Richard White New UCAT President

Richard White New UCAT President

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- A Snow College executive is the new president of the Utah College of Applied Technology.

The state Board of Regents have chose Richard L. White for the job, which he will begin in January.

White is currently the executive vice president for Snow College's Richfield campus.

White also has worked at the University of Central Florida and at Brigham Young University.

White succeeds Robert Brems, who resigned in September after a critical state audit. Among the findings were that he had received a questionable compensation package of $157,782 when he left Mountainland Applied Technology College in 2006 for the UCAT job.

(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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