Dr. David Wesse to Leave LSUA

by Sarah Black | Feb 03, 2014
Dr. David Wesse has accepted a new job at Indiana University - Purdue University - Fort Wayne, Indiana.

LSUA Vice Chancellor and CFO Dr. David Wesse has been named Vice Chancellor of Financial and Administrative Affairs at Indiana University- Purdue University – Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

Wesse will officially begin his new job on May 31.

“David is a person that everyone could count on for solid information and dedicated service day in and day out.  He and his family will be missed by all,” says Paul Coreil, LSUA interim chancellor.  “He has made many professional and personal contributions to LSUA in the past ten years.  Additionally, he has provided valuable assistance during my time as interim chancellor.”

Wesse has been at LSUA since August 2003.

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