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UA's sugg to recommend Gearhart as chancellor.

University of Arkansas System President B. Alan Sugg has recommended G. David Gearhart as the next chancellor of the state's flagship university at Fayetteville. Sugg formally recommended Gearhart, 55, now vice chancellor for university advancement and professor of education, to the university's board of trustees. If approved by the 10-member board, Gearhart, 55, now vice chancellor for university advancement and professor of education, would succeed Chancellor John A. White when White retires on June 30. White plans to return to the engineering department faculty. Gearhart has been the university's vice chancellor for university advancement since 1998. Before that, he was senior vice president for development and university relations at The Pennsylvania State University from 1985-1995.
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Title Annotation:EDUCATION
Author:Bahn, Chris
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Jan 28, 2008
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