2 New Women Presidents to Helm California State Universities - Higher Education
Higher Education News and Jobs

2 New Women Presidents to Helm California State Universities

Email





by Associated Press

SAN FRANCISCO ― Both Sonoma State University and San Jose State University have new women presidents.

The California State University Board of Trustees has appointed Judy K. Sakaki as president of Sonoma State University and Mary A. Papazian as president of San Jose State University effective July 1.

Sakaki currently serves as vice president of student affairs at the University of California, Office of the President. She succeeds President Ruben Arminana, who is retiring in June and has served as president since 1992.

A seasoned higher education leader with more than 25 years of teaching and administrative experience, Papazian is currently serving as the president of Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, Conn. She replaces Susan Martin, who was appointed as the interim president last August.

RELATED ARTICLES >>
Black Women Diving into the Soccer Spotlight Black Women Diving into the Soccer SpotlightBy Robin M. BennefieldWASHINGTON — Her teammates call her "The Wall" and it is easy to see why after Brianna Scurry's performance during last month's World Cup semifinal soccer game against Brazil. She made...
Women’s Colleges Receive High Marks for Learning Effectiveness But recruiting minority students stil... Women's Colleges Receive High Marks for Learning Effectiveness But recruiting minority students still a challengeBY Eleanor Lee YatesAmherst, Va.Good news for women's colleges: A recent national survey of 276 colleges and universities has found that ...
First-Year Female College Students Found To Have Less Confidence About Computer Skills Than Male Cou... First-Year Female College Students Found To Have Less Confidence About Computer Skills Than Male CounterpartsLos AngelesAn annual, national survey of college freshmen reveals that the women feel less confident about their computer-use skills than the...
Michigan Research Group Seeks To Boost Female Use of Software and Computers Michigan Research Group Seeks To Boost Female Use of Software and ComputersAnn Arbor, Mich.Anewly forming research group at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor is seeking to bridge the skills and confidence gap between American men and women with...
Semantic Tags: