Bernadette Gray-Little Named Board Chair at the Association of Public Land-grant Universities

gray-littleBernadette Gray-Little, chancellor of the University of Kansas, was elected chair of the board of directors of the Association of Public Land-grant Universities. The association is a research, policy, and advocacy organization representing 238 public research universities and land-grant institutions.

Dr. Gary-Little joined the faculty at the University of North Carolina in 1971 and rose to the positions of dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, executive vice chancellor, and provost. She was named chancellor of the University of Kansas in 2009.

Dr. Gray-Little is a graduate of Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania. She holds master’s and doctoral degrees from Saint Louis University.

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