Matthews Becomes Permanent Vice Chancellor

    Gary C. Matthews has been appointed vice chancellor of resource management and planning. A recognized leader in higher education management, Matthews has served as interim vice chancellor of resource management and planning since December 2006, when former Vice Chancellor John Woods retired.

    “Given Gary’s distinguished career of more than 30 years in higher education, he is ideally suited for this important management position,” Chancellor Marye Anne Fox said in a press release. “He has served in numerous leadership positions focusing on university governance and has considerable expertise in collaboration across organizational areas, developing and sustaining new approaches to challenging situations, engaging and encouraging diverse perspectives and effectively implementing organizational change.”

    As vice chancellor, Matthews is responsible for some of the university’s critical functions, including policy development and management of the campus operating and capital budgets, capital planning, land-use planning, facilities design and construction, real-estate development, audit and management advisory services and administrative records.

    “I am honored to be appointed to this important leadership position,” Matthews said in a press release.

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