Calif. chancellor likely to be next Conn. higher ed system president
- Connecticut's Board of Regents for Higher Education selected Gregory Gray as its next president following South Dakota Board of Regents CEO Jack Warner's rejection of an offer earlier this week.
- Gray, currently chancellor of California's Riverside Community College District, is expected to be approved on May 16.
- A "tentative agreement" reached with Gray includes a $380,000 salary, three-year term, use of a state vehicle, a moving allowance of $25,000, state benefits and a performance bonus.
From the article:
... Lewis J. Robinson, chairman of both the Board of Regents and the search committee, said in a prepared statement announcing Gray's selection: "Dr. Gray has the academic credentials and experience to lead our system, is a proven fundraiser, and has first-hand experience in the reorganization of higher education institutions. I believe Dr. Gray will be an enthusiastic and effective advocate on behalf of our institutions in front of the legislature, the governor, and across the state as he works to build partnerships that support student success, learning, and workforce development." ...
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