ALMANAC BETWEEN ISSUES February 13, 2002


LEAVING

Two Named President of Liberal Arts Colleges

Reed College:
Colin Diver

Colin Diver, the Charles A. Heimbold, Jr., Professor of Law and Economics and former dean at the Law School, was elected president of Reed College in Portland, Oregon, on Saturday, February 9. He will assume his responsibilities as the 14th president of the college on July 1.

www.reed.edu

Franklin &
Marshall College:
John Fry

John Fry, executive vice president, was named the 14th president of Franklin and Marshall College today. He will assume his new responsibilities in Lancaster on July 1.

www.fandm.edu

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President of Lake Forest College: Steve Schutt (Feb. 13, 2001)

Vice President and Chief of Staff Stephen D. Schutt has been unanimously elected as the 13th president of Lake Forest College, a private liberal arts college on the shore of Lake Michigan in Lake Forest, Illinois.

www.upenn.edu/almanac/v47/n22/021301.html#steve

Perpetuating A Penn Pattern of Preparing Presidents (Feb. 13, 2001)

Penn has long been a launching pad for higher education's future presidents. Mr. Schutt is the latest in a long line of Penn faculty, deans, provosts and administrators who left the University to go on to serve as the head of a college or university. He joins the ranks of a growing roster of presidents who spent formative years here--a list which informally totals

nearly three dozen from the past few decades.

Click here for full story: www.upenn.edu/almanac/v47/n22/presidents.html

 


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