New Presidents or Provosts: Colorado State U, Evergreen Valley College, Rhode Island College, Sam Houston State U, Schoolcraft College, Shawnee State U, State U of New York-Fredonia, West Virginia State U, Wiregrass Georgia Technical College

October 30, 2020
 
  • Sunil Ahuja, associate provost for academic affairs at the University of Scranton, in Pennsylvania, has been appointed provost and vice president for academic and student affairs at Shawnee State University, in Ohio.
  • Glenn Cerny, vice president and chief financial officer at Schoolcraft College, in Michigan, has been appointed president there.
  • DeAnnia Clements, associate vice president for academic affairs at Wiregrass Georgia Technical College, has been promoted to vice president for academic affairs there.
  • Tammeil Gilkerson, president of Laney College, in California, has been selected as president of Evergreen Valley College, also in California.
  • Stephen H. Kolison Jr., executive vice president and provost at the University of Indianapolis, has been named president of the State University of New York at Fredonia.
  • Mary Pedersen, interim provost at California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo, has been named to serve as the next provost and executive vice president at Colorado State University.
  • Nicole Pride, vice provost for academic strategy and operations at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, has been selected as president of West Virginia State University.
  • Helen Tate, provost and executive vice president at Wingate University, in North Carolina, has been appointed provost and vice president for academic affairs at Rhode Island College.
  • Alisa White, president of Austin Peay State University, in Tennessee, has been chosen as president of Sam Houston State University, in Texas.

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