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Tue November 25, 2003
College President's Departure Might Affect Gillette
Gillette, WY – Sheridan College administrators say they are unsure how the planned departure of President Steve Maier will affect the school's Gillette campus. Gillette Campus Director Jerry Winter hopes Maier's resignation won't jeopardize any plans that are in the works. Maier and the school's Board of Trustees announced Friday that Maier will leave his position June 30. It was apparently a joint decision by Maier and the board. Maier says he does not expect fallout for the Gillette campus. On November 14, college trustees approved plans for a new vocational education building at the Gillette campus. The building will house welding and diesel programs.