Campus: Humboldt State University -- February 7, 2003

Vice President of Administrative Affairs Named at HSU

Carl Coffey has been appointed vice president of administrative affairs at Humboldt State University by President Rollin C. Richmond. He has served as the interim vice president for development and administrative services since July.

Coffey, the first executive administrator to be hired by Richmond, is one of three vice presidents reporting directly to the president and will play a key role in the development of university policy. His areas of responsibility include fiscal affairs; physical services; human resources; contracts, procurement and risk management; graphic services; and the common management system project.

Coffey comes to Humboldt from California State University, Stanislaus where he has been the associate vice president for facilities and business services since April 2000. Prior to that Coffey served in a variety of positions at CSU Stanislaus, including assistant vice president for facilities and operations, assistant director of plant operations, and director of physical plant.

"I am delighted that Carl Coffey is joining Humboldt State as the vice president for administrative affairs," said Richmond. "We now have a seasoned and experienced administrator providing leadership for an important part of the university. I look forward to continuing to work with Carl as he strives to make our physical facilities serve the academic needs of the campus even better."

Coffey will assume his new position on April 1. Until then he will remain in his interim capacity at Humboldt while he transitions from his current position at CSU Stanislaus.

Contact: Elizabeth Hans McCrone, (707) 826-5102


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