Owensboro Community and Technical College has new president



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OWENSBORO, Ky. (AP) — The next president of Owensboro Community and Technical College has been announced.

He is Scott Williams, who has been vice president of academic affairs and chief academic officer at the western Kentucky school since 2008. Williams has been with the school since 2000.

The school's board of directors considered Williams and two other candidates before unanimously recommending Williams for the post. Kentucky Community and Technical College System President Jay Box announced his appointment Friday.

Williams begins July 1.

He succeeds James Klauber, who was named president of Calhoun Community College in Alabama in December.

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