• Mitch Avila, Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities at California State University Dominguez Hills, has been chosen as Provost in the Canal Islands of California State University.
  • Archie L. Blanson, Acting President of Slone Start The Harris campus of the North of the University, has been appointed to work permanently.
  • Francine Conway, Dean of the Postgraduate School of Applied Psychology and Professional at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, in New Jersey, has been named Provost and Executive Vice-Rector of Academic Affairs there.
  • Theresa Felder, Senior Student Success Vice President at Clark State Community College, in Ohio, has been selected as President of Harford Community College, in Maryland.
  • Jeffrey Gold, a chancelor of the Medical Center of the University of Nebraska, has been given the additional role of the Senior System of the University of Nebraska.
  • Brian Lenzmeier, Acting President of Good University of Vista, in Iowa., has been appointed to work permanently.
  • Kathy L. Murphy, Superintendent of Hoover City Schools, in Alabama, has been appointed president of Gadsden State Community College, also in Alabama.
  • Eduardo M. Peñalver, Dean of the School of Law at Cornell University, in New York, has been selected as President of the University of Seattle, in Washington.
  • Suzanne Sherman, Associate Provost in New College of Florida, has been promoted to the Provost there.
  • Melody Tankersley, Senior Vice President Interim and Provost at Kent's State University, in Ohio, has been named for the position permanently.
  • Wooden Ontario, Associated Vice Chancellor for Student Success and Academic Disclosure at the North Carolina Central University, has been elected as Vice President of Academic Affairs of Provost and Senior for Academic Affairs in Alcorn State University, In Mississippi.
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