After eight years as executive dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Larry Singell is headed to Austin, Texas, to take on a new role in college leadership.
He will start as the the senior vice provost for resource management at the University of Texas at Austin on July 1.
This announcement comes as the college continues its search for a new dean, which was launched in the fall. It is not clear when the decision will be announced.
In an email to other employees of the College of Arts and Sciences, Singell reflected on his time at IU.
“These years have been extraordinarily fulfilling and challenging, which is the essence of an exceptionally meaningful job," he wrote. “I have a deep-seated belief in the College’s mission that fills me with hope for the future of the liberal arts.”
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