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Hector M. Molina

Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Telecommunications Services and Chief Information Officer, Fayetteville State University

Hector M. Molina, DBA, is FSU’s Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Telecommunications Services and Chief Information Officer. Dr. Molina is responsible for overseeing a division of 45 IT and administration professional

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Feb 3, 2023

FSU Equips Students with 21st Century Digital Literacy Skills

Fayetteville State University’s Division of Information Technology Services works with faculty to empower students with digital literacy skills that help them explore their creativity and gain a competitive edge as job-seekers.FSU is proud to be desi

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