Sunday, February 1, 2009

OU's Howard becomes president of Hampton-Sydney College

NORMAN- Virginia's Hampden-Sydney College came all the way to Oklahoma to find it's new President. In July, Chris Howard, OU Vice President for Leadership and Strategic Initiatives, will become the 24th president in the history of the all-male university.
Chosen from 100 candidates, Howard's, "...leadership experience in the military, business, and higher education..." were among the factors which set him apart, according to the college's website.
At OU, Howard has served as Honors College professor, director of the Honors College Leadership Center and deputy executive director of the International Programs Center, since 2005
"I'm a better father and a better man because of the students whom I interact with at OU, Howard said."

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