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|Pharmacy dean to leave ULM|
The University of Louisiana-Monroe is looking for a new dean to head its nationally recognized College of Pharmacy after Dr. Lamar Pritchard announced his resignation as dean of that program Monday.
According to an official statement from ULM, Pritchard will remain on the job through the end of the academic year, or until July 1, 2009.
Pritchard informed colleagues of his decision in an e-mail Monday.
"The time has come for me to begin to wrap up my very rewarding work here at ULM and look for new challenges and opportunities," Pritchard told colleagues.
Pritchard has served as dean since 2004.
During his tenure at ULM, Pritchard oversaw a number of successful initiatives including securing the old corporate offices of State Farm on Bienville in Monroe as an off-site campus for the Pharmacy program.
Also, Pritchard successfully steered the program through a rocky reaccreditation after it was determined the pharmacy program funding did not meet national standards.
ULM President James Cofer commended Pritchard for his work in the program.
"We appreciate Dean Pritchard's contributions to the College of Pharmacy, and all of us at ULM wish him the very best," Cofer said in a prepared statement. "We are confident he will continue to succeed in his future endeavors."
Cofer said a new search committee would be announced to conduct a national search to find Pritchard's replacement.
"Our talented faculty and strong leadership team will ensure the continued success of our College of Pharmacy," Cofer said. "We are well positioned to attract another leader."
Pritchard is the fifth dean in five years to resign at ULM.