FLORENCE, S.C. – Mike Jordan, a psychology professor at Francis Marion University, has been appointed to an endowed chair at the university.
Jordan has been appointed to the Walter D. Smith Chair in Psychology. This chair is named for FMU’s first president, who served from 1970 to 1983.
Jordan has been a member of the FMU faculty since 1972. He serves as coordinator of the psychology program and as director of institutional research. He was the university’s Distinguished Professor for 2003-2004. He earned the B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees in psychology from Georgia State University.
“Mike Jordan is one of the founding members of the Psychology Department and has ably served it since 1972,” said John Hester, chair of the FMU Psychology Department. “This chair recognizes his exemplary teaching and scholarship. Over the years Mike’s intellect and energy have enriched every aspect of the department’s work.”
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