College President’s Report – April 2017
Baylor Appoints its First Female President
Baylor University has appointed Dr. Linda A. Livingstone, dean at George Washington School of Business, as its 15th president. Livingstone will replace interim President David Garland on June 1st.
University of Arizona Approves New President
Dr. Robert Robbins has been approved by The Arizona Board of Regents to a three-year contract as president at the school. Robbins will take over for Dr. Ann Weaver Hart, who announced she will step down on June 1st.
William and Mary President to Retire After a Decade of Service
Mr. W. Taylor Reveley has announced that he will retire at the end of next year from the College of William and Mary. Revely said, “Serving as president of a college or university is one of the most challenging but meaningful jobs anyone can possibly have.” He continued with, “It has certainly been so for me. And it has been a rare privilege to lead this magnificent school. All parts of the William & Mary family, working together, have taken crucially important steps forward. I’ll leave the Brafferton in June 2018 with confidence that W&M’s momentum will keep rolling, while I enjoy the Elysian Fields of retirement at long last.” Revely has served as president since 2008.
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