Dunn could leave YSU by March 31; Provost Khawaja likely interim president
Youngstown State University trustees will meet this week to discuss an earlier departure for outgoing President Randy J. Dunn.
“I think it may be by the end of March,” said Dr. Sudershan Garg, chairman of YSU trustees.
The meeting is set for Wednesday, and Garg expects it initially will involve the board, who likely will then ask Dunn to join them.
An agreement would have to be worked out between Dunn and the university to allow the earlier exit.
Dunn, president since July, announced Feb. 17 that he would leave YSU for the presidency of Southern Illinois University. Aug. 16 is the effective date of his resignation, the required six months’ notice under his contract.
But Dunn said he would leave earlier if YSU trustees named a replacement and wanted him to go sooner.
If an agreement is reached, trustees likely would appoint Ikram Khawaja, provost and vice president for academic affairs, as interim president.
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