Mar 082012
 
Authors: Andrew Carrera

Penfield Tate, a member of the CSU System Board of Governors, has stepped down citing personal reasons according to the Denver Post.

The paper reported that he is rumored to be a candidate for the Chancellor position, which oversees the three-campus system.

Tate’s tenure as a Board of Governors member began in April 2011.

“Penfield joined the Board the same time I did last year, and since then he has become a mentor of mine,” said Eric Berlinberg, President of the Associated Students of CSU in an email to the Collegian. “Whatever the personal reasons are for his departure, I thank him for his service to the CSU System and the students of Colorado State University, and wish him the best of luck on his future endeavors.”

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Senior Reporter Andrew Carrera can be reached at news@collegian.com.

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