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Stillman College Trustees Name Cynthia Warrick as Interim President

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by Associated Press

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — A senior fellow at the Thurgood Marshall College Fund has been named interim president of Stillman College.

The Tuscaloosa News reports the board of trustees at Stillman announced Wednesday that Cynthia Warrick will fill in as president after Peter Millet leaves the historically Black college at the end of December.

Warrick is a senior fellow for research and evaluation with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund in Washington. She has also served as an interim president at two other schools – South Carolina State University and Grambling State University.

Millet is leaving Stillman at the end of the year to take a job as executive vice president of Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee.

A trustees committee is conducting a search for a permanent replacement for Millet.

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