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Gilbert, provost and executive vice president at Mississippi State University, is one of three finalists to replace longtime USA President Gordon Moulton, who retired July 1. Gilbert met with members of the universitys health systems division first, at 7 a.m., then had a series of meetings with the college deans, members of the financial affairs department, the Faculty Senate and the Board of Trustees. At 4 p.m., he took part in a public forum at USAs Mitchell Center. Before a crowd of about 200, he gave a PowerPoint presentation outlining his goals and ideas for the university, then took questions from the audience. Gilberts goals included improving the universitys retention rate of 68 percent and its graduation rate of 37 percent; creating more of an international focus for the universitys research programs; and attracting more businesses to the universitys Technology & Research Park. Doug Marshall, president of USAs Faculty Senate and a member of the presidential search committee, started the question-and-answer session by asking Gilbert if it was important, given the size of USAs health care division, to encourage the health care and university divisions to become more collaborative. The more we can get them working together, the better, Gilbert responded. I would do all that I could try to do bring the two divisions together as often as possible. Marshall also asked how Gilbert envisioned a typical faculty members workday in the future. Across the country, things are changing for faculty members, Gilbert said. Theyre more focused on research as we go forward. There is going to be more demand on faculty to be involved in knowledge creation and research. An audience member asked for Gilberts opinion on the universitys reliance on faculty adjunct professors. I think there is a place for a variety of different faculty types, Gilbert said, but relying too heavily on adjuncts is not a good idea. Other questions focused on ideas for expanding campus activities, enhancing the universitys role in the community and improving campus communication. Gilbert was also asked about his favorite charities (Habitat for Humanity, a foundation to assist public schools, the Starkville arts council); which professional journals he reads (The Chronicle of Higher Education); and his favorite book (1776 by David McCullough). It was great to field all the questions, Gilbert said after the session.
USA Truck Announces Executive Appointments
17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –USA Truck has announced the appointment of Russell Overla to the position of Executive Vice President, Truckload Operations and Jeff Lester to the role of Executive Vice President, Safety and Risk Management. The two bring a combined 40 years of transportation industry experience to USA Truck’s executive management team. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110114/DA30069LOGO ) In the course of his 15-year career, Overla has spent time with several industry leaders, including LinkAmerica, JBS Carriers, National Freight and Arnold. He has developed a hands-on management style through holding a variety of positions, starting as a Load Planner and progressing into management through Customer Service and Planning, Regional Sales and Operations. At USA Truck, Overla oversees fleet operations, fleet maintenance, driver recruiting and retention, and customer service. Lester brings 25 years’ experience to USA Truck, including a vast array of expertise in safety, compliance, risk management, security, insurance and independent contractor programs. He was most recently at Greatwide Logistics, and has also worked for FedEx and Ryder. Lester, who will serve as USA Truck’s chief risk officer, holds a master’s degree in safety management. At USA Truck, Lester oversees safety, insurance, claims, compliance, orientation and the student driver program. Both Overla and Lester are based at USA Truck’s corporate headquarters in Van Buren, AR. “These key additions to our executive management team represent our dedication to operational excellence and to positioning our company for continued growth well into the future,” said John Simone, President and CEO of USA Truck. “Russell and Jeff are both proven performers who get results. I’m excited to have them join the USA Truck family.” About USA Truck USA Truck is a transportation and logistics provider headquartered in Van Buren, Arkansas, with terminals, offices and staging facilities located throughout the United States. We transport commodities throughout the continental U.S. and into and out of portions of Canada.