- State University System of Florida chancellor Frank Brogan was hired Wednesday by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education's Board of Governors as the 14-university system's next head..
- Brogan, who was also Jeb Bush's lieutenant governor, was hired by a unanimous 15-0 vote and is the third consecutive Pennsylvania State System chancellor to come from the Sunshine State.
- Brogan's $327,500 salary is the highest in the state's government and he starts his new job Oct. 1.
From the article:
... Brogan leaves the second largest public university system in the nation. The Florida system has 12 universities and serves more than 335,000 students.
According to the Florida system’s website, his educational credentials began in the K-12 world, first as a classroom teacher and later as a principal, superintendent before becoming Florida’s education commissioner. ...