Dr. Bruce King
"Dr. Bruce King's employment with Southeastern Oklahoma State University since 1998 included stints as an advisor, academic coordinator, dean, associate dean, and executive director for the Center for Student Success and Native American Center. He is a member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma."
Prior to his retirement in December 2017, Dr. Bruce King held several administrative positions at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. He served on a number of university and community committees, and is actively involved as a board member of the Museum of the Red River in Idabel, Oklahoma. Before joining Southeastern, he taught high school english and psychology. He has also taught at several colleges and universities in the areas of english, education, and student development.
He earned his B.A. and M.Ed. degrees from East Central University and his Ed.D. degree from Texas A&M University-Commerce. He also attended the University of Oklahoma for postgraduate education in Native American Studies. His areas of interest include developing emerging leaders, student transfer and retention, and teacher education training.
Currently, Dr. King holds the position of Dean of Fine Arts, Languages, Social Sciences, and e-Learning at North Central Texas College.
Dr. King and his family live in Denton, Texas. He enjoys traveling, reading, history, running and hiking. His hobbies include visiting American Civil War historic sites.