Dr. Ronald Cromwell, Provost
and Vice President for Academic Affairs at
Athens State University, resigned from his
position September 17th.
Crowell joined Athens State in November of
2011. He helped guide the University through
many academic and policy changes that
followed the University's move from being
governed by the State Board of Education to
an autonomous governing board. Cromwell was
the Senior Vice President of Academic
Affairs at St. Aloysius College in
Pennsylvania prior to coming to Athens
"I appreciate the contributions Dr. Cromwell
has made to the institution during the past
three years," said President Bob Glenn. "We
thank him for his service to the University
and wish him well in his future endeavors."
No interim provost and vice president for
academic affairs has been named at this
time. A national search will be initiated to
find a replacement.
Staff members from Gentiva
Home Health in Athens distributed food
collection bags and gathered donations
during the month of August for the Limestone
County Churches Involved food pantry as part
of the company’s 10th Annual Food Drive
Athens State Honors Faculty
and Staff for Meritorious Service.At the
recent Inservice Meeting of the faculty and
staff, President Bob Glenn bestowed awards
on fourteen employees in acknowledgement of
superior service to the ...Read
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