Margaret Sullivan Stepping Down as Head of University of South Florida-St. Petersburg

Margaret M. Sullivan, regional chancellor for the University of South Florida St. Petersburg, has announced that she is stepping down, effective August 2. She has served as regional chancellor since December 2009.

Dr. Sullivan spent 11 years as an administrator at Georgia State University, serving as an assistant vice president. She has also served as vice president for academic affairs at Brenau University in Gainesville, Georgia.

Dr. Sullivan is a graduate of the University of Georgia. She holds master’s and doctoral degrees from Georgia State University.

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