The change of the guard in higher education often follows a family process: After a university or university president enroll, an interim president carries out his place and leads the institution for approximately one year while his board of government seeks A permanent leader.

In recent years, a growing number of colleges and universities has designated intermediate or actual presidents to carry for two years or more. The trend reflects a change in the corporate world in favor of the interim executives. Experts say that intermediate presidents of several years can promote institutional continuity, implement cultural changes and give the Board more time to search and select their next permanent president.

The Trustee Board of the University of Ohio recently announced that Hugh Sherman, former From University College, would serve as president for a period of two years from June 14, 2021.

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