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Jeffrey L. Duerk chosen to serve as UM’s new executive vice president and provost
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Jeffrey L. Duerk chosen to serve as UM’s new executive vice president and provost

Jeffrey Duerk, current dean and Leonard Case Professor of the School of Engineering at Case Western Reserve University, will become the University of Miami’s new executive vice president and provost in July. Duerk succeeds former provost Thomas LeBlanc, who left UM this year to become George Washington University’s president. Duerk’s appointment was announced earlier today…

Whitely keeps pace with students after 35 years at UM
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Whitely keeps pace with students after 35 years at UM

They say you have to start somewhere. For Patricia Whitely, the University of Miami’s vice president for student affairs for the past two decades, that meant seven years of scooping ice cream in order to pay for college. Whitely worked her way through St. John’s University in her home state of New York. Whitely, who…

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