Chancellor announces retirement

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On March 8, 2011

Missouri S&T Chancellor John F. Carney III recently announced plans to step down from the position on Aug. 31 after six years as chancellor.


Carney announced his decision at the conclusion of his State of the University Address held Jan. 26 on campus. “It has been a wonderful privilege to serve Missouri S&T for nearly six years,” Carney said. “Missouri S&T is a unique jewel among the nation’s universities and has a terrific future ahead. While I have immensely enjoyed my tenure at S&T, the time has come for me to spend more time with my children and grandchildren.”
We’ll report more about Carney’s achievements and accomplishments in the summer issue of Missouri S&T Magazine.

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