Mike Gibson elected chairman of ASU Board of Trustees | News
Mike Gibson of Osceola has been elected chairman of the Arkansas State University Board of Trustees.
According to a written statement from ASU, Gov. Mike Beebe appointed Gibson to the board in 2004. Beebe reappointed him to a five-year term in 2009.
Gibson graduated ASU in 1968. Following service in the military, he practiced law in Osceola for 38 years. He currently serves as Osceola District Judge and Trustee of the Judd Hill Foundation.
“It’s an honor to serve my alma mater, especially at a time when we welcomed the most academically qualified freshman class ever,” Gibson said. “From the growth of our community colleges to the continued rising of the Red Wolves athletics program, I’m convinced that even better days are ahead for the entire ASU System. I’m very proud of the success of all of our campuses as we prepare more than 22,000 students for their lifelong journeys.”
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