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Three Women Who Are Stepping Down From High-Level Posts in Academia

Three Women Who Are Stepping Down From High-Level Posts in Academia

The three women who are leaving their posts are Gail Norris, vice president and general counsel for the University of Rochester, Kimberly Gold, president of Robeson Community College in Lumberton, North Carolina, and Eunice John, professor of pediatrics at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Five Women Who Have Announced Their Intentions to Retire From High-Level Posts in the Academic World

Five Women Who Have Announced Their Intentions to Retire From High-Level Posts in the Academic World

The five women leaving their posts are Wendy Libby, president of Stetson University in Florida, Susan Welch, dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Penn State, Catherine Murray-Rust, dean of libraries at Georgia Tech, Gail O. Mellow, president of LaGuardia Community College in New York, and Peggy Bradford, President of Shawnee Community College in Illinois.

Two Women Scholars Who Are Stepping Down From University Positions

Two Women Scholars Who Are Stepping Down From University Positions

Cathy Klimaszewski, associate director and the Ames Curator of Education at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, has retired and Jacqueline Royster, dean of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts at the Georgia Institute of Technology, will step down this coming summer.

Two Women Announce Their Retirements From Executive Posts in Higher Education

Two Women Announce Their Retirements From Executive Posts in Higher Education

Kathy Zoner, the first woman chief of police at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, will step down on March 4 and Frankie Jeffries, longtime director of alumni affairs and sustained giving at LeMoyne-Owen College in Memphis, retired on February 1.

Four Women Who Are Retiring From High-Level University Positions

Four Women Who Are Retiring From High-Level University Positions

The four women who are stepping down from their posts are Kathy Rose-Mockry at the University of Kansas, Nicole Prudent at the Boston University School of Medicine, Jeanne Horrigan at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and Nancy Hargrave Meislahn at Wesleyan University in Connecticut.

Colette Geary to Step Down as President of the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota

Colette Geary to Step Down as President of the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota

Dr. Geary first became president of the private Catholic college in 2016. She is the first laywoman to serve as St. Scholastica president and the first woman president since 1975.

Carol Folt Announces She Is Stepping Down as Chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Carol Folt Announces She Is Stepping Down as Chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The resignation announcement was made while the University of North Carolina System’s board of governors was in an emergency session meeting on “issues related to UNC-Chapel Hill’s leadership,” according to board chair Harry L. Smith Jr. The board was not notified in advance of Chancellor Folt’s decision.

Three Women Who Are Retiring From High-Level Posts at Colleges and Universities

Three Women Who Are Retiring From High-Level Posts at Colleges and Universities

Susan Grant has retired as director of university housing at North Carolina State University. Judith L. Bonner, provost at Mississippi State University, and Kathy Hart, president of San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton, California, announced that they will step down later this year.

Coppin State University President Maria Thompson to Step Down at the End of the Academic Year

Coppin State University President Maria Thompson to Step Down at the End of the Academic Year

Maria Thompson,the first woman president of Coppin State University in Baltimore, Maryland, has announced she will retire at the end of the academic year after overcoming recent health challenges. She became president of Coppin State University in 2015.

Two Women Who Are Stepping Down From High-Level Positions in Academia

Two Women Who Are Stepping Down From High-Level Positions in Academia

Ann Dunnington has been conferred the title of professor emerita in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Virginia Tech and Berinthia R. LeVine, vice president for advancement at Cleveland State University and executive director of the CSU Foundation, announced that she will retire on June 30, 2019.

Four Women Scholars Stepping Down From the Their Posts in Higher Education

Four Women Scholars Stepping Down From the Their Posts in Higher Education

The women who have announced they are leaving their posts are Patricia J. Gumport at Stanford University, Elizabeth Crowther president of Rappahannock Community College in Glenns, Virginia, Dorinda Dallmeyer at the University of Georgia, and Jill Hartz at the University of Oregon.

Two Women Scholars Announce Their Retirements From High-Level University Positions

Two Women Scholars Announce Their Retirements From High-Level University Positions

Lorraine Siggns, a distinguished psychiatrist who has spent the last 30 years as director of Mental Health & Counseling at Yale Health and Beverly Warren, president of Kent State University in Ohio since 2014, will step down at the end of the current academic year.

Margaret Spellings to Retire as President of the University of North Carolina System in March

Margaret Spellings to Retire as President of the University of North Carolina System in March

Before taking on her presidency, Spellings served as the U.S. Secretary of Education for President George W. Bush from 2005 to 2009 and as Chief Domestic Policy Advisor to the White House from 2001 to 2005. She has been president of the University of North Carolina Systems since 2016.

Two Vanderbilt University Women Stepping Down From Leadership Roles

Two Vanderbilt University Women Stepping Down From Leadership Roles

Bonnie Miller, senior associate dean for health sciences education at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, and Mona Frederick, executive director of the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities at the university will leave their posts at the end of the academic year.

Four Women Who Are Stepping Down From High-Level Posts at Universities

Four Women Who Are Stepping Down From High-Level Posts at Universities

Leaving their posts are Dorrie K. Fontaine, dean of nursing at the University of Virginia, Elizabeth Grabau a professor of plant pathology at Virginia Tech, Barbara Laverdiere, director of dining services at Boston University, and Ranjanaa Devi, director of the Asian Arts and Culture program at University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Danielle Laraque-Arena Will Step Down As President of the Upstate Medical University

Danielle Laraque-Arena Will Step Down As President of the Upstate Medical University

Danielle Laraque-Arena, the first woman president of the Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York, has announced she is stepping down, effective at the end of this semester. She will return to a full-time faculty position in June 2019.

Two Woman Deans at the University of California, Berkeley Are Stepping Down to Return to Teaching

Two Woman Deans at the University of California, Berkeley Are Stepping Down to Return to Teaching

Carla Hesse, executive dean of the College of Letters & Science and dean of the Division of Social Sciences and Jennifer Wolch, dean of the College of Environmental Design will be leaving their pots as dean and will return full-time to teaching faculty positions.

Three Women Who Are Stepping Down From High-Level Posts at Major Universities

Three Women Who Are Stepping Down From High-Level Posts at Major Universities

Melinda O’Neal is retiring after 39 years on the faculty of Dartmouth College. Marilyn Sanders Mobley will be leaving her administrative post to return to the faculty at Case Western Reserve University, and Jane DiFolco Parker announced that she will retire as head of the Auburn Univerity Foundation next year.

Kristin Woolever Announces She Will Retire as Chancellor of Penn State Brandywine

Kristin Woolever Announces She Will Retire as Chancellor of Penn State Brandywine

Dr. Woolever has held the position since February 2014. Before coming to Penn State, Dr. Woolever was the president of Prescott College in Arizona. Prior to that, she was dean and director of the campus at the University of New Hampshire-Manchester and director of the Centre for Creative Change at Antioch University in Seattle. She will retire on July 31, 2019.

Four Women Who Are Leaving Their High-Level Posts at Colleges and Universities

Four Women Who Are Leaving Their High-Level Posts at Colleges and Universities

Stepping down are Mary Beahm at Pennsylvania State University, Joy Kenseth at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, Liz Liddy at Syracuse University in New York, and AnnaLee Saxenian at the University of California, Berkeley.

Three Women Announce Their Retirements From High-Level Posts in the Academic World

Three Women Announce Their Retirements From High-Level Posts in the Academic World

Stepping down from their posts are Carolyn Ashe, a business professor at the University of Houston-Downtown, Pat Thompson, the vice president for athletics at Elmira College in New York, and Fiona Doyle dean of the graduate division at the University of California, Berkeley.

Students Call for Brandman University to Reinstate Dean Christine Zeppos

Students Call for Brandman University to Reinstate Dean Christine Zeppos

Christine Zeppos, former dean of the School of Education at Brandman University in Irvine, California, claims that she was fired for speaking out in support of a harassment-free workplace and for more equal human resources processes for men and women.

Three Women Who Are Stepping Down From Key Positions in Higher Education

Three Women Who Are Stepping Down From Key Positions in Higher Education

The women who are leaving their posts are Elizabeth Rodke Washburn at the University of New Mexico, Alice Brekke at the University of North Dakota, and Ingrid S. Stafford at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.

Three Women Who Have Stepped Down From Top-Level Positions in Higher Education

Three Women Who Have Stepped Down From Top-Level Positions in Higher Education

the three women who have left their posts are Elaine Heath, dean of the Duke Divinity School, Barbara S. McCrady, director of the Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse & Addictions at the University of New Mexico, and Katharine Fretwell, dean of admissions and financial aid at Amherst College in Massachusetts.

Three Women Scholars Who Are Leaving Their Current Posts in Higher Education

Three Women Scholars Who Are Leaving Their Current Posts in Higher Education

The three women who have or will leave their posts in academia are Suzanne R. Kirschner at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, Sharon P. Smith, president of the University of Pittsburgh at Greeensburg, and Beth Ingram, provost at North Dakota State University.

Two Long-Time Women Administrators Stepping Down From Their University Posts

Two Long-Time Women Administrators Stepping Down From Their University Posts

Pat Singleton-Young, director of the Multicultural Student Center at Coast Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina, and Amy Campbell, assistant vice president for university services at Princeton University in New Jersey, are retiring.

Two Women Stepping Down From High-Level Posts at Major Universities

Two Women Stepping Down From High-Level Posts at Major Universities

Audrey Anderson, vice chancellor and general counsel at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, has announced that she will step down from her post on July 31 and Carolyn Ainslie, vice president for finance and treasurer at Princeton University in New Jersey is leaving her position in the academic world to become CFO at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Three Women Scholars Retiring From High-Level Academic Posts

Three Women Scholars Retiring From High-Level Academic Posts

Melissa Vito, the vice president for student affairs, enrollment management, and strategic initiatives at the University of Arizona, Barbara Jones, vice president for student affairs at Boston College, and Alice M. Clark, professor and vice chancellor for university relations at the University of Mississippi, have retired.

Three Women in the Academic World Who Have Announced Their Retirements

Three Women in the Academic World Who Have Announced Their Retirements

The three women who are retiring are Gertrud Schupbach, a professor of biology at Princeton University, Joan Hopkins, an associate athletic director at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and Donna Jurick, a long-time administrator at St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas.

Seven Women Who Are Stepping Down From Their Current Posts in Higher Education

Seven Women Who Are Stepping Down From Their Current Posts in Higher Education

The seven women who are stepping down are Marcy R. Driscoll at Florida State, Diane B. Call at Queensborough Community College, Florence Schmieg at the University of Delaware, Gabriela Weaver at the University of Massachusetts, Nancy Brickhouse at Saint Louis University, Sarah Jane Flint at Princeton, and Anne D. Yoder at Duke.

Five Women Who Are Retiring From Their Posts at Colleges and Universities

Five Women Who Are Retiring From Their Posts at Colleges and Universities

The retirees are Julia Zimmerman at Florida State University, Jane Noble-Harvey at the University of Delaware, Verna Fitzsimmons at Kansas State University, Karla Spurlock-Evans at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, and Rhonda Rogers at Virginia Tech.

Six Women Who Are Retiring From High-Level University Positions

Six Women Who Are Retiring From High-Level University Positions

The women who are stepping down are Katherine Ku at Stanford University, Judy Rose at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Sarah Thomas at Harvard University, Paula Miller at Texas A&M University, Karin M. Wiburg at New Mexico State University, and Diane Herson at the University of Delaware.

Four Women Scholars Are Stepping Down From Their University Posts

Four Women Scholars Are Stepping Down From Their University Posts

They are Naomi Hanaoka McGloin at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Joyce Ice at West Virginia University, Suzanne Reynolds at the Wake Forest University School of Law, and Judith Hough-Goldstein at the University of Delaware.

Vanderbilt University Honors Six Women Professors With Emerita Status

Vanderbilt University Honors Six Women Professors With Emerita Status

Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee has conferred emeritus/a status on 22 professors. Of these, six are women.

Six Women Who Are Retiring From High-Level Positions in the Academic World

Six Women Who Are Retiring From High-Level Positions in the Academic World

They are Lenora Tubbs Tisdale at Yale DIvinity School, Carolyn B. Brooks at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Mary Cronin at Rice University, Ethel Hill Williams at the University of Nebraska-Omaha, Roxanne Lalande of Lafayette College, and Janet Strohl-Morgan at Princeton University.