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Meotti Stepping Down From Board of Regents Central Office

Board of Regents Chairman Lewis J. Robinson and Interim President Philip E. Austin today announced that Executive Vice President Michael P. Meotti has chosen to step down from his position at the central office.
Board of Regents Chairman Lewis J. Robinson and Interim President Philip E. Austin today announced that Executive Vice President Michael P. Meotti has chosen to step down from his position at the central office. Meotti wrote to the Interim President that, while he would be happy to assist in a brief transition period, he has chosen to leave the office because “he did not want to be a distraction to the important change agenda across our seventeen colleges and universities.”

“Mike’s decision to leave the Board of Regents is one that, while unfortunate because of his years of higher education and public policy experience, will help us move forward from the events of the past few days to focus on the critical issues at hand – moving an aggressive change agenda to ensure the success and the support of our students. We both thank Mike for his work in Connecticut’s higher education community and wish him well,” said Robinson and Austin.

For more information, please contact:
Maribel La Luz
860-723-0617
laluzm@ct.edu