Two top WSU administrators looking to leave university

Wright State University Provost Tom Sudkamp has applied for a job at Arkansas State University.

Sudkamp has applied to be the next chancellor of the university in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Sudkamp is part of a pool of 13 candidates that was whittled down from a pool of 37 people according to Arkansas Online.

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A-State has just over 14,000 students enrolled, according to its website.

A-State’s previous chancellor resigned after he became the subject of internal audits and reports of nepotism and conflicts of interest, the website reports.

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Sudkamp could not be immediately reached to comment.

Steven Berberich, WSU associate provost for faculty and staff affairs, also has been named a finalist for a job at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Berberich is currently in the middle of his visit to campus, Arkansas Online reports.

Berberich was not immediately available to comment.


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