Richard "Biff" Williams, founding dean of the College of Nursing, Health and Human Services at Indiana State University, has been selected as the university's next Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, President Daniel J. Bradley announced today.
American University President Neil Kerwin announced the appointment of Dr. William (Billy) Walker, deputy director of athletics at the United States Air Force Academy, as the university's 14th director of athletics and recreation.
The Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning announced today the unanimous decision to name William N. LaForge as president of Delta State University.
Steve Angle, senior vice president at Wright State University, will be recommended by UT System President Joe DiPietro for election by the UT Board of Trustees as the next chancellor of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
The Georgia Military College Board of Trustees has selected Lieutenant General William B. Caldwell, IV to be GMC's 21st president. General Caldwell will officially assume duties as president this summer, upon his retirement from the United States Army following 37 years of service.
The Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning announced on Thursday, Feb. 7 the unanimous decision to name Dr. Rodney Bennett as the 10th president of the University of Southern Mississippi.
The Board of Regents, State of Iowa, today named William N. Ruud, president of Shippensburg University, to be the 10th president of the University of Northern Iowa. Ruud was one of two candidates forwarded to the Board of Regents by the search committee with their approval.
Widener University did not have to look far for its new football coach as it picked Bobby Acosta to lead the Pride, which has won two national titles and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III Tournament in 2012.
Susan Elkins brings passion and a wealth of experience in meeting the higher education needs of a state to her new role as chancellor of South Carolina Palmetto College at the University of South Carolina.