Warren Wilson’s eight-month search in 2011 for a new president led the college not only outside academia, but also far beyond the United States to its successful conclusion.
Steven L. Solnick, Ph.D., New Delhi Representative for the Ford Foundation for the past four years, assumed the presidency in July. He succeeded Sandy Pfeiffer, who retired in June after six years as president.
Go here to read more about Warren Wilson’s seventh president. You also can read stories about Steve Solnick in The Chronicle of Higher Education and in The Warren Wilson Echo. Click here to hear an interview with Solnick that aired on WCQS-FM.