James Maguire, former associate vice president for Campus Planning and Facilities at Boise State University (Idaho), is now vice chancellor for Administrative Services and chief architect for the University of North Texas System. He began his duties, which include overseeing the system’s design and staff members and collaborating with campus presidents and their senior staff, on July 30. He also previously served as director of Capital Program Implementation for the University of California System and an architect in private practice.
Indiana University Senior Vice President Neil Theobald has been named the 10th president of Temple University (Pa.), to begin January 1.
Claude C. Lilly is now president of Presbyterian College (S.C.). He succeeded John V. Griffith, who has served as president since 1998.
Carlton E. Brown, president of Clark Atlanta University, has been appointed to the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges’ Council of Presidents for a three-year term, beginning October 12.
Yolana Flores Niemann, formerly a professor in the psychology department at Utah State University, is now senior vice provost at the University of North Texas.
Luis Ma. R. Calingo is the 13th president of Woodbury University (Calif.), succeeding Kenneth R. Nielson, who is retiring. Calingo will be inaugurated in October.
Weill Cornell Medical College (N.Y.) has named Michael G. Stewart vice dean for the Medical College and John P. Leonard as the new associate dean for clinical research.
Sharon Marine, associate dean for external relations at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, has been named vice president for development at the new Cornell NYC Tech campus, where she will lead all fundraising efforts beginning October 1.
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