Dr. Ray Wallace, provost and senior vice chancellor at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith, will be leaving for a new position as chancellor at Indiana University Southeast on July 1, according to a news release on Wednesday.
He has accepted the position of Chancellor.
The university is located in New Albany, and it is one of eight Indiana University campuses. The campus has more than 6,900 students enrolled, both undergraduate and graduate. It currently employs more than 400 faculty members, according to the news release.
“In 2007, Chancellor Paul Beran took a chance on me, and I will always appreciate his mentorship and guidance,” Wallace said.
He continued, “I have had a golden opportunity here to work with a dynamic and dedicated group of vice chancellors, deans, directors and first-rate faculty and staff as we together helped this fine institution grow in terms of enrollment and prestige.”