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The Times-Tribune, Scranton, PA

Keystone College Names New President

Keystone College Names New President

May 31, 2018

As Keystone College’s (PA) 11th president, Tracy L. Brundage, Ph.D., hopes to work with students early in their studies to build their skills and confidence to secure jobs after graduation.  The college officially announced the promotion of Brundage — the current provost and vice president for academic affairs for the college — on Wednesday. She begins her new post in July.  In January, President David L. Coppola said he would step down in July to take a position at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut. 
As Keystone College’s (PA) 11th president, Tracy L. Brundage, Ph.D., hopes to work with students early in their studies to build their skills and confidence to secure jobs after graduation.  The college officially announced the promotion of Brundage — the current provost and vice president for academic affairs for the college — on Wednesday. She begins her new post in July.  In January, President David L. Coppola said he would step down in July to take a position at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut. 

May 31, 2018

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Los Angeles Business Journal

Linda Oubré Named President of Whittier College

Linda Oubré Named President of Whittier College

May 31, 2018

L.A. native and San Francisco State University business school dean Linda Oubré has been named president of Whittier College (CA), starting in July.  Oubré succeeds longtime current President Sharon Herzberger, who announced her retirement last year, effective at the end of the academic year in June. Oubré will become the liberal arts college’s 15th president since its founding in 1887 and its first black president.
L.A. native and San Francisco State University business school dean Linda Oubré has been named president of Whittier College (CA), starting in July.  Oubré succeeds longtime current President Sharon Herzberger, who announced her retirement last year, effective at the end of the academic year in June. Oubré will become the liberal arts college’s 15th president since its founding in 1887 and its first black president.

May 31, 2018

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Courier & Press, Evansville, IN

University of Evansville's New President Plans to Listen and Build Relationships

University of Evansville's New President Plans to Listen and Build ...

May 31, 2018

When University of Evansville President-Elect Christopher Pietruszkiewicz officially takes office in July, his first goal is to listen.  Pietruszkiewicz plans to hear as many voices as possible -- from faculty and staff to students -- so he can provide the best programs and environment possible. UE formally announced Pietruszkiewicz as the 24th president of the university at the end of March after a national search. He’s currently the dean of the Stetson University College of Law, and a former Louisiana State University faculty member and administrator.
When University of Evansville President-Elect Christopher Pietruszkiewicz officially takes office in July, his first goal is to listen.  Pietruszkiewicz plans to hear as many voices as possible -- from faculty and staff to students -- so he can provide the best programs and environment possible. UE formally announced Pietruszkiewicz as the 24th president of the university at the end of March after a national search. He’s currently the dean of the Stetson University College of Law, and a former Louisiana State University faculty member and administrator.

May 31, 2018

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The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA

Mount Aloysius Names Interim President

Mount Aloysius Names Interim President

May 31, 2018

Mount Aloysius College (PA) has announced that John W. Mills, former interim senior vice president of academic affairs and provost at the college, will serve as interim president for the 2018-19 academic year.  Mills came to Mount Aloysius last summer after a national search for an interim academic vice president and provost. The entire Mount Aloysius community was involved in the vetting process for the position, and Mills was the overwhelming favorite among faculty and staff at the college.
Mount Aloysius College (PA) has announced that John W. Mills, former interim senior vice president of academic affairs and provost at the college, will serve as interim president for the 2018-19 academic year.  Mills came to Mount Aloysius last summer after a national search for an interim academic vice president and provost. The entire Mount Aloysius community was involved in the vetting process for the position, and Mills was the overwhelming favorite among faculty and staff at the college.

May 31, 2018

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The Monitor, Concord, NH

New England College to Merge with N.H. Institute of Art

New England College to Merge with N.H. Institute of Art

May 30, 2018

New England College (NH) and the New Hampshire Institute of Art are merging, the two schools announced Tuesday.  The move comes as small schools across the Northeast struggle with declining revenues and enrollment because of declining numbers of graduating seniors in the region. But the Henniker-based NEC, a private, not-for-profit liberal arts school with about 2,800 undergraduate and graduate students, has been growing its enrollment and expanding programming.
New England College (NH) and the New Hampshire Institute of Art are merging, the two schools announced Tuesday.  The move comes as small schools across the Northeast struggle with declining revenues and enrollment because of declining numbers of graduating seniors in the region. But the Henniker-based NEC, a private, not-for-profit liberal arts school with about 2,800 undergraduate and graduate students, has been growing its enrollment and expanding programming.

May 30, 2018

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