Dr. Robert E. Millette is a native of Grenada, West Indies.
During his tenure in higher education, he has served as a professor,
chair of Sociology for over ten years, and chair of the Social
Science Division for four years. He has taught and published in
areas such as Caribbean Diplomacy, Marriage and the Family, Sociological
Theory, and Crime and Delinquency. From August 1, 1995, to December
18, 1998, he served as the Permanent Representative of Grenada
to the United Nations.
In January 2000, he was appointed Director of the Global Studies
Institute. He was one of the founders of the Institute and is
emphatic about achieving its goals and objectives. Director’s
Statement "Lincoln University, because of its history, geographical
location, academic reputation and international connections,
is well placed to make significant contributions in areas such
as world peace and world hunger, AIDS/HIV, teenage pregnancy,
sustainable development, global warming, the transportation
of hazardous waste, and other issues confronting the United
States, Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe."
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Leaders to Shape A New Millennium
Dr. Robert E. Millette