New Presidents or Provosts: Babson College, Berkeley College, Bluegrass Community-Technical College, Cedar Crest College, Clarion U of Pa., Elizabeth City State U, Monmouth U, Salisbury U, Salve Regina U, U of Southern Indiana

January 15, 2019
 
  • Koffi C. Akakpo, vice president for business, administrative and student services at North Central State College, in Ohio, has been named president of Bluegrass Community and Technical College, in Kentucky.
  • Kelli J. Armstrong, vice president for planning and assessment at Boston College, in Massachusetts, has been chosen as president of Salve Regina University, in Rhode Island.
  • Karrie Gibson Dixon, interim chancellor of Elizabeth City State University, in North Carolina, has been appointed to the job on a permanent basis.
  • Pamela J. Gent, interim provost at Clarion University of Pennsylvania, has been selected as provost and academic vice president there.
  • Mohammed Khayum, interim provost at the University of Southern Indiana, has been appointed to the job on a permanent basis.
  • Patrick F. Leahy, president of Wilkes University, in Pennsylvania, has been chosen as president of Monmouth University, in New Jersey.
  • Karen Olmstead, interim provost at Salisbury University, in Maryland, has been named provost and senior vice president of academic affairs there on a permanent basis.
  • Marsha Pollard, interim executive vice president for academic affairs at American International College, in Massachusetts, has been chosen as provost of Berkeley College, in New York and New Jersey.
  • Stephen Spinelli Jr., chancellor of Thomas Jefferson University, in Pennsylvania, has been named president of Babson College, in Massachusetts.
  • Robert A. Wilson, acting provost of Cedar Crest College, in Pennsylvania, has been promoted to the job on a permanent basis.

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