President Ed Hammond’s announcement Wednesday of his upcoming retirement is the second major change among the Fort Hays State University administration in less than two weeks.
The longtime provost, Dr. Larry Gould, resigned his position October 18.
Gould started teaching political science 33 years ago at FHSU and has served as provost the past 16 years.
Mike Cooper, host of “Community Connection” on Eagle Cable TV Channel 14, asked Gould why he resigned:
Gould is still on campus and plans to return to classroom teaching.
The assistant provost, Dr. Chris Crawford, is now the interim provost while a national search is conducted to find a permanent replacement.
You can watch all of Mike Cooper’s interview with Larry Gould this week on Community Connection on Eagle Cable TV Channel 14 at 9a.m., 3p.m., and 8p.m.