ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The UNM Board of Regents reached an agreement Tuesday morning regarding school president Bob Frank.
He is expected to leave the president’s job Dec. 31 and go on a paid professional development assignment. He still has a job offer to work at the Health Sciences Center at $190,000 a year, a much lower salary than previously disclosed.
Regents earlier this month had discussed the possibility of terminating Frank’s contract, which would have closed the door on the 64-year-old president’s $350,000 tenured position at the Health Sciences Center.
The regents did name provost Chaouki Abdallah as acting president, and Craig White, a dean at the Anderson School of Management, as acting provost.
It wasn’t immediately clear what that means for Frank.