Dr. Joan M. Prince Appointed To University of Wisconsin System Board Of Regents
MADISON, Wis. — The University of Wisconsin is welcoming a new member to its board of regents.
Governor Tony Evers is appointing Dr. Joan M. Prince as a regent after Tracey Klein resigned last year. Prince has 4 degrees from UW-Milwaukee.
A press release says that Prince “was the first African American to hold undergraduate and graduate degrees in clinical laboratory medicine with a specialty in flow cytometry and hematology and a doctorate in medical science education from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.”
She was also appointed by former President Obama to a role in the United Nations and has also served as a Vice Chancellor and Assocaite Professor during her academic career.