- Associated Press - Wednesday, May 6, 2015

BROOKINGS, S.D. (AP) - The longtime vice president for student affairs at South Dakota State University has been named as the next president of Wayne State College in Nebraska.

Marysz Rames (MAUD-ish RAY-miss) will start at Wayne State on July 13 and be formally appointed as the college’s 13th president its June 18 meeting.

Rames has served in a dual role this academic year, stepping in as the interim president at Dakota State University while still overseeing student affairs at SDSU.

She’s been SDSU’s vice president for student affairs and an assistant professor of education since 2000. She previously worked at Aims Community College in Greeley, Colorado, and the University of Wyoming in Laramie.

Wayne State is part of the state college system in Nebraska and has a campus of about 3,600 students.

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