New provost chosen for Mississippi University for Women
COLUMBUS, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi University for Women has named a new provost and vice president of academic affairs.
A search committee has chosen Scott Tollison, who was one of three finalists. He has served in the job on an interim basis since last year.
The College Board must approve him for the job. His starting date would be July 1.
University President Nora Miller says in a news release that Tollison’s experience and skills have prepared him for the job.
Tollison served as the dean of MUW’s College of Business and Professional Studies from 2012-2018. Before being named dean, he was business chairman for three years.
Tollison earned an undergraduate degree and a master’s degree in business information systems from Mississippi State University. He earned his doctoral degree from MSU in 2009.