President of Two Campuses of the University of Pittsburgh to Retire in 2018

Livingston Alexander, president of the University of Pittsburgh campuses at Bradford and Titusville, announced that he will step down on June 30, 2018. He has been president of the Bradford campus for 14 years and added the Titusville campus to his duties in 2012.

The Bradford campus enrolls nearly 1,500 undergraduate students. African Americans are 11 percent of the student body. There are about 350 students on the Titusville campus and Blacks make up 23 percent of the student body.

Before becoming president of the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, Dr. Alexander was provost and vice president for academic affairs at Kean University in Union, New Jersey. Earlier, he was a professor of psychology at Western Kentucky University.

Dr. Alexander is a graduate of St. Joseph Seminary College in Washington, D.C., where he majored in philosophy. He holds a master’s degree in education and an educational doctorate from the University of Houston.

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