UMO Professor Elected as Officer of ACBSP Southeastern Region Board
MOUNT OLIVE- Dr. Norm Crumpacker was recently elected as an officer of the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) Region 3 (Southeastern Region). Crumpacker serves as University of Mount Olive (UMO) Tillman School of Business (TSB) Department Chair of Business Analytics and Computer Information Systems and Assistant Professor of Management.
During Crumpacker’s four-year term he will serve as Secretary, President-elect, President, and Immediate Past-President. As President, Dr. Crumpacker will coordinate the ACBSP Region 3 (Southeastern Region) Conference in 2020. As Immediate Past-President, he will serve on the Council of Regional Chairs.
“It is an honor and privilege to serve, and I truly appreciate the opportunity to contribute,” Crumpacker shared.
In addition to his election, Crumpacker received the “Best of the Region” award. His presentation covered the TSB’s Entrepreneurship and Elevator Pitch Competition. Crumpacker will give his presentation again at the National Conference in Houston, TX next year.
Crumpacker already has leadership experience in several areas, including his positions as Chair of the Honors Program, President of the North Carolina Honors Association, and Academic Advisor for Phi Beta Lambda and Delta Mu Delta.
“I hope to assist and well-represent the ACBSP Southeastern Region in any way that I can,” Crumpacker said. “I also hope to well-represent the University of Mount Olive and the Tillman School of Business. As I continue to learn and grow, I anticipate making a positive contribution to both the Southeastern Region and the ACBSP Organization.”
The University of Mount Olive is a private institution rooted in the liberal arts tradition with defining Christian values. The University, sponsored by the Convention of Original Free Will Baptists, has locations in Mount Olive, New Bern, Wilmington, Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, Research Triangle Park, Washington, Jacksonville, in Smithfield at Johnston Community College, and online. For more information, visit www.umo.edu.