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Biller Resigns as VP for Student Services

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Dr. Gary M. Biller, vice president for student services at Arkansas Tech University for the past 11 years, has resigned and accepted the same position at Western Illinois University.
 
Biller joined the Arkansas Tech administration in July 2000. Over the past 11 years, he has been responsible for such areas as student housing, health and wellness, counseling services, public safety and parking, student activities, student success services, career services, the disability and testing center, intramural and recreational sports, Greek life, judicial programs and student government.
 
“It has been my pleasure to serve as vice president for student services at Arkansas Tech University,” said Biller. “I am proud of our efforts to enhance the college experience for Arkansas Tech students and ensure that they have the best learning environment possible. I am grateful to President Dr. Robert C. Brown and the Board of Trustees for the opportunity to work on behalf of Tech students for the past 11 years. My family and I will always have great memories from our time in Russellville.”
 
Biller earned a Bachelor of Science degree in social sciences from Oklahoma State University in 1975. He added a Master of Science degree in counseling from Oklahoma State in 1976 and a Ph.D. in higher education administration from the University of Kansas in 1986. 
 
Arkansas Tech will conduct a nationwide search for its next vice president for student services. The job description will be posted at www.atu.edu/hr.

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