WSU Tri-Cities Chancellor Keith Moo-Young announced in early May that he planned to step down from the position once a successor is picked, likely early in 2018.
WSU Tri-Cities Chancellor Keith Moo-Young announced in early May that he planned to step down from the position once a successor is picked, likely early in 2018. File Tri-City Herald
WSU Tri-Cities Chancellor Keith Moo-Young announced in early May that he planned to step down from the position once a successor is picked, likely early in 2018. File Tri-City Herald

WSU names committee to help choose new Tri-City chancellor

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