Mark A. Nook, senior vice president for academic and student affairs for the University of Wisconsin System, has announced that he has accepted a new position as chancellor of Montana State University Billings. He plans to take office there in July 2014. Nook previously served as provost and vice chancellor at UW-Stevens Point, also serving as that institution’s interim chancellor from 2009-2010. UW System President Ray Cross plans to name an interim academic and student affairs leader shortly. He will also work with the UW System Board of Regents to launch a national search to identify Nook’s permanent successor. (We’ll miss Nook, at least in part for the Suessical quality of his name.) There’s a news release online.
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