President Christine M. Riordan has been elected chair of the Fee on Impartial Schools and Universities in New York.
Riordan joined the group’s board of trustees in 2018 and have become a member of its government committee in 2019. She was named vice-chair final 12 months and can now fill a two-year time period as chair, efficient Feb. 25, 2020.
Based in 1956, CICU represents the chief executives of New York’s 100-plus non-public, not-for-profit schools and universities on problems with public coverage. Member schools compose the most important non-public sector of upper schooling on the earth and confer 50 p.c of bachelor’s levels, 73 p.c of grasp’s levels, and 79 p.c of doctoral and first-professional levels earned in New York state.
President Riordan succeeds previous chair Father Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of Fordham College.
“It’s a privilege to have been chosen by my friends to function the subsequent chair of CICU’s board of trustees,” President Riordan advised the CICU board. “I’m proud to proceed the essential work of CICU to advance high quality larger schooling and to champion the very important contributions that New York’s unbiased schools and universities make to our total state. I’m trying ahead to the inspiring work forward and wish to thank Father McShane for his management and years of service to the group.”
Submitted by Adelphi College