Will the University of St. Thomas be led by a woman?

The Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal reports that the University of St. Thomas might name its first female leader:

If approved by St. Thomas' Board of Trustees this week, Julie Sullivan would be the St. Paul-based school's first female and first lay person to serve as president. She is currently the chief academic and budget officer at the University of San Diego, a private, Catholic school in California where she holds the title of executive vice president and provost.

Read the full story here.

MPR News is Reader Funded

Before you keep reading, take a moment to donate to MPR News. Your financial support ensures that factual and trusted news and context remain accessible to all.