Lori White has been announced as the new Vice Chancellor for Students, replacing Sharon Stahl on July 1. White is currently the vice president for student affairs at Southern Methodist University and has over 30 years of experience in university student services in total.
I sat down with Sharon Stahl, the vice chancellor for students, to get to know her a little better.
Beginning this semester, Residential Life now falls under the charge of Associate Vice Chancellor for Students Rob Wild after more than 20 years in the hands of Dean of Students Justin Carroll.
After 26 years at Washington University, Vice Chancellor for Students Sharon Stahl has announced her coming retirement for the end of the academic year.
While there are situations in which social media can spark a revolution, Washington University should not be relying on Facebook confessions for reform.
Students and administrators are continuing to spotlight issues of diversity and inclusion on campus six months after February’s Bear’s Den incident, though many of the efforts are still months or years from implementation.
When she isn’t spending time with her eight grandchildren, traveling with her husband, or hosting dinners for Danforth Scholars at her home, Sharon Stahl is running the First Year Center and helping to lead the College of Arts & Sciences at Washington University.
Chancellor Mark Wrighton announced Washington University’s new Dean of Arts & Sciences and new Vice Chancellor for Students on Thursday.
The University has been working since September to fill the positions previously held by late James McLeod who passed away on the 6th of that month.
Sharon Stahl, associate dean in the College of Arts & Sciences, will leave her position as the Director of the Life Sciences Pre-Professional Program and head up Washington University’s new First Year Center.
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