Zac Isaac, president of the Isaac Property Co., a real estate development company, will serve a term beginning June 2, 2022, and ending July 1, 2030.
The $818 million budget for fiscal year 2023 incorporates the University’s new incentive-based budget model designed to increase transparency, better strategically allocate resources and enhance data-informed decision making.
Dr. Sammy Spann will serve as vice president of student affairs and dean of students effective July 1.
Valerie Simmons-Walston will serve as special assistant to the president for community engagement and strategic partnerships effective July 1.
Judith Herb smiles with UToledo President Gregory Postel following the unveiling of a new monument recognizing the Judith Herb College of Education at an event May 6 outside Gillham Hall.
Stephen Neff and Lisa Neff-Ryave help unveil a monument recognizing the John B. and Lillian E. Neff College of Business and Innovation with the help of Dean Anne Balazs and UToledo President Gregory Postel.
To assist with the leadership transition, Dr. Risa Dickson will join UToledo on July 1 to work with Dr. Karen Bjorkman in her final weeks and serve as interim provost while a national search is conducted.
In April, drafts of the new statements were shared with the UToledo community and they have now been updated to reflect the input received.
The Neff College of Business and Innovation event is 4 p.m. Thursday at the east entrance of Stranahan Hall and the Herb College of Education event is 11 a.m. Friday at the west entrance of Gillham Hall.
The change in the University’s tuition structure is to better attract high-performing students outside of Ohio to come to campus.