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CU Board of Regents Confirm Mark Kennedy As Next President, Vote Was 5-4

He has been president at UND since 2016.

DENVER — UND President Mark Kennedy has been selected as the next CU system president by the University of Colorado Board of Regents. The vote was split four-four but a “yes” vote by Chair Sue Sharkey gave Kennedy the votes he needed. His compensation package was approved by a 8-1 vote. Kennedy was the target of demonstrations and online petitions…

Regent Calls Attacks On Mark Kennedy “Unreasonable” And Blames Radical Leftists

Chance Hill is a member of the Colorado University Board of Regents

UND President Mark Kennedy in ColoradoDENVER, CO — A member of the Colorado University Board of Regents is speaking out in support of Mark Kennedy and the C-U presidential search process. In a Facebook post, Chance Hill wrote that he could no longer keep silent after Kennedy endured “unreasonable attacks and slanderous smears in the past two weeks.” Hill blames radical…

UND President Begins Job Interview Tours In Colorado

Kennedy has been the target of demonstrations and online petitions Against His Nomination

BOULDER, CO — UND President Mark Kennedy is in Colorado this week. He is meeting with administrators, students and faculty at the University of Colorado, where he is the lone finalist to become the next president. Kennedy’s first stop was to speak with administrators and foundation members. Visits are also planned Tuesday through Friday at campuses in Colorado Springs, Aurora,…

University of Minnesota Names First Female President

The school's governing board voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a five-year contract for Joan Gabel.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) _ University of South Carolina Provost Joan Gabel has been named the first female president in the 167-year history of the University of Minnesota. The school’s governing board voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a five-year contract for Joan Gabel. She’ll earn $640,000 annually. She’ll become the university’s 17th president next July 1. The Board of Regents earlier this…