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Provost resigns to be special assistant to chancellor

Appalachian State University Provost Lori Gonzalez will step down from her current position to assume the role of special assistant to the chancellor, according to a university email sent to faculty and staff Sept. 30.

Gonzalez’s move will be effective as of Oct. 11.

“I want to ensure that Chancellor Everts has time to recruit her own academic leadership,” Gonzalez said in the email. “This timing allows her to start a search for my replacement during the current academic year.”

Former Provost Stan Aeschleman will take on the provost position as Chancellor Sheri N. Everts searches for a replacement.

“I would like to thank Lori for her support since my arrival in July and for her service to Appalachian State University,” Everts said in the email.

Story: Joshua Farmer, Editor-in-Chief

Provost Lori Gonzalez will step down from her current position Oct. 11 to become a special adviser to the chancellor. Former provost Stan Aeschleman will fill the role until a new provost is named.
Provost Lori Gonzalez will step down from her current position Oct. 11 to become a special assistant to the chancellor. Former provost Stan Aeschleman will fill the role until a new provost is named.
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