Thursday, June 19, 2014

Another public university president in Oregon calls it quits: Southern Oregon president leaves for Washington job

The Oregonian 
June 16th, 2014

Another president of an Oregon public university has resigned to leave for greener pastures.
Southern Oregon University President Mary Cullinan announced Monday she is leaving June 30 to become president of Eastern Washington University.
Three months ago, Eastern Oregon University's president, Bob Davies, announced he had quit to take a college presidency in Kentucky.
That leaves the Oregon board of higher education searching for new presidents for three of the state's four regional and technical universities and for an interim chancellor to oversee all of them. Western Oregon University president Mark Weiss, who has led the Monmouth school for three years, has announced he will retire next June.
Jay Kenton, who served as vice chancellor for finance and administration of Oregon's seven public universities, has stepped in as interim president of Eastern.

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