Chippewa Valley Technical College, Lamar Institute of Technology, U of Hull, U of Pittsburgh–Bradford/Titusville, and Vanguard U have all recently made significant changes in their leadership. Rick That, who previously served as interim president of the Bradford and Titusville campus of the University of Pittsburgh, has been appointed president of both campuses permanently. This decision was made after a thorough search process for a candidate who could continue to lead the campuses with their unique needs and strengths.
Hartwig, who previously served as dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Professor of Communication at the Christian University of Colorado, has been selected as Vice President of Academic Affairs and Provost at the University of Vanguard in California. His extensive experience in academic leadership and his commitment to student success make him a great fit for this position.
Chosen as president of the Lamar Technology Institute in Texas is Valentine, who previously served as the director of academic and student services at South Florida State College. His passion for education and commitment to helping students achieve their goals make him an ideal candidate for this position.
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