Mary Sue Coleman

WEMU News
11:50 am
Mon July 14, 2014

Schissel Starts As U-M President

New U-M President Mark Schlissel

Presidential Inauguration Won't Be held Until Fall     

Audio report on the start of Mark Schlissel's tenure as U-M President

The new President of the University of Michigan is on the job.  Mark Schissel officially took the helm today.   

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Michigan News
6:32 am
Sat March 15, 2014

University of Michigan students, staff celebrate Coleman

We'll miss you Mary Sue Coleman from University of Michigan Twitter user @umich
Credit umich / twitter.com

  University of Michigan students and staff gathered in the school's Union ballroom to celebrate retiring president Mary Sue Coleman.

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University of Michigan
10:05 am
Fri January 24, 2014

University of Michigan Names Schlissel as 14th President

Dr. Mark Schlissel. Former Provost at Brown University and the successor to Mary Sue Coleman as President of the University of Michigan
Credit Brown University

The University of Michigan has named Dr. Mark Schlissel as the school's 14th  President. On a unanimous vote this morning the board chose to hire Brown University Provost, Dr. Mark Schlissel to serve as Mary Sue Coleman's successor.

Schlissel has been Provost at Brown since July of 2011. prior to that post, He served as Dean of Biological Sciences in the College of Letters and Science at the University of California–Berkeley. 

SEE ALSO: New U of M President Mark Schlissel on the role of the University Beyond Campus [AUDIO]

 

President Mary Sue Coleman announced last year that she would step down when her contract expires this summer. She will leave as Michigan's fourth longest-serving leader. Coleman was hired in 2002 after seven years as president at the University of Iowa. The 70-year-old Coleman also is the university's first female president. 

Education
7:16 am
Fri July 19, 2013

U of M to Launch Search For New President

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) - The University of Michigan Board of Regents has appointed an advisory committee to help search for the school's next president.      The board on Thursday announced the appointment of seven faculty members to work with the board and a search firm. Russell Reynolds Associates will be paid a $300,000 flat fee with expenses not to exceed $50,000.

In April, President Mary Sue Coleman announced she would step down when her contract expires in the summer of 2014. She will leave as the university's fourth longest-serving leader.

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