Arkansas State University's president says the school will look for a long-term interim chancellor to replace former chancellor Tim Hudson, who resigned after the release of internal audits that criticized the school's study abroad program run by his wife.
The second part of an audit examining former Arkansas State University Chancellor Tim Hudson includes notice of possible violations of state law concerning his efforts to get financial assistance for a family member.
Arkansas State University Chancellor Tim Hudson has resigned, and ASU System President Charles Welch has named Lynita Cooksey, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs and research, as acting chancellor.
ASU has been seeking a full-time director for the study-abroad program, which ASU System President Charles Welch thinks will help resolve the program’s “disorganization.” But a full-time director is not necessarily the same as a new one.
The Arkansas State University System Board of Trustees approves a resolution allowing it to partner with the New York Institute of Technology for the development of an osteopathic medical school at the Jonesboro campus.
Arkansas State University trustees have agreed to negotiations that could lead to an ASU campus in Mexico. The board, meeting Friday in Mountain Home, approved a proposal for officials from the ASU-Jonesboro campus to negotiate to establish the campus in Queretaro, Mexico.
Arkansas State University head baseball coach Tommy Raffo has been awarded a five-year contract extension, Chancellor Tim Hudson announced Wednesday afternoon. Raffo’s contract has been amended to run through 2017.
Dr. Chuck Welch understands why outsiders are skeptical. Welch, the Arkansas State System President, recognizes the financial commitment made to football Coach Gus Malzahn is substantially more than what the school has paid in the past. He knows the vision for the program with Malzahn at the helm is beyond anything ASU has outlined before. But Welch told ArkansasSports360.com on Thursday there “are no concerns whatsoever on our part to meet our obligations” to Malzahn.
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