UL System Board will Meet Monday to Consider Appointment of Interim President for Grambling

BATON ROUGE – The Executive Committee of the Board of Supervisors for the University of Louisiana System will meet in Baton Rouge on Monday, Nov. 16, to consider the appointment of an Interim President for Grambling State University.

WHAT: UL System Board Executive Committee Meeting

WHEN: 12:15 p.m., Monday, Nov. 16, 2009

WHERE: Room 100, Claiborne Building; 1201 N. Third Street; Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Members of the Executive Committee are Chair Elsie Burkhalter, Vice Chair Winfred Sibille, Parliamentarian D. Wayne Parker, Andre Coudrain, Dr. Mildred Gallot, Jimmy Long, Sr., Russell Mosely and Carl Shelter.  All UL System Board Members may participate in Executive Committee meetings.

The meeting agenda can be found on the UL System website.  The following is a direct link: https://www.ulsystem.edu/assets/docs/searchable/boards/Agenda%2011%2016%2009.pdf

Grambling’s seventh president, Horace A. Judson, resigned on Oct. 31 after five years at the helm.

Founded in 1901 as a private industrial school to educate African-American citizens in north central Louisiana, Grambling is a comprehensive university offering undergraduate, graduate, professional and continuing education programs. Situated on a 383-acre campus in the small town of Grambling, the historically black university has almost 5,000 students.


EIGHT UNIVERSITIES STRONG: The largest higher education system in the state, the UL System enrolls almost 82,000 students at Grambling State University, Louisiana Tech University, McNeese State University, Nicholls State University, Northwestern State University, Southeastern Louisiana University, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and the University of Louisiana at Monroe.