After 26 years of service to Carolina, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Winston B. Crisp ’92 (JD) plans to retire in October.
“As a highly respected and much loved leader at Carolina, Winston has always placed students first and…
James W. Dean Jr., who recently left the provost’s office, has been named the next president of the University of New Hampshire.
Dean recently stepped down after four years as executive vice chancellor and provost — the University’s top…
Politics and patronage are nothing new to the governance of North Carolina’s state universities. The conservatives now in control are raising questions about the line between setting policy and micromanaging.
Clayton Somers ’93, a longtime North Carolina attorney, executive leader and state government official, has been named to the new position of vice chancellor of public affairs and secretary of the University.