By Jennifer Donovan, Michigan Tech Director of News and Media Relations
Posted July 8, 2015, on Michigan Tech News
Jacqueline Huntoon, new Michigan Tech provost and vice president for academic affairs. (Photo courtesy Michigan Tech University)
HOUGHTON -- Jacqueline Huntoon has been named provost and vice president for academic affairs at Michigan Technological University. Huntoon has been dean of Michigan Tech’s Graduate School since 2005 and associate provost since 2011. She is also a professor in the Department of Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences.
Her new appointment is effective July 20, 2015. She replaces Max Seel, who has returned to the Department of Physics faculty.
"I am honored to be given the opportunity to take on this new role and responsibility at Michigan Tech," said Huntoon. "I have been with the University since 1990 and have come to feel that this place is my true home."
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