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GLENVILLE, W.Va. (AP) — Glenville State College President Peter Barr says he plans to step down after this academic year.
The college announced Wednesday in a news release that Barr will retire effective next June.
The Huntington native was selected as Glenville State's 23rd president in 2006. He also teaches classes in Glenville's business department.
The college says a committee will be appointed soon to search for Barr's successor.
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