BALTIMORE - The Morgan State University Board of Regents announced Tuesday that the contract of the university's president will not be renewed.
Dr. David Wilson's contract as president will expire in June of 2013. At that time, according to the board, he will become part of the Morgan State University faculty as a tenured faculty member.
Dallas R. Evans, chairman of the MSU board of regents, thanked Dr. Wilson on Tuesday for his 2.5 years of service and spoke of the move as a means of continuing to meet the school's mission of "supporting, empowering and preparing high-quality, diverse graduates to lead the world."
Morgan State University board member and retired US Army general Larry R. Ellis is expected to chair the board's transition team.
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