Notre Dame extends Jenkins’ presidency another 5 years
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) – The Rev. John I. Jenkins has been elected to a third five-year term as president of the University of Notre Dame.
The board of trustees announced the extension Friday during its winter meeting in Naples, Florida.
Jenkins is a Holy Cross priest and was elected Notre Dame’s 17th president in 2005. His current term was to expire June 30.
He said in a statement that it is a “tremendous honor and weighty responsibility to lead” the university.
The board also re-elected Thomas G. Burish to a new five-year term as the university’s provost.
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