- Associated Press - Monday, June 8, 2015

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - An official with the University of Indiana has been named provost for the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

University of Missouri-Kansas City said in a release Monday that Chancellor Leo E. Morton has appointed Barbara A. Bichelmeyer to become the university’s executive vice chancellor and provost.

Bichelmeyer was previously an executive associate vice president at Indiana University in Bloomington, where she was responsible for strategic oversight of academic affairs for the university’s seven campuses. She also served for a year as interim chancellor of Indiana University Southeast.

Bichelmeyer takes office at the University of Missouri-Kansas City in September.

Bichelmeyer has a doctoral degree in Educational Communications and Technology from the University of Kansas and has also worked in private industry in the Kansas City area.

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