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Message to faculty and staff regarding Office of Research
By Carol Lunn (on 6/16/2015 @ 09:57:24, in ORSP Announcements, read 1168 times)
TO: All Faculty and Staff

FROM: Peter J. Fos, Ph.D., M.P.H., President

DATE: June 16, 2015

RE: Office of Research

As you may know, yesterday (June 15th) was Dr. Kenneth Sewell's last day at the University of New Orleans. He has accepted a position at Oklahoma State University. Dr. Sewell worked diligently for the past two years to advance the University's research portfolio. Please join me in thanking him for all he did while here and in wishing him all the best in his new position.

Effective today, the Office of Research will report to the Office of Academic Affairs. Dr. Sharpton (until June 30th), then Dr. Nicklow, will be responsible for the research activities on campus. Also, effective today, Dr. Emir Macari will have the additional responsibilities of Interim Director of Research. After Dr. Nicklow begins his position of Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs he will conduct an internal search for a permanent director of research. The Vice Presidential position that Dr. Sewell held has been eliminated.

I am certain that you will give Dr. Macari your full support as Interim Director of Research.

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