Southern, LSU agcenters share executive
BATON ROUGE, La. - The Southern University Agricultural Center's top official is now also the program leader for food and nutrition at the LSU AgCenter.
LSU AgCenter Chancellor Bill Richardson says the joint appointment will enhance LSU's working relationship with Southern and provide more chances for collaboration between the two land-grant universities.
LSU Associate Vice Chancellor Ann Coulon says that under the dual appointment, Gina Eubanks is getting $78,000 a year from LSU and $52,000 a year from Southern for a total of $130,000.
As vice chancellor for extension at Southern's Agricultural Center, she was paid $110,700.
One of Eubanks' first assignments will be working with the Healthy Communities program, launched June 1 in north Louisiana's West Carroll Parish.