Provosts / Vice Presidents

New Presidents or Provosts: Alliant International U., Florida Gulf Coast U., Lake Superior State U., Philadelphia U., U. of Connecticut

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  • Wilson G. Bradshaw, president of Metropolitan State University, in Minnesota, has been named president of Florida Gulf Coast University.
  • Michael J. Hogan, executive vice president and provost at the University of Iowa, has been selected as president of the University of Connecticut.
  • Rodney L.
  • New Presidents or Provosts: Association of Commonwealth Universities, Babson College, Bloomsburg U. of Pennsylvania, Camden CC, Delta State U., Kendall College, McKendree U., Pacific U.

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  • Christine M. Bahr, interim vice president for academic affairs at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, in Indiana, has been appointed provost and dean at McKendree University, in Illinois.
  • Karen S. Gersten, associate provost for academic programs and distance learning at Roosevelt University, in Illinois, has been named provost at Kendall College, also in Illinois.
  • Margaret A.
  • New Presidents or Provosts: Seattle U., Talladega College, U. of Dallas, U. of Rhode Island

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  • J. William Berry, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Butler University, in Indiana, has been named provost of the University of Dallas, in Texas.
  • Isiaah Crawford, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and a professor of psychology at Loyola University Chicago, has been appointed provost at Seattle University.
  • Donald H.
  • New Presidents or Provosts: CC of Allegheny County, North Carolina Community College System, Oklahoma State U., Truman State U., U. of North Carolina at Asheville

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  • Jane K. Fernandes, senior fellow at the Johnnetta B. Cole Global Diversity & Inclusion Institute and former provost of Gallaudet University, in Washington, D.C., has been chosen as provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
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  • New Presidents or Provosts: El Centro College, Oakland CC, Red Rocks CC, U. of Louisiana-Lafayette, U. of Missouri-Kansas City, Western Governors U.

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  • Gail Hackett, university vice provost and dean of University College at Arizona State University, has been named provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Missouri at Kansas City.
  • Michele Haney, president of Morgan Community College, in Colorado, has been appointed president of Red Rocks Community College, also in Colorado.
  • Paul McCarthy, president of Prairie State College, in Illinois
  • New Presidents or Provosts: Argosy U.-Chicago, Florida A

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  • Patrick Allen, provost at Southern Nazarene University, in Oklahoma, has been appointed provost of George Fox University, in Oregon.
  • Sheri Noren Everts, interim senior vice chancellor for academic and student affairs at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, has been named vice president for academic affairs and provost at Illinois State University.
  • John Frederick, former executive vice pres
  • New Presidents or Provosts: Martin U., Missouri Western State U., Occidental College, U. of Maryland-Baltimore County, U. of Missouri System, Valparaiso U., Westminster College (Pa.)

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  • Richard H. Dorman, vice president for institutional advancement at Otterbein College, in Ohio, has been selected as president of Westminster College, in Pennsylvania.
  • Gary D. Forsee, former chairman and chief executive officer of Sprint Nextel Corp., has been named president of the University of Missouri System.
  • New Presidents or Provosts: Cleveland State U., Drexel U., Greenville College, Monroe CC, Stephens College, U. of Idaho, Western Washington U.

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  • Ronald M. Berkman, provost and executive vice president and chief operating officer at Florida International University, has been appointed president of Cleveland State University, in Ohio.
  • Mark Greenberg, interim provost at Drexel University, in Pennsylvania, has been promoted to provost and senior vice president of academic affairs on a permanent basis.
  • Anne M.
  • Big Shoes to Fill

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    Death of Edward M. Kennedy leaves gaping hole in federal higher education policy arena. In today's political environment, can anyone else step in? And if so, who?

    Punished for Ambition

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    By many accounts, Desdemona Cardoza was the hands-down favorite to lead California State University's Los Angeles campus when James M. Rosser -- the president since 1979 -- eventually stepped aside. Cardoza had spent 22 years as a faculty member and administrator there, and had worked closely with Rosser since he appointed her provost in 2007.


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