New Presidents or Provosts: CQUniversity, College of DuPage, Georgia Highlands U, Kansas State U, Pacific Northwest U of Health Sciences, Shenandoah U, U of Louisville, U of North Carolina-Asheville, U of South Florida-St. Petersburg

October 11, 2018
  • Adrienne G. Bloss, vice president for academic affairs at Shenandoah University, in Virginia, has been named provost as well.
  • Beth Boehm, dean of the school of interdisciplinary and graduate studies at the University of Louisville, has been promoted to executive vice president and university provost there.
  • Nancy J. Cable, president of the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, in Florida, has been named chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
  • Mark Curtis-Chávez, special assistant to the president of Lone Star College-CyFair, in Texas, has been selected as provost of the College of DuPage, in Illinois.
  • Nick Klomp, deputy vice chancellor academic at the University of Canberra, in Australia, has been appointed vice chancellor and president of CQUniversity, in Australia.
  • Michael J. Lawler, dean and professor of the School of Health Sciences at the University of South Dakota, has been chosen as president of Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, in Washington.
  • Dana Nichols, vice president for academic affairs at Chattanooga State Community College, in Tennessee, has been named vice president for academic affairs at Georgia Highlands College.
  • Charles Taber, vice provost for graduate and professional education and dean of the Graduate School at Stony Brook University, part of the State University of New York system, has been selected as provost and executive vice president of Kansas State University.
  • Martin Tadlock, interim chancellor of the University of South Florida's St. Petersburg campus, has been appointed to the job on a permanent basis.


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