On Friday, October 13, 2006, President Dan Boone presented to the campus community the initiatives of the proposed Trevecca Strategic Plan. In preparation for implementation of that plan, Boone announced the restructuring of Trevecca’s administration under an executive team composed of the president, the provost and chief academic officer, and the executive vice president for financial services and administration. This executive team will be advised by the President’s Cabinet, composed of the associate provosts and deans of student development, academic affairs, and enrollment management and the assistant to the president for development/marketing.
Trevecca's former vice president for academic affairs, Stephen M. Pusey, will become the new provost and cheif academic officer as the University implements its strategic plan.
At that same time, Boone appointed two current administrators to those two new executive positions. Trevecca’s new provost and chief academic officer will be Stephen M. Pusey, formerly the vice president for academic affairs, and the new executive vice president for financial services and administration is Mark Wm. Myers, formerly the vice president for financial services.
Trevecca's former vice president for financial services, Mark Wm. Myers, will become the new executive vice president for financial services and administration in response the to University's new strategic plan.
Additionally, Boone announced that Steve Harris, Trevecca’s dean of student development, will become associate provost and dean of student development. The University will announce the names of the other associate provosts and the assistant to the president for development/marketing as those posts are filled.
The new strategic plan, awaiting endorsement by the Trevecca Board of Trustees, is intended to help Trevecca improve services to students while addressing the changing culture of higher education.
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