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President Dr George Cooper’s term extended to 2016

President Dr George Cooper’s term extended to 2016

Dr. George CooperDr George Cooper’s term as president of King’s has been extended to 2016. The board of governors accepted the recommendation of the presidential search committee on 20 June 2013. “George Cooper has brought to the role of president his profile and his outstanding track record as an administrator and fundraiser,” says board chair Dr John Hamm. “He has demonstrated his great commitment to education and to King’s, and in the short while he has been with us he has made many positive contributions to campus operations and community morale.”

“There has never been a time when humanities and journalism are more important to our understanding of the world,” says Dr Cooper. “At this stage in my career, it is fulfilling to be part of a college with a distinction for excellence in these fields, and to work collaboratively with Dalhousie University to develop and deliver these programmes. The King’s students with whom I have shared the last year have shown me that our future is bright.”

 


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