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TUCSON (Tucson News Now) - Pima Community College is searching for a new provost and executive vice chancellor.

A memo sent out Tuesday afternoon says Dr. Jerry Migler is leaving the college next month to be vice-president of academic affairs for the Colorado Community College System.
 
Dr. Zelema Harris will take charge of the provost's office in the interim.  She served as interim chancellor until Lee Lambert took the job earlier this year.

The changes come as PCC works to get out from academic probation from the Higher Learning Commission.

The full memo from Lambert is below:

Colleagues,

InterimExecutive Vice Chancellor for Institutional Effectiveness Dr. Zelema Harriswill provide leadership of the Provost's Office while we search for a newProvost and EVC for Academic Services to replace Dr. Jerry Migler, who willleave PCC Dec. 13 to be vice president of academic affairs for the ColoradoCommunity College System.

AsInterim Chancellor earlier this year, Dr. Harris directed the College's firstresponses to the Higher Learning Commission, including having the Provost'sOffice assume leadership of our accreditation activities.

Wewill seek input from faculty leadership as we search for an Interim Provost. Wehope to have the position filled soon by a recognized academic leader.

TheProvost's Office team and the Self-Study committees have been doing excellentwork under Dr. Migler's leadership, and no doubt they will continue to do so.We are fortunate to have Dr. Harris already on board during this period oftransition as we seek to regain the highest level of confidence of the HLC andthe community.

LeeD. Lambert,
Chancellor 

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