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Noticia de ultima hora: Sheri Everts renuncia como canciller de App State

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Canciller Sheri Everts
Foto por Anna Oakes, departamento de comunicaciones

Traducido por: Omar Alvarez Valencia

La canciller Sheri Everts anunció que va a renunciar de su posición de la oficina del canciller desde este viernes.

En el correo electrónico que fue mandado el 15 de abril, escribe que su renuncia fue a razón de sus “desafíos de salud graves”.

Everts escribió que se estará enfocando en su salud. 

“Estoy increíblemente orgullosa del crecimiento y desarrollo de la universidad sobre los últimos 10 años y espero ver el desarrollo del distrito de innovación y el campus de Hickory en particular y las muchas maneras en cual la región continuará a prosperar con el beneficio de estos recursos estatales importantes”, escribió Everts.

ACTUALIZACIÓN: Peter Hans, el presidente del sistema de universidades de Carolina del Norte dijo que el canciller provisional va a ser anunciado el viernes, de acuerdo con un comunicado de prensa del departamento universitario de comunicaciones.

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