PIERRE (AP) – David Borofsky, president of Dakota State University for the past 2 1/2 years, resigned unexpectedly Wednesday, citing the need for a change in leadership at the Madison university.
The South Dakota Board of Regents announced and accepted Borofsky's resignation Wednesday at the board's annual planning meeting. Borofsky was not at the meeting, but in a phone interview with The Associated Press said it was his decision to step down.
Borofsky will be replaced by Marysz Rames as interim while the regents search for a new leader. Rames will leave her position as the vice president for student affairs at South Dakota State University and is expected to be working full-time in Madison by the middle of September.For the complete article see the 08-14-2014 issue.
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