John A. White
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John A. White

Chancellor of the University of Arkansas

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John Austin White Jr, Ph.D., P.E. was the fourth chancellor of the University of Arkansas. He succeeded Daniel Ferritor in 1997 after previously serving as the dean of Georgia Institute of Technology's College of Engineering. As chancellor, Dr. White transformed the University of Arkansas; including the $1 billion "Campaign for the 21st Century" capital campaign, which created the University of Arkansas Honors College, endowed the University of Arkansas Graduate School and UA Libraries, added 132 tenured faculty, 1738 scholarships and fellowships, funded millions of dollars of brick and mortar improvements, and grew the university by almost every academic statistic. Since his departure from the chancellor's office in 2008, White has remained at the university, teaching in the industrial engineering department.

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University of Arkansas
University of Arkansas

Public research university in Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA

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Ohio State University
Ohio State University

Public research university in Columbus, Ohio, United States

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Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech

University with the main campus in Blacksburg, Virginia

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