President Out at University of Houston-Victoria

Philip Castille, the president of the University of Houston-Victoria, resigned on Tuesday, effective immediately, according to a University of Houston System press release.

Castille, who assumed the position in 2011, will join the faculty as a tenured professor in UH-Victoria's School of Arts and Sciences. In August, his $300,000 annual salary, in accordance with his new position, will revert to $100,000.

Renu Khator, the chancellor of the UH System and the president of its flagship university, has appointed Wayne Beran, the vice president for administration at UH-Victoria, as acting president. In the release, it was indicated that ...

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