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ND university system finalizes leadership team

BISMARCK -- Two members of North Dakota University System who have served in an interim role have been appointed to fill their positions for the long term.

BISMARCK -- Two members of North Dakota University System who have served in an interim role have been appointed to fill their positions for the long term.

Both Lisa Feldner and Richard Rothaus will have their interim title removed and continue in their roles, effective immediately, according to a news release from NDUS.

Feldner will work as the chief of staff and vice chancellor of information technology and institutional research, while Rothaus will serve as vice chancellor of academic and student affairs.

“I felt it was imperative that we remove the interim titles and demonstrate that the NDUS leadership team has now been finalized so that education, government, business and community leaders know who to contact as we work together to take our system to the next level,” Chancellor Mark Hagerott said in a news release.

Feldner formerly served as NDUS vice chancellor of IT and IR. That position will not be filled, but Feldner will still oversee those areas while serving as chief of staff.

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Rothaus formerly worked as NDUS director of academic programs, research and accreditation, before assuming his new duties. With this move, the director position will also not be filled, and Rothaus will absorb most of those duties.

Other members of the NDUS senior leadership team reporting to Hagerott include Linda Donlin, vice chancellor of strategic engagement; Tammy Dolan, chief financial officer; and Rebecca Wimer, executive assistant to the chancellor.

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