New President for Jesuit College Group
- New presidents provosts: Clemson Hopkinsville Millikin MVSU Lowcountry Spring Hill
- Some professors fear Catholic colleges are ignoring call by the pope to focus less on abortion and homosexuality
- Cover-Up at Gonzaga U.
- Outrage Over Ouster of Priests at Saint Louis U.
- New Presidents or Provosts: Capital U., Glendale CC, Middle Tennessee State U., Newberry College, Owens CC, St. Gregory's U., School of Visual Arts, U. of Hartford, Webster U.
The Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities said Thursday that the Rev. Michael J. Sheeran, the former president of Regis University, will become the group's new president. Father Sheeran, who was president of Regis for 20 years, oversaw the development of the college's online programs. The Rev. Gregory Lucey, the previous president of the group, which represents the nation's 28 Jesuit colleges, will return to Spring Hill College as chancellor. Father Lucey had led Spring Hill before he became president of the Jesuit college group in 2011.