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Former Chancellor Jeff Vitter is not teaching any classes this semester, despite the announcement that he will serve as a tenured distinguished professor in the School of Engineering’s Department of Computer and Information Science. Dawn Wilkins, chair and professor of computer and information science,...

The state college board took seven months to select a new chancellor following former chancellor Dan Jones’ ousting in March 2015. It’s been just two...

Larry Sparks speaks at a town hall meeting in 2017. Sparks will take office as the university’s interim chancellor following the resignation of Chancellor...

Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter. File photo. Jeffrey S. Vitter Chancellor and Distinguished Professor November 13, 2018 It is bittersweet to write this note...

On Jan. 3, 2019, Jeffrey Vitter will step down as chancellor of the University of Mississippi, marking the end of his three-year tenure as the leader of...

After hearing the news on Friday that the rumors were true and that Chancellor Vitter is resigning, I was conflicted. I knew that people on both sides...

An era that was ushered in by a Sugar Bowl victory and a Carnegie academic research honor came to a close on Friday with the state education board’s...

In the three years since Chancellor Vitter took control of the leadership at our university, we have declined in various positive metrics as well as witnessed...

Ole Miss Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter announced his plans to resign from his position as chancellor and instead become a tenured professor in the computer...

With Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter preparing to resign, The Daily Mississippian compiled a timeline of noteworthy moments from throughout Vitter’s three...