- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 28, 2017

KEENE, N.H. (AP) - The president of Keene State College is stepping down next month after four years on the job.

Citing personal and professional reasons, Anne Huot says she will leave the position July 31 and will take a year-long unpaid leave of absence before returning to her faculty position as a biology professor.

Huot says she is proud of what the college has accomplished during her tenure, including national recognition for environmental sustainability, a renewed relationship with the city of Keene, and business programs to address the state’s workforce needs.

An interim president will be appointed in the next few weeks.

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