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Can one administrator lead two higher ed institutions simultaneously?


Can one administrator lead two higher ed institutions simultaneously? Barbara Gellman-Danley will take on this unique opportunity as the new president of the University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College, both in Ohio, effective Oct. 1. This dual position results from a bill passed by the Ohio General Assembly in July that allows for one president to serve both institutions. Gellman-Danley served for 15 months as coordinating officer for the college and university. She has also been vice chancellor for Academic Affairs and System Integration for the Ohio Board of Regents and president of Antioch University McGregor (Ohio), plus she has 15 years of experience in community college leadership in New York and Oklahoma.
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Title Annotation:PEOPLE WATCH
Author:Herrmann, Michele
Publication:University Business
Date:Oct 1, 2009
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