• Meaghan Blight, Vice President of University Growth and Chief of Personnel of Huron University College, in Ontario, has been appointed president of Wesleyan College, in Georgia.
  • Jennifer L. Burris, president of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the State University of the Apalaches, in North Carolina, has been selected as Vice President of Academic and Rector Affairs of the University of Lenoir-Rhyne, Also in North Carolina.
  • Rochelle L. Ford, Dean of the School of Communications at the University of Elon, in North Carolina, has been appointed president of the University of Dillard, in Louisiana.
  • Kent Gallaher, associate dean for the strategy and development of the Faculty at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of Lipscomb at the University of Lipscomb, in Tennessee, has been chosen as rector and academic director of the university Cristiana Lubbock, in Texas.
  • Gwendolyn Mahon, dean of the School of Health Professions at Rutgers University, in New Jersey, has been selected as provost and senior vice president of academic affairs at the University of New England, in Maine .
  • Ashwani Monga, Vice Chancellor and Executive Vice Chancellor of the University of Rutgers in Newark, has been appointed Academic Director and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs in the Georgia University System.
  • Shadow JQ Robinson, dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences of the University of Tennessee in Martin, has been chosen as Rector and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Arkansas AT. Fort Smith.
  • Laurens H. (Larry) Smith, interim vice president of research at Utah State University, has been appointed provost there.
  • Ty A. Stone, president of Jefferson Community College, in New York, has been elected as president of Cleveland State Community College, in Tennessee.
  • Tammi Vacha-Haase, dean of the Graduate College of the State University of Boise, has been selected as a provisions and vice president for academic issues at the University of Texas A&M– Comercio.

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