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Former midstate college president on the job at a vermont university

Written by The Associated Press | Dec 5, 2017 10:39 AM
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In this July 9, 2015 photo, a sign notes the school's founding in 1787 on the campus of Castleton State College in Castleton, Vt. The college seeks to change its name to Castleton University to reflect its growth in graduate programs and to attract more out-of-state and foreign students. (AP Photo/Lisa Rathke)

(Castleton, Vt.) -- A former midstate college president is on the job at Vermont's Castleton University.

Karen Scolforo began work on Monday at the school that is part of the Vermont State College system.

She spent four years as president at Central Penn College located in Summerdale, Cumberland County.

Scolforo succeeds David Wolk, who led Castleton for 16 years. 

Since 2001, Castleton, which has about 2,200 students, has invested nearly $100 million in infrastructure improvements, while also making strategic investments in academics, the arts and athletics.

Scolforo says she's looking forward to "learning and growing alongside our students, faculty, and staff."

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