Montana State University Billings has appointed a new interim chancellor.
Rolf Groseth, a long-term Montana University System administrator and former chancellor of the university, will be coming out of retirement to serve as interim chancellor, according to the president of Montana State University, Waded Cruzado.
Groseth’s term as interim chancellor comes shortly after the campus announced Dan Edelman would be resigning as chancellor due to a serious medical condition, effective Aug. 4.
Groseth is set to act as interim starting Aug 1.
“I love working with the students, faculty, staff and community of Billings,” Groseth said in an interview with MSUB.
According to the university, plans for a search will be announced in the upcoming weeks.
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