Three Women Who Have Retired From High-Level University Positions

Elizabeth P. Latt, assistant vice chancellor for news and communications at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, has retired after 27 years of service to the university. She joined the university in 1990 as director of the News Service.

Latt is a graduate of the College of Journalism at the University of South Carolina.

Linny Frickman has retired as director of the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art at Colorado State University. Her career at the university began in 1988 when she was named an adjunct professor of art history. In 1990, she was appointed director of the Clara Hatton Gallery.  She became museum director in 2009.

Frickman is a graduate of Oberlin College in Ohio. She earned a master’s degree in art history from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Maureen K. Martin, director of the DuBard School of Language Disorders at the University of Southern Mississippi, has retired. Her career at the university began in 1975 when she was hired as a speech-language pathologist.

Dr. Martin holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in language pathology from the University of Southern Mississippi. She earned a Ph.D. in psychology at the National University of Ireland.


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