College President’s Report – October 2018

Appointments

Texas Tech University System Appoints Next Chancellor

The Texas Tech University System Board of Regents has named Dr. Tedd L. Mitchell to become the system’s next Chancellor. Mitchell was voted in unanimously and will serve as the system’s fifth chancellor. Dr. Mitchell said, “to become the chancellor of a university system of this caliber is the honor of a lifetime.” He will begin his permanent position immediately.

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Next President Announced at Samuel Merritt University

Dr. Ching-Hua Wang has been named by SMU Board of Regents as the school’s new president. Wang is currently the provost at California State University Sacramento, and will replace Sharon Diaz in November. Diaz, after 36 years as the school’s initial president, announced her retirement earlier this year.

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Wearden in as President at Methodist

Methodist University has announced that Dr. Stanley T. Wearden will become the university’s fifth president. Wearden currently serves as provost at Columbia College in Chicago. He will begin his tenure in January of 2019.

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Baltimore City CC Names New President

Dr. Debra McCurdy has been announced as the next president at BCCC. McCurdy is currently the president of Rhodes State College in Ohio. She will begin as president at BCCC in July of 2019.

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Brophy Announced as President at Hilbert College

Dr. Michael Brophy has been named the fourth president of Hilbert College in New York. Brophy has previously served as president at Benedictine College and Marymount California University. He will begin office as president in January.

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Rush University Selects Next President

Dr. Sherine Gabriel has been named the next president of Rush University in Chicago. Gabriel is currently serving as the dean of the medical school at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. She will replace Larry Goodman as president in February.

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Treadwell Given Permanent Position at Keene State College

Melinda Treadwell has been selected as the permanent president of Keene State College. For the past year and a half, Treadwell has served as Keene State’s Interim President. Her three-year contract began this October.

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Retirements

Maryland President Announces Retirement after Football Coach Controversy

Dr. Wallace D. Loh will retire in June of 2019 following 8 years at the helm. Loh’s administration was found to be partially responsible for an athletic department that allowed players to be abused for years. Loh said, “I have accepted that responsibility.”

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South Carolina President to Retire

After ten years at the helm of the University of South Carolina, President Harris Pastides has announced his retirement. Pastides began as president in 2008 and has since added 7,000 students for enrollment around 35,000. He cited spending more time with his family as a major influence on his decision. He will step down in July of 2019.

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Retirement Announced at San Francisco State

President Leslie Wong has announced that he will retire as president from San Francisco State this upcoming summer. Wong became the school’s 13th president in 2012. Officials for the state’s school system will begin a search for a successor in the near future.

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Humboldt State President Retiring

Dr. Lisa Rossbacher will retire as president of Humboldt State at the end of the 2018-2019 Academic year. Dr. Rossbacher has served the school since 2014. She said, “This was not an easy decision, as I very much enjoy being part of this campus community.”

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Retirement Announced at Northwood

Northwood University President Dr. Keith Pretty will retire from the school in June of 2019. Pretty began at Northwood 12 years ago as is the school’s third president. Trustees have created a search committee for Pretty’s replacement.

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Resignations

Saint Mary’s President Resigns

Jan Cervelli has resigned as president of Saint Mary’s College in Indiana. Cervelli began her tenure as president in 2016 and was the school’s twelfth president. Current Provost Nancy Nekvasil will step in as interim president while a search is started for a new president.

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Resignation Announced at Michigan-Flint

Officials have announced that President Susan Borrego is due to leave at the end of the 2019 school year. Borrego has served the school as president since 2014.

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Goucher College President Stepping Down

Jose Bowen has announced his plan to step down from the presidency of Goucher College at the end of this academic year. Bowen said, “I believe it is time for a change of direction for me personally, as I remain deeply passionate about my research, scholarship, music and teaching.”

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Johnson Resigning from Clark Atlanta

Ronald A. Johnson is resigning from Clark Atlanta University citing personal reasons. He said, “While I am reluctant to leave this great University and its incredible students, faculty and staff I am incredibly proud of what we accomplished during this period of institutional transformation.” Robinson will leave Clark Atlanta this December.

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Resignation Announced at Kent State

Beverly Warren, Kent State University’s 12th President, has announced that she will not extend her presidency into 2020. Warren has been leading the school since January 2014 and will step away this upcoming June.

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University College

College President’s Report – September 2018

Appointments

Georgia Piedmont Appoints New President

Dr. Tavarez Holston has been approved by the Technical College System of Georgia to become Georgia Piedmont’s next president. Dr. Holston previously served as VP for academic affairs at Lanier Technical College. He replaced Dr. Jabari Simama as president on September 10th.

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Shaw University President Named to Permanent Position

Interim President of Shaw University, Dr. Paulette Dillard, has been announced as the 18th president of the school. Dillard has served in an interim position since July of 2017. Shaw’s Board Chairmen, Joseph N. Bell said, “We believe her performance to date has demonstrated that she is committed to the transformative education process and more than qualified to lead Shaw University into this next era of excellence.”

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First Female President Announced at Northern Illinois

Dr. Lisa C. Freeman has been named the 13th president of Northern Illinois University. Freeman has been serving as interim president sent July of 2017. Dr. Freeman said, “It is my professional and personal honor to lead NIU forward.”

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New President Announced at DCCC

Dr. Darrin L. Hartness has been selected by the Davidson County Community College board of trustees to become the school’s next president. Hartness previously served as superintendent for Davie County Schools. Dr. Hartness will succeed Dr. Mary E. Rittling. who is retiring in December after serving as president for the past 15 years.

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Retirements

South Florida President Announces Retirement

Dr. Judy Genshaft has announced her plans to retire from the University of South Florida. Genshaft has served as president of the school since 2000, and plans to officially step-down next July. Dr. Genshaft is the longest serving president in USF’s history and said, “Thank you for your support and friendship.”

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Orange Coast College President Retiring

Dr. Dennis Harkins is retiring from Orange Coast College after serving the school for the past nine years. He is expected to officially leave at the end of the Fall 2018 semester. The school is currently searching for permanent president.

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GGC President to Retire at End of Academic Year

Dr. Stanley Preczewski has announced his retirement from Georgia Gwinnett College. He will leave the school at the end of the academic year this summer. Preczewski has served the school as president since 2014. A national search for a replacement is forthcoming.

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Retirement Announced at CSU San Marcos

Cal State San Marcos President Karen Hayes plans to retire at the end of this academic year. Hayes has served as president since 2004, and has grown enrollment at the school from 7,000 to its current 17,000 students. The school will conduct a nationwide search for Hayes’ replacement in the near future.

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Tennessee System President Retiring

Dr. Joe DiPietro has announced his retirement as president of the University of Tennessee System. DiPietro has served as president of the system since January 2011. He said, “I am very proud of all we have accomplished together, which would not have been possible without the important efforts of our talented students, staff and administrators and the steadfast support of the Board of Trustees.”

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Georgetown College President to Retire

The president of Georgetown College, Dr. Michael Dwaine Greene, has announced that he will be retiring as leader of the school. Greene has served Georgetown since 2013 and will step down at the end of the 2018-19 academic year.

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Resignations

Colorado State President Resigning

Tony Frank has announced that he will step down as president from Colorado State next summer. He said, “It’s now time for the next step in our university’s trajectory, and that will require the articulation of a new vision for Colorado State.” Frank has served the school as president for the past decade. He will stay on as chancellor at the school after this summer.

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Texarkana President to Resign

President of Texarkana College, James Russell, has announced that he will step down as president of the school at the end of this year. Russell began as president at the school in 2011.

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College President’s Report – August 2018

Appointments

Central Michigan Announces New President

Dr. Robert O. Davies has been named the new president of Central Michigan University. Davies said, “I am honored, humbled and I am privileged to serve you as the 15th president of Central Michigan University.” Davies’s first day at the helm is September 1st.

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Next President Named at Albany State

The Board of Regents has named Marion Fedrick the next leader of Albany State University. Before coming to Albany State, Fedrick served as vice chancellor for human resources at the University System of Georgia. She has been serving as interim president at Albany State for the past 8 months and will begin her permanent position immediately.

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Bay State College Appoints New President

Dr. Mark DeFusco has been named president of Bay State College in Boston. Defusco previously served as senior research associate at USC’s school of education. He began his role at Bay State this August.

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New President Announced at New England Conservatory

Current dean of the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, Andrea Kalyn, has been named the next president of the New England Conservatory. Kalyn has served Oberlin for the past nine years. She will begin her tenure at the New England Conservatory on January 1st, 2019.

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Johnson and Wales University System Names President of Four Campuses

Dr. Mim L. Runey has been named the next chancellor of the four Johnson and Wales University Campuses. She will become the university’s third chancellor in the past 104 years in October. Runey said, “I am honored to have been chosen to lead this institution dedicated to students’ intellectual and personal growth during this time of rapid change in higher education.”

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Board Confirms Next President at Texas A&M Commerce

Dr. Mark Rudin has been approved by the Texas A&M Board of Regents to become the new president of Texas A&M University Commerce. Rudin previously served as vice president for research and economic development at Boise State University. He replaces Dr. Ray Keck, who left his post on August 31st.

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Retirements

Brenau University President Retiring

Dr. Ed L. Shrader has announced his plans to retire in 2019. Shrader has served Brenau University for the past 15 years as president, becoming the 9th leader in 2005. Dr. Shrader said, “Serving as Brenau University’s president has been the highlight of my career.” A search for Shrader’s replacement will begin this fall.

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Concordia University – St. Paul President to Retire

Dr. Thomas Ries has announced his retirement at the end of the next academic year. Ries has served as president of St. Paul since 2011. A successor will be announced later this fall.

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President to Retire at Martin University

Eugene White has announced his plans to retire from Martin University next June. White has served the university since 2013. The Board plans to fined a replacement by the end of this year.

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Texas Tech University System Chancellor Retiring

Mr. Robert Duncan has announced that he will retire from his post as head of the Texas Tech System effective August 31st. Duncan has led the system for the past four years and said, “At 65, it’s time to retire, move on and begin to tackle new challenges.” No details about a successor have been released.

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Retirement Announced at the University of Lynchburg

Dr. Kenneth Garren has announced his plans to retire after 17 years at Lynchburg. Garren said, “What I take the greatest pride in are the students that graduate from here.” He plans to officially leave office in 2020.

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Resignations

USC President Resigns

Dr. C.L. Max Nikias has resigned from the University of Southern California. Most recently his tenure was tarnished by a series of scandals including misconduct by a longtime doctor toward female students. The USC Board said in a letter that, “something is broken and that urgent and profound actions are needed.” Nikias will continue on at USC as a tenured professor.

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Resignation Announced at Benedictine University

Benedictine University President, Michael S. Brophy, has announced that he will leave the school on a year long sabbatical. Brophy has served as Benedictine’s president since 2015. Charles Gregory, former Benedictine executive vice president, will step in as interim president.

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Vermont President to Step Down

Dr. Thomas Sullivan has announced that he will step down as president at the University of Vermont in June of 2019. Sullivan has led the school for the past seven years and said, “After research leave to complete a book, I look forward to joining the UVM faculty full time.”

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College President's report

College President’s Report – July 2018

Appointments

College of Charleston Announces New President

The College of Charleston has named Steve Osborne as the school’s next president. Osborne formerly served as executive vice president of business affairs and senior adviser to previous president, Mr. Glenn McConnel, who announced his retirement in January.

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New Oklahoma University President Begins Office

New Oklahoma University president Jim Gallogly has begun his tenure with a bang, laying off six top administrators. Gallogly has dropped the number of executives directly reporting to the president’s office from 25 to 17. He said, “Our inefficiencies on the Norman Campus and our overspending on the Norman campus should not fall on the shoulders of our students.” Gallogly replaced former president, Mr. David Boren, on July 1st.

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10th President Named at Saint Leo University

Mr. Jeffrey D. Senese has been appointed the new president of Saint Leo University in Florida. Senese previously served as provost at Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee. He replaces William Lennox Jr. who retired in April.

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ACHS Names Next President

The American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS) has named Erika Yigzaw president. Yigzaw said, “I firmly believe that education can save the world.” She began her tenure on June 15th.

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Maryland College Announces New President

Dr. Heidi M. Anderson has been named the new president of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Dr. Anderson Previously served as provost at Texas A & M Kingsville. She replaces Dr. Juliette Bell, who stepped down in early July.

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Southwest Baptist Names President

Dr. Eric Turner has been selected by the SBU Board of Trustees as the 25th president of South Baptist University in Missouri. Turner previously served as president of Black River Technical College. On August 6th, he will replace C. Pat Taylor who is retiring after 22 years of service.

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Southwestern Illinois College Appoints Next President

The Board of Trustees at Southwestern Illinois College have announced that Mr. Nick Mance will take over as the school’s next president. Mance said, “I am honored and humbled to be chosen as the next President of Southwestern Illinois College.” Mance previously served as Chairman of the SWIC Board of Trustees. He will begin his tenure immediately.

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New Chancellor announced for 2019 at Washington University St. Louis

Dr. Andrew Martin has been picked to become the next president of Washington University. Martin will succeed current Chancellor, Mark Wrighton, who announced he will retire at the end of the 2019 academic school year.  Dr. Martin is currently dean of literature, science and arts at Michigan.

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WVU Parkersburg Names New President

West Virginia University at Parkersburg has approved the hiring of Dr. Chris Gilmer to become the campus’ next president. Dr. Gilmer previously served in the world of higher education as executive director of Alcorn State University. He began his tenure on July 2nd.

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Board Elects New President at Wheeling Jesuit

Dr. Michael P. Mihalyo Jr. has been elected by The Wheeling Jesuit Board of Trustees to become the school’s 12th president. Dr. Mihalyo is currently the Provost and VP for Academic Affairs at Rockford University in Illinois. He replaces Dr. Debra Townsley, who is stepping down after her tenure as Interim President, on August 15th.

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Retirements

University of Colorado President Announces Retirement

Mr. Bruce Benson has announced he will retire after serving as president of the University of Colorado for the past 10 years. Benson will retire next summer and said he plans to give the Board, “ample time to find a successor who can continue the tremendous and positive momentum at CU.”

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Alabama Huntsville President to Retire

University of Alabama Huntsville president Dr. Robert Altenkirch has announced that he plans to retire as president of the school. Altenkirch has served the school for the past seven years. He will stay on as president until a successor is found.

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Nebraska Wesleyan President Retiring

President Fred Ohles will retire from Nebraska Wesleyan University next summer. Ohles has served the school for the past decade and said, “I’m glad for the numerous significant things all of us in the Nebraska Wesleyan community have achieved together.” A search is currently underway for Wesleyan’s next president.

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Resignations

Minnesota President Resigning

Current president of the University of Minnesota, Dr. Eric Kaler, has announced that he will step down as president. Kaler cited the need for new leadership and his long tenure length as reasons saying, “This is an incredibly demanding job, essentially seven days a week, evenings and nights included, and as proud and confident of my contributions and ability as I am, I also know that the University will benefit from a fresh perspective.” Kaler served as president for the past 7 years.

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College President’s Report – June 2018

Appointments

The University of Alaska Anchorage Names Next President

Dr. Cathy Sandeen, current chancellor of the University of Wisconsin Colleges, has been named the next president of UA Anchorage. Dr. Sandeen said, “I am enormously grateful for the opportunity to lead these unique statewide institutions.” She will begin as president in Anchorage this September.

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New President Named at American Jewish University

The American Jewish University has announced that Dr. Jeffrey Herbst will become the school’s next president. Herbst has previously served as president of Colgate University and vice president of academic affairs at Miami. Dr. Herbst began on July 1st.

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Cedar Crest Promotes from Within for Next President

Dr. Elizabeth Meade has been chosen by The Board of Trustees at Cedar Crest College to become the institution’s fourteenth president. Meade has be serving as interim president since last July, and previously served as Cedar Crest’s provost for 5 years. She began her tenure as President on July 1st.

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Delaware State Votes in New President

Dr. Wilma Mishoe has been selected by the Delaware State Board of Trustees to become the school’s 11th President. Mishoe has served as interim president of the school since January, when former President Dr. Harry Williams left to run the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.

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Great Bay CC Selects Next President

Dr. Pelema Morrice has been selected by the New Hampshire Community College System’s Board of Trustees as the next president of Great Bay Community College. Dr. Morrice currently serves as vice provost of enrollment management at Missouri Columbia. He will begin as president this August.

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New Jamestown CC President Appointed

Dr. Daniel Demarte, current executive VP for academic affairs at Tidewater College, has been appointed the next president of Jamestown Community College. Dr. Demarte will succeed former president, Cory Duckworth, who retired in May. He will begin as president immediately.

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Kennesaw State Names New President

The Board of Regents at Kennesaw State University has approved Dr. Pamela Whitten to become the school’s next president. Dr. Whitten is currently the acting provost at the University of Georgia. She will begin her new position as president at Kennesaw State on July 16th.

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Interim President Appointed at MD Eastern Shore

Dr. Mickey Burnim has been appointed interim president the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Burnim will take over for former President Juliette Bell, who announced that she will retire this summer. Burnim previously served for eleven years as president of Bowie State University.

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UMass Boston Appoints New Chancellor

Dr. Katherine Newman has been appointed by the UMass Board of Trustees to become the school’s next interim chancellor. Newman replaces previous interim chancellor Barry Mills, who resigned earlier this summer.

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UNC Asheville Names Next Chancellor

Dr. Nancy Cable has been appointed the next chancellor of UNC Asheville. Dr. Cable has previously served as vice president at UVA and at Davidson College. She will begin her new tenure as chancellor on August 15th.

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Retirements

Boise State President Announces Retirement

Dr. Bob Kustra has announced that he will retire from Boise State University after almost 15 years as president. Kustra oversaw the expansion of undergraduate and graduate programs, rising enrollment, as well as a growing athletics program. Dr. Kustra said, “I think every organization deserves the opportunity every so many years for new leadership – people with new ideas, people who come from someplace else, people who have different agendas – and 15 years, I thought, was the perfect point where you just say it’s time.” Former provost, Dr. Martin Schimpf, has been appointed interim president of the school.

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BMCC President to Retire

Dr. Antonio Perez, current president of the Borough of Manhattan Community College, has announced that he will be retiring at the end of the summer. Perez began as president at the school in 1995, increasing enrollment over 40 percent since that time.

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Keuka College President Retiring

Dr. Jorge L Diaz-Herrera has announced that he will retire this July, citing family reasons. Current VP for advancement, Amy Storey, has been selected as interim president effective July 1st.

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Resignations

Lesley College President to Step Down

President of Lesley College, Dr. Jeff Weiss, has announced that he will step down from his presidency at Lesley College. Weiss cited personal health issues as the reason. He will be succeeded by Richard S. Hansen, the current provost at Lesley.

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University College

College President’s Report – May 2018

Appointments

Broward Picks New President

Gregory Adam Haile has been selected to become the next president at Broward College. Haile is an attorney with a law degree from Columbia University. He will replace current president, Mr. David Armstrong, in June.

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Clarion University Appoints Next President

Current dean of the College of Education and Human Services at Central Michigan University, Dr. Dale-Elizabeth Pehrsson, has been unanimously selected to become Clarion University of Pennsylvania’s next president. Dr. Pehrsson has over 25 years of experience in the higher education realm and will begin her new tenure July 1st.

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Bucknell Provost Announced as New President at Franklin & Marshall

Dr. Barbara K. Altmann has been named the 16th president of Franklin & Marshall University. Altmann currently serves as provost at Bucknell. She will begin as president this fall, following outgoing President Daniel Porterfield.

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New President for New Academic Year at Marymount

Marymount University has announced that Dr. Irma Becerra, current provost at St. Thomas University, will become the institutions seventh president. Dr. Becerra will begin in July and succeeds Dr. Mathew Shank, who is retiring.

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Mississippi College Names Next Leader

Dr. Blake Thompson has been named by college trustees as the schools 20th president. Dr. Thompson currently serves as VP of government affairs at Ohio State. Thompson will begin his tenure this summer, replacing Dr. Lee Royce, who will retire after 16 years at the helm.

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North Carolina CC System Appoints New President

Peter Hans has been selected by the State Board of Community Colleges to serve as the system’s incoming president. Hans will replace Dr. James C. Williamson, who resigned last August. He is the system’s 9th president.

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Pennsylvania State System of Higher Ed Names New Chancellor

Daniel Greenstein, former senior advisor at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has been selected to become the next chancellor of Pennsylvania’s state university system. Greenstein will begin this September.

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New President Named at Saint Mary’s University

SMU has announced that the Rev. James Burns, currently a dean at Boston College, will become the school’s next president. Burns will succeed William Mann, who announced his retirement after 10 years last fall. Rev. Burns will begin this July.

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Board Announces New President at Simpson

Simpson University has named Dr. Norman Hall as the institutions next president. Hall will succeed current president, Robin Dummer, who is retiring in May. Dr. Hall will begin this June and leaves his post as vice president for international and alumni affairs and major gift officer at Greenville University.

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New President Named at South Dakota

Ms. Sheila Gestring, current top financial executive at USD, has been announced as the next president at the school. Gestring will succeed Dr. Jim Abbott, who is retiring at the end of this academic year. She will begin on Junes 22nd.

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St. Cloud State President Announced

Dr. Robbyn Wacker has been named the 24th president of St. Cloud State. She will replace President Ashish Vaidya, who is leaving his interim post to become the next president at Northern Kentucky University.

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St. Thomas University Picks Next President

St. Thomas University Board of Trustees have announced that Dr. David Armstrong will become the next president of the school. Armstrong previously served as president of Thomas More college, and will replace Monsignor Frankly Casale, who is retiring in July. Dr. Armstrong will begin this August.

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Tuskegee Names Next President

The Board of Trustees at Tuskegee University has announced that Dr. Lily D. McNair will become the school’s eighth president. McNair will become the schools first female president this July and succeeds Interim President Charlotte P. Morris.

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Tennessee Names Interim President

Dr. Wayne Davis has been announced as interim president of the University of Tennessee. Davis currently serves as the Dean of Engineering and began as president on May 7th.

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Retirements

Roger Williams President to Retire

Dr. Donald Farish has announced that he will retire in June 2019 after his contract ends. Farish has led the Rhode Island school since 2011. A search firm will be hired by trustees to begin this summer.

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UT El Paso President Announces Retirement

Current president of Texas El Paso, Dr. Diana Natalicio, has announced that she will retire after 30 years as UTEP’s president. Natalicio said, “I have concluded that this may be an appropriate time to begin bringing to a close this chapter in my higher education story, nearly all of which I have joyfully spent at UTEP.” Dr. Natalicio will officially retire upon the naming of a successor.

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Resignations

UConn President to Step Down

Susan Herbst has announced that she will step down as president of the University of Connecticut in July of 2019. Herbst has served the school for the past eight years. She said, “Stepping down was not an easy decision by any means.” She will continue to teach at UConn upon finding her successor.

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Southern Cal President Resigns

Current USC president, C.L. Max Nikias, has resigned from his post at the institution. Reports cite numerous scandals during Nikias’ term, most recently including a longtime school gynecologist accused of sexual abuse toward female students. Nikias served as USC president for the last eight years.

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President's Report

College President’s Report – April 2018

Appointments

Louisville Announces New President

The University of Louisville has named Dr. Neeli Bendapudi as the institution’s next president. Dr. Bendapudi has served as provost at Kansas University for the last seven years. She will begin her tenure as Louisville’s first female president in May.

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President Named at Delaware College of Art and Design

Ms. Jean G. Dahlgren has been elected as the new president of Delware CAD. Dahlgren will replace interim president, John C. Hawkins, on August 1st. Ms. Dahlgren currently serves as dean of undergraduate programs at Sage College of Albany.

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New President Announced at Edward Waters College

Dr. Zachary Faison Jr. has been named the new president of Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, Fl. Faison will take over for Dr. Nat Glover, who announced he was stepping down earlier this year. Dr. Faison will become the 150-year-old HBCU’s 30th president.

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Hampshire College Appoints New President

Dr. Miriam E. Nelson has been named the next president of Hampshire College. Dr. Nelson is currently deputy director of the Sustainability Institute at the University of New Hampshire, and previously served as a longtime scholar at Tufts University. She will replace Dr. Jonathan Lash in July.

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New President at Michigan Tech

Michigan Technological University officials have announced that Dr. Richard Koubek will become the school’s 10th president. Koubek will replace Dr. Glenn Mroz, who has served as president for the last 14 years, on July 1st.

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Millersville University Taps New President

Dr. Daniel A. Wubah will become Millersville University’s next president. Wubah will replace John Anderson, who is retiring after serving for the past 5 years. Dr. Wubah will begin on July 1st.

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21st President Announced at Otterbein

Dr. John Comerford has been selected to become the next president of Otterbein University. Comerford currently serves as president of Blackburn College in Illinois. He will begin on July 1st.

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Weber State President Accepts Role at Salisbury

President of Weber State University, Charles Wight, has been announced as the next president at Salisbury University in Maryland. Wight has been at Weber State for the past 5 years and will begin at Salisbury on July 1st.

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The College of New Jersey Announces Next President

Dr. Kathryn A. Foster has been appointed the 16th president of The College of New Jersey in New Jersey. Foster currently serves as president of the University of Maine at Farmington. She will begin her tenure at TCNJ in July.

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Board Announces Interim President at Akron

Dr. John C. Green has been selected become interim president at the University of Akron. Dr. Green is currently dean of the school’s arts and sciences college. He will begin immediately.

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New Hampshire Selects Next President

The University of New Hampshire has selected Dr. James Dean Jr. to become the school’s next president. Dr. Dean is a former provost at UNC Chapel Hill. He will become the school’s 20th president on June 30th and replaces President Mark Huddleston who announced his retirement.

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Northern Colorado Picks New President

Dr. Andrew Feinstein has been selected by the Northern Colorado Board of Trustees to become the university’s new president. Feinstein is currently serving as San Jose State’s provost. He will replace current president, Kay Norton, who is retiring this summer.

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Whittier College Selects New President

Current dean of the College of Business at San Francisco State, Dr. Linda Oubre, has been selected as the new president of Whittier College. She will take over for Dr. Sharon Herzberger who announced she will retire at the end of June after 13 years as president.

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Vassar College Announces New President

Dr. Elizabeth Howe Bradley has been named Vassar College’s next president. She is currently a public health scholar at Yale. Bradley will start July 1st, and take over for Interim President: Johnathan Chenette.

Retirements

Queens University President Retiring

Dr. Pamela Davies, president of Queens University of Charlotte, has announced that she will retire after serving the school for the past 16 years. Davies plans to leave at the end of the next academic year upon the finding of a successor.

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San Jose/Evergreen CC District Chancellor Announces Retirement

Dr. Deborah Budd plans to retire at the end of the 2018 academic year. Bud has served as chancellor of San Jose – Evergreen Community College District since 2015. An interim chancellor has been selected in Dr. Byron Clift Breland, the current president of San Jose City College.

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Southern Indiana President Retiring

Dr. Linda Bennett has announced that she will retire on June 30th after nine years as president. She will be succeeded by Dr. Rondal S Rochon, current provost of USI.

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Resignations

Crowder College President Resigns

Dr. Jennifer Methvin has announced her resignation from Crowder College. Methvin is leaving the school to become the next chancellor of Arkansas State University, where she will begin her tenure in July.

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President Announces Resignation at Hobart and William Smith

Dr. Gregory J. Vincent has announced that he will resign as president of Hobart and William Smith Colleges immediately. Vincent is being investigated for possibly plagiarize his doctorate dissertation while studying at Penn. In 2004. Dr. Pat Mcguire has been named interim president at the school until a successor is chosen.

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College President’s Report – March 2018

Appointments

Cal State Bakersfield Names New President

Dr. Lynette Zelezny has been named by the California State University Board of Trustees the next president of Cal State Bakersfield. Zelezny currently serves as provost at Fresno State University. She will begin her tenure in June of this year.

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New President Announced at Carnegie Mellon

Carnegie Mellon has announced that Dr. Farnam Jahanian will become the school’s 10th president. Dr. Jahanian has served the last two years as CMU’s interim president. His appointment is immediate, with a fall inauguration scheduled.

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Coppersmith to Become President of Chesapeake College

Chesapeake College has named Dr. Clifford P. Coppersmith as the school’s next president. Coppersmith formerly served as dean of City College in Billings Montana. He will begin his post at the end of May.

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Edmonds CC Names Next President

Dr. Amit Singh has been announced as the next president of Edmonds Community College outside of Seattle. Singh currently serves as provost of Clark State Community College. He will replace former Edmonds CC president, Jean Hernandez, who retired on December 31st. Dr. Singh begins on June 25th.

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Lake Superior State Announces New President

Dr. Rodney S. Hanley will be appointed president of Lake Superior State on July 1st. Hanley is currently provost and VP for academic affairs at Fisk University. Dr. Hanley succeeds Peter Mitchell, who has been interim president at Lake Superior since last July.

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Board Selects New President at Lincoln University

Lincoln University’s Board of Curators has selected Dr. Jerald Woolfolk to become the Missouri school’s next president. Woolfolk is currently vice president for student affairs and enrollment at SUNY Oswego. Dr. Woolfolk will begin her tenure this May.

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Floyd in as President at Mars Hill University

Dr. Tony Floyd has been appointed the 22nd president of Mars Hill University in North Carolina. Floyd Currently serves as Coker College’s Executive Vice President. He will begin on June 1st.

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Minnesota State College System Picks President

The Board of Trustees of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities will stay in-house for the systems premier position. Dr. Devinder Malhotra, current interim chancellor, has been promoted to the position permanently. Malhotra has served as interim chancellor since August of 2017 and holds a doctorate from Kansas University.

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New Chancellor Named at Montana State-Billings

Dr. Dan Edelman has been selected by a search committee to become the next president of Montana state at Billings. Edelman currently serves as the VP for administration and CFO at the University of North Texas Dallas. Dr. Edelman will begin on May 7th and replaces Interim President Larsen.

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First Female President Named at Oklahoma City University

Martha Burger has been announced as the next president of Oklahoma City University. Burger will become the school’s first female president after President Robert Henry retires in June.

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Dr. Caro Announced as President at Peirce College

Dr. Mary Ellen Caro will begin come the first female president and CEO of Peirce College in Philadelphia. Caro will take over for Dr. James Mergiotti who announced his plans to retire on April 16th. She will be the school’s eighth president.

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New President Announced at Slippery Rock

Current provost of Georgian Court University in Lakewood, NJ, Dr. William J. Behre will become the next president of Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania. Behre will replace Dr. Cheryl Norton who retired as president last June. He begins his tenure in July.

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Tenth President Announced at the University of Bridgeport

Dr. Laura Trombley, current president of the Huntington Library Art Collection, has been named the next president of the University of Bridgeport. Trombley is also president emerita of Pitzer College. She will begin her role as president this summer.

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Williams College Appoints New President

Dr. Maude S. Mandel has been announced as the 18th president of Williams College in Massachusetts. Mandel currently serves as dean at Brown University. She will succeed Protik Majumder, who has served as interim president since the beginning of the year. Dr. Mandel will begin her tenure on July 1st.

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Retirements

Dr. John Hitt Retiring from Central Florida, Replacement Found

Dr. John Hitt will retire from the University of Central Florida after 26 years as president. Hitt will be replaced by Dr. Dale A. Whittaker in July. Whitaker currently serves as provost at UCF.

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Retirement Announced at Grand Valley State

Dr. Thomas J. Haas has announced that he will retire in June of 2019. Haas has served as Grand Valley State President for the past 12 years. He said, “It’s the right time to announce my retirement, but let me assure everyone, I’m as excited to come to work at Grand Valley as I’ve ever been.” A special meeting was immediately called by The Board of Trustees to begin a search for the school’s next president.

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Pepperdine President Stepping Down

Dr. Andrew K. Benton, the longest serving president in Pepperdine’s history, has announced that he will retire at the end of the 2018-19 academic year. Benton said, “This is a significant change that, while difficult, we believe comes at just the right time – for Pepperdine, for our students, and for us.”

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SUNY Purchase President Announces Retirement

Purchase College President Thomas J. Schwarz has announced that he will retire next June. Schwarz has served as president of the school for the past 17 years. Schwarz will remain on Purchase’s board after retirement.

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Resignations

Edinboro University President Resigns

Dr. Fred Walker has resigned as president of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Walker’s resignation will make 6 presidents in the last 11 years at the school. An interim president has been chosen in provost Dr. Michael Hannan.

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College President’s Report – February 2018

Appointments

Harvard Names Next President

Harvard has announced that its next president will be former Tufts University President, Dr. Lawrence S. Bacow. Bacow will take over for Dr. Drew Gilpin Faust, who is resigning after 11 years at the helm. He will begin in June of this year.

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New President Announced at Bentley University

Former Dean of the Ross School of Business at Michigan, Dr. Alison Davis-Blake, has been appointed president of Bentley University. Dr. Davis-Blake will begin in July.

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William and Mary Selects First Female Presidet

Current provost of Smith College, Dr. Katherine A. Rowe, has been named the 28th president at William and Mary. Rowe said, “This is an institution that was founded by a woman as well as a man. It feels right.” She will succeed President W. Taylor Reveley III, who announced his plans to retire in June, 2018.

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Bluffton Announces Next President

Dr. Jane Wood has been selected to become the 10th president of Bluffton University in South Dakota. Wood will take over for Mr. James Harder, who will retire in June. Harder has served the school for the past 12 years.

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New President Announced at Chowan University

The Board at Chowan University has named Dr. Kirk Peterson to become the schools 23rd president. Peterson previously served as president at Urbana University in Ohio. He will begin his tenure on June 1, 2018.

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Gordan State Names New President

Dr. Kirk Nooks has been named the next president of Gordon State College in Barnesville, Georgia. Nooks is currently president at Metropolitan Community College Longview in Missouri. He will begin in June.

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Miles Davis Appointed President

Dr. Miles Davis has been appointed the 20th president of Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon. Currently dean of Shenandoah University’s school of business, Dr. Davis will begin at Linfield College this July.

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Lord Fairfax CC appoints New President

Dr. Kim Blosser has been appointed the next president of Lord Fairfax Community College. Blosser previously worked as LFCC’s provost. She is the school’s fifth president and began in early February.

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Marymount California Names Board Member President

Current CEO of Titan Oil Recovery Inc. and Board Member, Brian Marcotte, has been named president of Marymount California University. Marcotte was appointed after former president, Lucas Lamadrid was put on leave.

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Third President Picked at Pennsylvania CAD

Mr. Michael Molla has been named the next president of Pennsylvania College of Art & Design. Molla is currently VP of strategic initiatives at Maryland Institute College of Art. Molla replaces President Mary Heil, who will retire on July 1st.

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Quinnipiac Selects New President

For the first time in 30 years, Quinnipiac University has named a new president. Dr. Judy D. Olian has been selected to succeed President John Lahey in July. Olian is currently chair of management at UCLA’s school of management.

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New President Announced at San Diego State

Adela de la Torre has been named the ninth president of San Diego State University. De La Torre will become the school’s first female president at the end of June.

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Union College Picks New Leader

Dr. David Harris has been selected to become the next president of Union College in Schenectady, New York. Harris is currently the provost at Tufts University. He will replace current President Stephen Ainlay, who is retiring at the end of June.

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Retirements

Elizabethtown President Retiring

President Carl Strikwerda has announced that he will retire in June of next year. Strikwerda has served as president since 2011. The board will begin looking for the school’s next president in the upcoming months.

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Wagner President Announces Retirement

Dr. Richard Guarasci has announced that he will retire from Wagner University after 21 years at the helm. Guarasci will step down in June of 2019.

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Retirement at Wentworth Institute

The first female president of Wentworth Institute, Zorica Pantic, has announced that she will retire in May of 2019. Pantic served the school for the past 14 years.

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Resignations

Maryland Eastern Shore President to Resign

University of Maryland Eastern Shore President, Juliette Bell, has announced that she will leave her post early in June. Bell has served as president of the school since 2012.

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Spokane Falls CC President Resigns

The interim president at Spokane Falls CC has resigned after allegations of sexual harassment. Dr. Darren Pitcher became the schools acting president last summer.

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College President's Report

College President’s Report – January 2018

Appointments

Agnes Scott Names New President

Leocadia “Lee” Zak has been named the next president of Agnes Scott College located in Georgia. Zak previously served as director of the U.S. Trade and Development Agency and received a law degree from Northeastern University. She will take over for Elizabeth Kiss, who announced her retirement in June.

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Former Wharton Dean Announced as Cleveland State President

Cleveland State has picked Harlan M. Sands to become the school’s next president. Sands is currently vice dean and CFO of the Wharton School at Penn. He will begin his tenure in July with a salary of $455,000.

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Johnson College Selects President

The board at Johnson College has named Ms. Katie Leonard to become president of Johnson College. Leonard currently acts as the Executive VP of Johnson. She will begin her roll as president on July 1st.

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Michigan State Appoints Former Governor in Wake of Scandal

Former Governor John Engler has been named as interim president of Michigan State University. The appointment comes in the wake of the Larry Nasser sexual abuse scandal which resulted in former president, Lou Anna Simon’s resignation. Engler will stay as acting president while the board conducts a nationwide search for a replacement.

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Saint Michael’s Appoints New President

Dr. Lorraine Sterritt will become the 17th president of Saint Michael’s College, located in Vermont. Sterritt previously served as dean of administration at Harvard. Dr. Sterritt will take over for President John Neuhauser in July.

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Utah Selects Next President

The University of Utah has appointed Dr. Ruth Watkins to become president of the school. Watkins formerly served as the SVP for academic affairs at the school and was unanimously chosen by the board to replace outgoing President David Pershing.

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Wiley College Appoints Next President

The Board of Trustees at Wiley College has announced that Dr. Herman Felton Jr. will become the university’s next leader. Felton is currently president of Wilberforce University. He will replace outgoing president, Haywood Strickland, who is retiring in June.

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Retirements

College of Charleston President Announces Retirement

Dr. Glenn McConnell will retire as president of the College or Charleston this summer. McConnell has served at the position since 2014, when he became the schools 22nd president. He cites health and age as the significant factor in his retirement.

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Coe to Retire from COTC

Dr. Bonnie Coe has announced her retirement from Central Ohio Technical College. She began her role as president at the college in 2004, and said, “I am confident of COTC’s promising future, an excellent team is in place and…will carry COTC into its next 50 years.” Coe will step down in January of next year.

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President Retiring from MCC

After more than 20 years at the helm, Dr. Scott Elliot has announced his retirement from Meridian Community College. He said, “Being part of the MCC family has been the greatest blessing of my 33 years in higher education administration.” Elliot will officially retire in June of this year.

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Retirement Announced at Seminole State

Dr. E. Ann McGee has announced her retirement as president of Seminal State College of Florida. She is only the second president in the school’s history and has served there since 1996. Dr. McGee will leave on July 31st.

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Resignations

U of Rochester President Resigns Amid Scandal

President Joel Seligman has resigned as president of the University of Rochester after the release of a report on sexual misconduct on campus. Seligman wrote in an email to campus, “It is clear to me that the best interests of the University are best served with new leadership, and a fresh perspective to focus on healing our campus and moving us forward in the spirit of cooperation and unity.” Dr. Richard Feldman has been announced as the interim president at the school and will begin immediately.

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Central Michigan President Announces Retirement

President George Ross has announced he will step down as leader of Central Michigan University. Ross has served the school for the past 8 years, and will leave in July of this year.

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Keck Resigns from A & M Commerce

Dr. Ray Keck announced that he will step down as president from Texas A & M University at Commerce in August. Keck has led the school since 2001.

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Wight Resigning from Weber State

Dr. Charles Wight will resign from Weber State this June. He announced his resignation this past week and plans to give the Board ample time to find a replacement. He has served as president of Weber State since 2014

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College President’s Report – December 2017

Appointments

Arcadia University Names New President

Dr. Ajay Nair has been named the 22nd president of Arcadia University. Dr. Nair is an Arcadia Alumna who currently serves as senior vice president and dean of campus life at Emory University. Nair will begin as president in April.

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Interim President Appointed at Cal. State Fullerton

California State Fullerton has appointed Framroze (Fram) Virjee to become the school’s interim president. Mr. Virjee was previously executive vice chancellor and general counsel for the California State University System Office. He began as interim president on January 1st, 2018.

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Dr. Rick Aman Selected at Eastern Idaho

After a four-month search, the College of Eastern Idaho has picked Dr. Rick Aman to become the school’s president. Aman served as president of Eastern Idaho Technical College prior to the formation of the College of Eastern Idaho.

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Interim President Named at Gordon State College

Dr. Stuart Rayfield has been selected to become the interim president of Gordon State College. Rayfield became interim president on January 1st, following the retirement of former president, Max Burns, in December.

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MJ Named President of John Carroll University

Dr. Michael Johnson has been selected to become the next president of John Carroll University. Johnson is currently the provost at Babson College. He will begin his tenure in July, replacing Rev. Robert Niehoff, who announced his retirement last March.

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Kirkwood CC Announces New President

Dr. Lori Sundberg will head Kirkwood Community College beginning in August. Sundberg is currently the president of Carl Sandburg College in Illinois. She will take over for Mick Starcevich, who announced his retirement last January.

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New President Announced at Limestone College

Dr. Darrell Parker has been introduced as the next president of Limestone College. Parker will take over for Dr. Walt Griffin, who announced his retirement after over 25 years as president. Dr. Parker will begin in this January.

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Dr. Hancock Named President of Thomas Edison State

Current SUNY Empire State President, Dr. Merodie Hancock, will become the fourth president at Thomas Edison State University. She will replace Dr. George Pruitt, who announced his retirement last June.

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Provost Appointed Interim Chancellor at Western Carolina

Dr. Allison Morrison-Shetlar has been appointed acting chancellor of Western Carolina University. She will take over for Dr. David Belcher, who is on medical leave.

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Retirements

Retirement Announced at Broward College

Dr. David Armstrong is retiring as president of Broward College after 10 years at the helm. Armstrong will stay with the school until June of 2018. A national search is currently being performed to find a replacement.

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Hagerstown CC President Retires

Dr. Guy Altieri has retired from Hagerstown Community College. Dr. Altieri has served Hagerstown CC since 2002. The school is currently performing an executive search to find a replacement.

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Southwestern Illinois President Announces Retirement

Dr. Georgia Costello has announced her retirement as president of Southwestern Illinois College. Costello has served SWIC since 2007, and will formerly leave the school in late June.

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President Retiring from the University of Charleston

Dr. Edwin Welch has announced that he will retire from the University of Charleston in June of 2018. Welch has served the school since 1989.

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Resignations

Cal State Fullerton President Leaving

Dr. Mildred Garcia has announced her resignation as president of Cal State Fullerton. Garcia has served the school for the past six years and will leave in January of 2018. She said, “This is a pretty bittersweet, emotional day for me.” Garcia will continue her role in higher education as the president of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities in Washington, D.C.

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Bowling Green State President Resigns

Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey, president of Bowling Green State, resigned from the university on December 31st, 2017. Mazey has been at the school for the last seven years.

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Olens Resigns from Kennesaw State

Mr. Sam Olens has announced his resignation from Kennesaw State University. His resignation comes on the heels of a cheerleader protest scandal from earlier this year. Olens was appointed in November of 2016.

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U of Texas System Chancellor Resigning

William McRaven, the University of Texas System Chancellor, has announced his decision to resign in May of 2018. McRaven previously served in the Navy, where he commanded the group of special forces that killed Osama bin Laden. He has served as Chancellor since 2015.

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College President’s Report – November 2017

Appointments

Delaware Sate University Appoints Interim President

The DSU Board of Trustees has selected Dr. Wilma Mishoe to become the next interim president of the university. Mishoe will begin her role in January after current president, Dr. Harry Williams, moves on to lead the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.

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DePaul University President Inaugurated

DePaul University, the largest Catholic university in the country, inaugurated its next president on November 19th. Dr. Gabriel Esteban will oversee 22,769 students as the schools 12th president. Dr. Esteban was previously the president of Seton Hall University in New Jersey.

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New President Named at Ferrum College

Dr. David Johns has been named the next president of Ferrum College. Johns currently serves as VP for academic affairs at Union College in Kentucky. He will begin his tenure in January of next year.

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Former Administrator Named President at Fort Hays State

Fort Hays State has announced Dr. Tisa Mason will become the school’s next president. Mason previously served the school as the VP of student affairs for six years until 2014, when she became president of Valley City State University. Dr. Mason received her doctorate in higher education from the College of William and Mary in Virginia.

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Ithaca College President Inaugurated

Dr. Shirley Collado has been inaugurated as the ninth president at Ithaca College in New York. Collado is the second female president in the school’s 125-year history and said, “We as educators—not just presidents, but faculty and staff—have this responsibility to teach our students and prepare them to become what (Louis) Brandeis says is the most important role in our society—of being a citizen.”

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Kaskaskia College President Resigns, Interim President Named

Mr. George Evans has been appointed by the Kaskaskia College Board to become the school’s interim president. Evans received the title after Dr. Penny Quinn announced that she will resign immediately following a board meeting. Evans will serve as interim president until June 30th of next year.

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Nicholls State University Names Next President

Nicholls State has named Dr. Jay Clune to become the next president of the university. Clune is currently the interim dean of the graduate school at the University of West Florida. He will begin as president in January.

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New President Selected at Northern Kentucky University

Dr. Ashish Vaidya has been named the 6th president at Northern Kentucky University. Vaidya is currently the interim president of St. Cloud State University. Vaidya will begin in July of 2018.

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New Mexico Appoints Next President

Dr. Garnnett S. Stokes has been appointed the 22nd President of the University of New Mexico. Stokes will succeed Interim President Chaouki Abdallah. Dr. Stokes previously served as the interim chancellor at the University of Missouri and will begin her role as president in March of 2018.

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Retirements

Boise State President Announces Retirement

President Bob Kustra has announced his retirement as president of Boise State University. Kustra has served the school for the past 14 years. He said, “I think every organization deserves the opportunity every so many years for new leadership and 15 years, I thought, was the perfect point where you just say it’s time.” President Kustra will retire at the end of this academic year in June.

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Imperial Valley President to Retire

Dr. Victor Jaime has announced his retirement from Imperial Valley College in California. Jaime has served as president of the college for the past seven years. He will retire at the end of the 2017/18 academic year.

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Retirement Announced at PNWU

President Keith Watson will retire from Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences in June of 2018. Watson served the school for 5 years. A search for Watson’s successor is currently underway.

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Resignations

Cal State Fullerton President Leaving

Dr. Mildred Garcia has announced her resignation as president of Cal State Fullerton. Garcia has served the school for the past six years and will leave in January of 2018. She said, “This is a pretty bittersweet, emotional day for me.” Garcia will continue her role in higher education asthe president of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities in Washington, D.C.

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CUNY President Announces Resignation

Dr. James B. Milliken has announced that he will resign as chancellor of City University of New York. Milliken began his tenure as president in January 2014. He will leave at the end of the 2017/2018 academic year.

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Utah Valley President Resigning

The president of Utah Valley University has announced his resignation after nine years. President Mathew Holland will leave the university in June to become the mission president for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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