Bill Broyles named interim vice president of MSU’s Division of Student Affairs
Bill Broyles has assumed the role of interim vice president of Mississippi State University‘s Division of Student Affairs. Broyles is filling the vacancy created by the departure this month of Bill Kibler, who recently was named president of Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas.
Broyles will continue as the division’s chief financial officer, a duty he has held as assistant vice president. A certified public accountant, he is an MSU alumnus with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s degree in business administration. Broyles came to MSU in 1979 as a financial manager in the university’s auxiliary services department. Over the years, he also has served as assistant comptroller, associate director of the Student Health Center and assistant to the vice president for student affairs.
In 1999, he was honored with the Donald W. Zacharias Distinguished Staff Award, Executive Division, and in 2013, the MSU Friend of the Student Association Award.
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