The Parkland College Board of Governors has announced that Dwayne Reeve will continue to serve as the College’s president on a part-time basis for the rest of 2018.
Reeve tendered his resignation in January with the intention of stepping down at the end of July. However, Parkland College’s recruiting process for a new president was put on hold this spring after the Ministry of Advanced Education formed a Task Force on Regional College Efficiency. Rather than leave the College without a president, Reeve has agreed to continue as president in a half-time role until Dec. 31, 2018.
This arrangement will allow the Task Force to complete its work before the president’s role is filled on a permanent basis.
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