- Associated Press - Monday, June 30, 2014

FLORENCE, Ala. (AP) - The president of the University of North Alabama is stepping aside.

William Cale is exiting the position on Monday. He announced his retirement in March.

A search committee and consultants are searching for a replacement. The TimesDaily (http://bit.ly/1q9dlmR ) reports Cale will remain as president emeritus through December to aid with the transition.

The university in northwestern Alabama has added seven graduate degree programs, five baccalaureate and two program-track concentrations during Cale’s decade-long tenure.

A writing center and university success center were also born during Cale’s time at North Alabama, and two new campus buildings were added.



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