• Joanna Bauer, Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs at the University of Claremont Lincoln, California, has been promoted by Vice President of Academic Affairs and Academic Director there.
  • Loren J. Blanchard, Vice Executive Chancellor for academic and student affairs in the California State University system, has been appointed president of the University of Houston Downtown.
  • Paul M. Goldbart, Dean from the College of Natural Sciences at the University of Texas in Austin, has been appointed Executive Vice President and Provost at the University of Stony Brook, part of the New York State University system .
  • l. Gregory Jones, Dean of the Divinity School at Duke University, in North Carolina, has been selected as President of the University of Belmont, in Tennessee.
  • Colin Potts, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Professor of Interactive Computing in Georgia The Institute of Technology, has been chosen as Vice Chancellor of Provost and Executive for Academic Affairs at the University of Science and Technology of Missouri.
  • Lonnie Roberts, Provost in Coastal Pins Technical College, in Georgia, has been promoted to the President there.
  • Joel Shock, Associate Provost, Professor of History and Dean for the School of Humanities and Behavior Sciences at the University of Anderson, in Indiana, in Indiana, has been promoted to the presentation there.
  • Alfred w. Tatum, Dean of the College of Education at the University of Illinois in Chicago, has been appointed provoked and vice president of academic affairs at the Metropolitan State University in Denver.
  • a. James WohlPart, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Provost and Executive of Academic Affairs at the University of Northern Iowa, has been selected as President of the Central University of Washington.

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