- Associated Press - Monday, October 27, 2014

TULSA, Okla. (AP) - The president of the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa has announced plans to resign and accept a position at the University of Tulsa.

Dr. Gerard Clancy will step down from OU-Tulsa on Dec. 31 and become the vice president for health affairs and the dean of the College of Health Sciences at TU.

Clancy has spent 13 years as president of OU-Tulsa and is credited with helping develop a community health network and new research programs that include the OU Early Childhood Education Institute.

University of Oklahoma President David Boren says he’ll recommend the OU Board of Regents name Dr. John Schumann as interim president of OU-Tulsa starting Jan. 1. Schumann is program director and vice chair of education for the OU School of Community Medicine’s Internal Medicine program at OU-Tulsa.

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