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Robert D. Lyman

Professor of Psychology

University of Southern Mississippi

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University of Southern Mississippi

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Employment History

Dean

Cars.com LLC


Department Head In the College of Arts and Sciences

University of Alabama


Dean

School of Arts and Letters at North Georgia College and State University


Member, Faculty

UA


Vice President

Student Affairs Joe Paul


Provost

SOUTHERN MISS


Executive Director

Brewer Porch Childrens Center


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msbusiness.com

USM Provost Bob Lyman said he sent out the proposal for an appeals committee with faculty representation to various campus constituencies this week.
"Short of a [...] [...]


www.studentprintz.com

Lyman resigns as USM provost
Bob Lyman University of Southern Mississippi Provost Robert Lyman has resigned from his position, effective immediately, according to an email sent to faculty and staff Wednesday night. The email, penned by President Martha Saunders, said Lyman resigned "citing personal reasons." Vice President for Research Denis Wiesenburg will take over for Lyman as well as maintain his position as head of research at the university. Lyman became provost and vice president for Academic Affairs in July 2008. Before coming to Southern Miss, he served as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C. The university provost "oversees academic planning and budgeting and works with the Vice Presidents to accomplish the University's educational objectives. Lyman's job also describes him as the chief academic officer and senior university officer next to the president. In 2010, Lyman worked closely with the University Priorities Committee to reach the final decision on what programs and positions would be cut when the university was forced to reduce the school's budget. After six months of appeals, 17 academic programs were cut. Tim Rehner, the director of the School of Social Work and the head of the faculty senate, served as the co-chair of the UPC and worked with Lyman through the budget cuts. Though Lyman will no longer work in the administration, he will remain a faculty member as a professor of psychology. "Bob Lyman has led the academic division ably through some very difficult times," Saunders said in her email.


www.hattiesburgamerican.com

Robert Lyman has resigned from his position as provost at the University of Southern Mississippi,... - 5:05 pm


www.hattiesburgamerican.com

Bob Lyman's sudden resignation Wednesday as University of Southern Mississippi provost has left surprised many within the campus community.
Robert Lyman has resigned from his position as provost at the University of Southern Mississippi, citing personal reasons, and will return to the faculty as a professor of psychology.


www.hattiesburgamerican.com

Robert Lyman has resigned from his position as provost at the University of Southern Mississippi, citing personal reasons, and will return to the faculty as a professor of psychology.
"Bob Lyman has led the academic division ably through some very difficult times," said University President Martha Saunders. Lyman had served as provost since 2008. Before coming to Southern Miss, he served as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C. Previously, Lyman held a variety of positions over 25 years at the University of Alabama, including as executive director of Brewer-Porch Children's Center, a children's mental health treatment, research and training program affiliated with the university's Department of Psychology. Robert Lyman has resigned from his position as provost at the University of Southern Mississippi, citing personal reasons, and will return to the faculty as a professor of psychology.


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