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The University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing seeks an exceptional leader and nursing researcher to become the inaugural holder of the Verna Adwell Rhodes Endowed Chair in Nursing. The start date is negotiable.
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Middle Georgia State University seeks VP for Finance and Business as university expands programs and increases economic growth in the state
Middle Georgia State University (MGA) enrolls nearly 8,000 students across its five campuses—Macon, Cochran, Dublin, Eastman, and Warner Robins, all located in central Georgia—and through MGA Online. Dr. Christopher R. L. Blake has served as President since 2014 and has led the institution through its most significant period of growth to date.
Under President Blake’s leadership, the university has expanded undergraduate programs and introduced graduate degree and certificate programs, including a Doctor of Science in Information Technology degree. Among MGA’s most noted programs is its School of Aviation which is one of only nine schools in the U.S. with three FAA-certified programs: Maintenance Training (Part 147), Flight Training with a four-year degree (Part 141), and Air Traffic Control Collegiate Training Initiative.
MGA contributed a total of nearly $268 million to the economy in fiscal 2021 – an 8 percent increase over the previous year - and accounted for more than 2,600 jobs due to on- and off-campus spending, according to a recent report released by the University System of Georgia. President Blake said, “As this report shows, the university represents a major public investment that pays growing dividends to communities and individuals and families across the heart of our state and beyond.”
Amid this growth and success, MGA is seeking a well-experienced financial and business administrator to serve as a strategic member of the senior leadership team as Vice President for Finance and Business. This senior officer is responsible for strategically leading the functions for all financial services, facility services, environmental health and safety, campus police and safety, human resources, and business and auxiliary services.
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