Freida Hill http://apr.org en Ala.'s 2-Year College Head To Earn $271K A Year http://apr.org/post/alas-2-year-college-head-earn-271k-year The new chancellor of Alabama's two-year college system will receive more than $270,000 a year. Mark Heinrich has agreed to a three-year contract that will pay him $250,000 annually in salary. It will also provide a yearly housing allowance of $21,000. The State Board of Education approved the deal Thursday. Heinrich has agreed to the terms but still has to sign the contract. The board voted last week to hire Heinrich, who has been president of Shelton State Community College in Tuscaloosa. Heinrich's predecessor, Freida Hill, was paid $289,900 annually. Thu, 20 Sep 2012 21:42:22 +0000 The Associated Press 18168 at http://apr.org Ala.'s 2-Year College Head To Earn $271K A Year Tuscaloosa President Chosen Alabama Chancellor http://apr.org/post/tuscaloosa-president-chosen-alabama-chancellor <P>The State Board of Education has chosen the president of Shelton State Community College to be the chancellor of Alabama's two-year college system.</P> <P>The board voted unanimously Thursday to select Mark Heinrich of Tuscaloosa over Blake Flanders, who is vice president of workforce development for the Kansas Board of Regents. Thu, 13 Sep 2012 22:22:51 +0000 The Associated Press 17826 at http://apr.org Tuscaloosa President Chosen Alabama Chancellor California Candidate Drops Out Of Alabama Search http://apr.org/post/california-candidate-drops-out-alabama-search One of the three finalists to be Alabama's two-year college chancellor has withdrawn his name. Gregory Gray announced that he has decided to stay in California as chancellor of the Riverside Community College District. His decision came after district board members and others asked him to stay. A spokeswoman for Alabama's two-year college system says the State Board of Education will go ahead with plans to interview the other two finalists on Sept. 13 in Montgomery. Wed, 05 Sep 2012 21:43:51 +0000 The Associated Press 17400 at http://apr.org California Candidate Drops Out Of Alabama Search