ISU VP Gregg Floyd resigns position

July 3 2008

TERRE HAUTE -- Gregg Floyd, Indiana State University's vice president for business affairs and finance and university treasurer, has submitted his resignation effective immediately, Interim President C. Jack Maynard announced today.

Floyd indicated he resigned for personal reasons and to pursue other professional objectives.

"I have really enjoyed these past six years at Indiana State and have especially enjoyed the good people with whom I have had the opportunity to work. I am proud to have been involved in numerous construction projects that I feel will have a dramatic impact on Indiana State and the students it serves. I was also pleased to have advocated successfully for several enhancements to the university's benefits program," said Floyd.

"We are appreciative of the leadership Gregg Floyd provided during a very challenging period with our budget. He also was instrumental in advancing several building projects that will significantly improve the physical environment we provide to our students," said Maynard.

Floyd served as the university's chief financial officer and has overseen the university's budgeting and fiscal operations, purchasing, facilities management, environmental safety, university properties and risk management since 2002. Floyd previously served as assistant vice chancellor and director of business affairs at Indiana University.

Maynard indicated that Diann McKee, associate vice president for business affairs and finance and university budget officer will serve as acting vice president for business affairs, finance and university treasurer.

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Gregg Floyd, Indiana State University's vice president for business affairs and finance and university treasurer, has submitted his resignation.

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