December 8, 2021

McRorie Stepping Down as FSU Provost

As another sign of changes after Richard McCullough took over as president, Florida State University Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Sally McRorie announced Tuesday she will step down as an administrator and return to the faculty.

McRorie, who became an FSU faculty member in 1994, has been provost since 2015. Among her earlier roles was dean of the College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance.

McCullough became president in August, after the retirement of longtime President John Thrasher.

The university also announced last week that Marissa Langston has been named chief of staff to McCullough after serving as assistant dean for strategic engagement at the FSU College of Business.

A news release Tuesday indicated an advisory committee will help in the selection of a new provost.

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