2 Washburn Administrators Resign, 1 To Retire

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Washburn University president Jerry Farley says two university administrators have left their jobs and a third plans to retire this summer.

Farley confirmed Monday that Wanda Hill, vice president for administration, and Robin Bowen, vice president for academic affairs, have stepped down. He says the move involved a personnel issue and declined to comment further.

The university says David Monical, Washburn's director of governmental and university relations, is one of about two dozen people who will take the university's early retirement incentive this summer.

Nancy Tate, a professor of computer information services, has been named acting vice president for academic affairs.

John Moore, who retired from Washburn in 1999, will serve as interim treasurer and vice president for administration.


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