MVSU likely to continue without permanent leader

March 19, 2013 in Statewide News

It appears Mississippi Valley State University is likely to lack a permanent leader for the foreseeable future, even though the College Board has recently named new presidents for two other state universities.

The College Board decided not to renew Donna Oliver’s contract at the Itta Bena institution in October, four years after she was named to head the smallest of Mississippi’s eight public universities.

But while the board moved quickly on openings at Delta State University and the University of Southern Mississippi, it has been slower in replacing Oliver.

College Board seeks giving to JSU, Alcorn, MVSU

June 27, 2012 in Education, News, Statewide News, Top Stories

JACKSON – (AP) After years of delay, members of the state’s College Board will again try to raise $34 million in private money to endow Mississippi’s three historically black universities. […]