Bill Ruud on the Mall with students

博士。威廉ñ。范尼是在高等教育全美最杰出的领导人在振兴爱荷华州和宾夕法尼亚州的两个校区后。 7月3日2016年,范尼学院成为ope体育的第19任总统。于2018年10月11日,董事会投票一致通过2022 6月30日,给范尼总裁两年的续约合同。 


出生在北达科他州,范尼从北达科他州大学毕业,学士学位在公共管理和医院管理,并获得工商管理硕士学位和博士学位在组织行为学/管理从内布拉斯加 - 林肯大学。此外范尼总裁在美国担任作为装甲和军队从1978-1981副官将官。

在加入ope体育,范尼曾担任北爱荷华雪松瀑布,爱荷华州,从2013年到2016年大学的第十任总统期间他在大学的三年里,该机构扭转下降的入学趋势,经历了日益增多的捐款超过5000万$ 。

Marietta is Ruud’s third presidency, as he was the 15th president at Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania from 2007-13. During his time at Shippensburg, Ruud implemented a facilities master plan in connection with the university’s strategic plan and led the university’s development of an Academic Master Plan. President Ruud has assisted in a variety of leadership capacities at colleges and universities across the U.S. He has used his wealth of experience to lead universities to academic excellence and achievement, as well as ensure they fulfill their essential role in the region and state. He began his academic career teaching business courses at Northwestern Louisiana State University in 1978. From 1979- 81, he conducted his research in leadership assessment at the U.S. Army Research Institute in Washington, D.C.; he also taught management theory and organizational behavior courses at Central Michigan University from 1980-81. From 1981-93, Ruud taught management, organizational behavior, strategy, policy, and ethics courses at the University of Toledo, and was awarded tenure in 1987. He served as an Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies, coordinated the MBA program as an Associate Dean, served as Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, Assistant Director of the University Honors Program and eventually served as Interim Dean of the College of Business Administration while at Toledo. In 1993, 总裁范尼 was appointed Dean of the College of Business & Economics and Professor of Management at Boise State University. He was then promoted in 1998 to Vice President for Institutional Advancement. At Boise State, he led a successful a $12.5 million campaign for a new engineering facility, established faculty fellowships and created endowments to support student research.