- Dartmouth College announced that Philip Hanlon, currently the chief academic officer at the University of Michigan, will become the Ivy League school's 18th president.
- Hanlon, brings experience as Michigan's provosts and VP for academic affairs, as well as a background as a mathematics professor and Dartmouth alumnus.
- He will take over as president on July 1, replacing Jim Yong Kim, who departed earlier this year to be president at the World Bank.
From the article:
"... He also is a mathematics professor, and plans to continue to teach at Dartmouth. He says his time at Dartmouth convinced him that a broad liberal arts education is the firmest foundation for success and he looks forward to returning to the place where he forged lifelong friendships. ..."