Former Governor Appointed Head of University of Maine System
Dannel Malloy, governor of Connecticut from 2010 to 2018, will become the next chancellor of the University of Maine System. Malloy will replace Chancellor James Page, who announced his retirement earlier this year, on July 1st.
New President Named at Edinboro University
Guiyou Huang has been selected by the Board of Governor’s of Pennsylvania to become the next president of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Huang currently serves as chancellor for Louisiana State University of Alexandria. He will begin his tenure at Edinboro on July 1st.
Humboldt State University Appoints New President
Current Black Hills State University President, Dr. Tom Jackson Jr., has been named the next president at Humboldt State University. Jackson said, “ I welcome the opportunity to work with HSU’s talented faculty and staff, alongside community members, to ensure that those life-altering opportunities are expanded for current and future students.” Jackson will begin his post as president in July.
Iona Names New Ninth President
Seamus Carey has been named the next president at Iona College. Carey currently serves as president of Transylvania University in Lexington Kentucky. He will become the school’s ninth president begin July 1st.
Sorenson Announced as Chancellor at LSU Eunice
Current president at Hillsborough CC, Nancee Sorenson, has been named the next president at LSU Eunice. She said, “It’s a true honor to be selected as the new leader of LSU Eunice and work under the direction of such a tremendous president as Dr. King Alexander.” Sorenson will begin her leadership upon approval from the Board of Supervisors.
San Francisco State University Appoints New President
Lynn Mahoney has been named the next president at SFSU by the California State University Board of Trustees. Mahoney is the current provost at Cal State Los Angeles. She will become the 14th president at SFSU on July 15th.
SUNY Empire State Names Next President
Dr. Jim Malatras has been approved by the SUNY board of Trustees to become the next president at SUNY Empire state. Malatras currently serves as the president of Rockefeller Institute of Government, and will become the fifth Empire State president this summer.
New President Selected at Thomas More University
Former president of Newbury College, Joseph L. Chillo, has been announced as Thomas More University’s next president. Chillo said, “It is a great honor and my distinct privilege to be selected to serve as Thomas More University’s 15th president.” He will begin his tenure on June 1st.
University of Wyoming Names New Acting President
Current University of Wyoming VP for Finance and Administration, Neil Theobald, has been chosen to become new acting president. Theobald will replace current President Laurie Nichols on July 1st.
Oklahoma President to Retire After One Year
University of Oklahoma president, Jim Gallogly, will retire after only one year of leading the institution. Gollogly said, “(My wife) Janet and I have been honored to serve our university.” Gollogly’s term as president has been marred with controversies. He will officially leave the school once a transition for a successor has been put in place.
Centre College President to Retire
Centre College President John Roush has announced his plans to retire from Centre College after 22 years at the helm. Roush said, “Our plan is to finish strong and keep working hard up to the very last day.” He plans to officially retire on June 30th, 2020.
Depauw President Announces Resignation
President D. Mark McCoy has announced his plans to retire at the end of the 2019-20 academic year. McCoy said, “I have loved my time at Depauw as dean and president.” McCoy has served as the school’s leader since 2016. The Board has begun a national search for a replacement.
Darrell to Resign from Kentucky Wesleyan
Barton D. Darrell has announced his plan to retire as president from Kentucky Wesleyan this June 1st. Darrell has served as the school’s 34th president since September 2014.
Portland State President Resigns
President Rahmat Shoureshi has resigned as president from Portland State University. Shoureshi led the school for the past 21 months, but fell out of favor with trustees who questioned his ability to lead the institution.