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WITC President moves to UW-Stout

After six years of service with Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, President Bob Meyer has announced his acceptance of the position of Chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

(5/28/14): After six years of service with Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, President Bob Meyer has announced his acceptance of the position of Chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Prior to his role at WITC, Meyer had been the Special Assistant to the Chancellor for State and Federal Relations; Director, Stout Technology Transfer Institute, Wisconsin.

“It is with mixed emotions that I have verbally accepted Bob’s resignation,” said Morrie Veilleux, Chairman of the Board of Trustees for WITC. “Bob has provided outstanding leadership and strategic direction to the college.”

During Meyer’s time at WITC, the college has been ranked three times in the top ten among two-year colleges in the nation by Washington Monthly magazine. He also worked tirelessly to promote technical college education and manufacturing careers throughout Wisconsin.

Meyer will remain with WITC until August 16. In the upcoming weeks, the college will name an interim president and begin a search for the college’s eighth president.