by Donna Martinez
Former Senior Writer and Editor, John Locke Foundation
Carolina Journal’s Kari Travis reports:
East Carolina University Chancellor Cecil Staton will announce his resignation Monday, March 18, Carolina Journal has learned, and plans to leave the job May 3. He’ll stay until June 30 to advise UNC System Interim President Bill Roper and ECU’s interim chancellor during the transition.
“Catherine [Staton’s spouse] and I are very grateful for our time at ECU,” Staton said in an official document obtained by CJ. “We have enjoyed every moment working with our inspiring students and world-class faculty and staff. As we prepare for this transition in leadership, we remain committed to the idea we arrived with — ECU’s future is full of promise. There are no limits to what ECU can attain in service to the East, North Carolina, our nation, and our world and we look forward to following the progress of this great university in the years to come.”
Read the full story about the impending resignation of ECU Chancellor Cecil Staton here.