MSU Vice President and Chief Safety Officer Marlon Lynch is leaving his position in early March, Interim President Teresa Woodruff announced Thursday.
Lynch, who joined MSU in February 2021 as Vice President for Public Safety and Chief of Police, will take the post of associate vice chancellor at the University of Colorado Boulder in its division of public safety.
"He has done a tremendous job, and on behalf of his alma mater, we give him our appreciation," Woodruff said at Friday’s Board of Trustees meeting.
Lynch's last day at MSU will be March 3, and he will be replaced by current Deputy Chief Safety Officer Doug Monette until the position is filled.
"We have full confidence in his leadership, and I know the MSU community will welcome him to this role," Woodruff said.
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