Thursday, March 18, 2010

Tuski named president of Maine College of Art

Donald Tuski has been named the new president of the Maine College of Art, the Portland school announced yesterday. He is scheduled to begin work July 1, replacing James Baker, who is scheduled to leave the college at the end of the school year in May after leading the institution for four years.

Tuski arrives from Olivet College in Michigan, where he earned his undergraduate degree. He earned both his master's degree and a doctorate in anthropology from Michigan State University. Then in 1990, he joined the faculty at Olivet, then became assistant vice-president for academic affairs, then vice-president of academic affairs before he became president of the school in 2001.

Oct. 7, 2009: Maine College of Art president to depart.


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