LSU-Eunice's chancellor to retire
BATON ROUGE - LSU Eunice Chancellor William Nunez III will leave his post at the end of the fiscal year.
Nunze announced his retirement Monday after a career in higher education spanning 45 years. He's been chancellor at LSUE since 1996 and also serves as professor of biology.
LSU, in a news release, says it will conduct a national search for his replacement.
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