Provost to step down

Lindsay Freed

Provost David Rosowsky is stepping down at the end of the semester.

Rosowsky is leaving to allow incoming president Suresh Garimella to build his own leadership team, according to an email Rosowsky sent to the UVM community Feb. 25.

“It has been a privilege and an honor to serve the University of Vermont,” he stated in the email.

Rosowsky will be stepping down after six years in his role, according to the email.

President Tom Sullivan sent an email to the UVM community thanking Rosowsky for his service to the University Feb. 25.

“We wish him well in his future plans and goals,” Sullivan stated in the email.

Sullivan will be appointing an interim provost after Rosowsky formally steps down, according to the email.