Media Coverage of President David Fithian ’87
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Clark University turns to a graduate as its next president
Clark University has named David B. Fithian, a graduate of the Worcester school, as its next president.
The university announced Fithian’s appointment Monday in a community-wide e-mail. Fithian replaces David P. Angel, who is retiring at the end of June after 32 years at Clark, including the past decade as its president.
Clark University alum David Fithian named school’s next president
Clark University on Monday announced David B. Fithian, a 1987 graduate of the school, would be its next president.
Currently executive vice president at the University of Chicago, Fithian will assume the post on July 1, when Clark’s current president, David Angel, steps down. He will be the first alumnus of the university to also serve as its president.
David Fithian returns to alma mater, Clark University in Worcester, to become 10th president since 1887
Clark University has named a new president and he is a graduate of the Worcester university.
The Clark University Board of Trustees announced that David B. Fithian will become the university’s 10th president in the history of Clark.
Fithian, a 1987 graduate of Clark, is currently the executive vice president at the University of Chicago. He will take over as Clark president on July 1, replacing David P. Angel, who will retire in June after serving 10 years in the role.
Clark University Elects Fithian as New President
Clark University has elected David Fithian, Ph.D as its new president.
Fithian will serve as Clark’s 10h president, succeeding David Angel, who retires in June.
“I’m drawn to pursuing big ideas, to embracing challenges, and to facing tough questions. I have a sense that many at Clark today are thinking big as well. I look forward to developing a shared understanding across the University about where we want to go and how best to get there,” said Fithian.
Clark University names 1987 graduate as new president
Clark University named as its next president on Monday a 1987 graduate and an executive vice president at the University of Chicago.
David Fithian will succeed David Angel, who will step down at the end of the academic year after a decade leading the school.
Fithian, who will be Clark’s 10th president, was unanimously chosen by Clark’s board of trustees, returning to the campus where the New York native said he first learned to grow to his full potential and begin on his way to a career in higher education.
Clark names top official at University of Chicago as its next president
Clark University named its next president in an announcement Monday.
David Fithian, a Clark alumnus and current executive vice president at the University of Chicago, will start his tenure at Clark on July 1.
Fithian Named New Clark University President
Clark University announced a new President on Monday. David Fithian is Clark’s tenth President. He graduated from the university in 1987. Currently he is the Executive Vice President at the University of Chicago. Fithian says his first priority is to listen to faculty and staff. To get their thought on the current state of Clark.
Clark University Names its 10th President
Clark’s got a new leader at the helm. The Clark University Board of Trustees yesterday announced David B. Fithian, Ph.D., has been unanimously elected as Clark’s 10th president.
Fithian, a 1987 graduate of Clark, currently serves as executive vice president at the University of Chicago. He begins his duties on July 1, succeeding David P. Angel, who retires in June after serving as Clark’s president for 10 years.