Florida A&M can credit over $30 million in research and training grants to one man. Kinfe Ken Redda was nominated by president James H. Ammons to serve as acting vice president of research.
“It is an honor and privilege to serve FAMU in any capacity,” Redda said. “I am truly looking forward to a very productive engagement and am so grateful to our illustrious president for his faith in me.”
Redda has been involved with Tallahassee and FAMU for more than two decades.
“I have been here at FAMU for at least 25 years,” Redda said. “I have been at the new position for about six months now. One of my goals is to expand the research activities and also more funding for the university,” Redda said.