Eastern Kentucky President's Term Is Extended

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Eastern Kentucky Board of Regents has
extended the contract of Eastern Kentucky University President Doug
Whitlock.

When Whitlock was appointed last year, he received a three-year
contract to lead the university in Richmond.

The Regents extended his deal by a year on Monday, running it
through July 2011.

Whitlock is 64.

He said after the vote that he enjoys what he's doing and looks
forward to continuing longer in his post.

EKU also has seven regional campuses.


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  • by Anon Location: Richmond on Jun 3, 2008 at 06:35 AM
    Call me crazy, but shouldnt the story say the "Eastern Kentucky Univeristy Board of Regents?" I don't think that the Kentucky Board of Regents has the authority to extend the contract of another institutions president. But...hooray for Doug!

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