- The Washington Times - Thursday, June 28, 2007


Howard U. Hospital names chief executive

Howard University Hospital yesterday announced the appointment of its new chief executive.

Dr. Larry Warren, former chief executive officer for the University of Michigan hospital system, will oversee the hospital’s clinics, management, operations and financial affairs.

University President Patrick Swygert also announced Dr. Wilson’s appointment as senior vice president of health services for the hospital.

A former dean at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dr. Wilson will manage Howard’s clinic and research initiatives, as well as operations at the hospital.



Board upholds firing of superintendent

The Alexandria School Board voted yesterday to affirm their decision to not renew the contract of school Superintendent Rebecca L. Perry.

The panel voted 5-4 against reversing its decision made last month.

Mrs. Perry’s supporters said that she has improved test scores among the 10,000 students enrolled in the system. She has held the job for seven years. Her contract expires next June.

Some board members called for her to be fired after she was arrested in 2004 for driving under the influence.

Some parents said the school board failed to give Mrs. Perry a fair assessment.


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