Monday, March 9, 2009

From the newspaper in Kansas ...

There was not question that Dr. Robert Wyatt, who has just been named Coker's 16th president, made a good impression during his campus visit. The academic vice president from his current college also has good things to say about Dr. Wyatt in an article found on the web this evening. Here is the relevant portion:

Charles Taylor, Drury vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college, said an interim director for the Breech School would be named soon. A national search for a permanent director will begin during the 2009-10 school year, with a director in place for the 2010-11 year.

"Drury University offers its heartfelt congratulations to Dr. Robert Wyatt on being named the president of Coker College," Taylor said in a statement. "I am confident Robert will lead Coker effectively into the newest period in its storied history. Robert's new position reflects well on his talents and of the excellence of the Breech School of Business Administration."

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