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Assistant vice president for financial services hired

By Steve Nakata, Student Affairs & Enrollment PULLMAN, Wash. – An executive at Collegiate Consulting, a firm specializing in Oracle and PeopleSoft applications, has been named assistant vice president for the Office of Student Financial Services at Washington State University.  Selected following a national search, he will begin the job on July 1.

Floyd moves toward completing leadership team

PULLMAN — President Elson S. Floyd has moved toward completing his leadership team, naming two new administrators — a vice president for information services and a vice president for enrollment management. Viji Murali (Mer-ahl-e), who has served as vice president for information technology and chief information officer for Western Michigan University since 1999, will assume the role of […]

Jessup leads Alumni and development

Len Jessup, who was named acting president of the Washington State University Foundation and acting vice president for university development in March, has been appointed to those roles on a permanent basis. “Len has shown ability to lead, inspire and create, and he already has a good working relationship with many of our major donors,” […]

Equity, diversity interim vice president named

Michael J. Tate, the dean and director of Washington State University Extension, (photo left) was named on June 30 the interim vice president for equity and diversity. Tate will assume his new duties Sept. 1.“Mike Tate brings an outstanding combination of higher education experience and institutional knowledge to this job. I am pleased he has agreed […]

Rawlins announces plans to create VP for diversity

PULLMAN, Wash. — President V. Lane Rawlins has announced university plans to create a new vice president position that will focus on diversity issues.The position will be titled vice president for equity and diversity.Rawlins made the announcement after consulting with a wide range of the university community on the issue of how best to achieve a diverse mix of faculty, […]

Greg Royer returns for three-year term

Greg Royer will resume his duties as vice president for business affairs for Washington State University as of Nov. 1, for a three-year term. Royer retired from the university on Oct. 1. Having completed 30 years of full-time service at Washington State University, Royer had reached the highest level of retirement benefits he can achieve […]