oklahoma State University as well as his Master of Science, according to the email.