UW-Madison launches search for admissions director
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- The University of Wisconsin-Madison is launching a national search for a new admissions director as part of an administrative reorganization.
Admissions and Visitor and Information Programs director Steve Admunson will lose oversight of admissions but remain in charge of other programs, such as campus tours and the Parent Program.
Admunson will now report to Vince Sweeney, who has been named the school's first vice chancellor for university relations. The admissions office will still be part of the school's Division of Enrollment Management.
Vice Provost Joanne Berg says Admunson served well during a transition and the university now has a "solid base from which to work" in recruiting nationally for an admissions leader.