MSJC announces selection of vice president of instruction

Jeremy Brown has been selected to serve as Mt. San Jacinto College's vice president of instruction after filling the position on an interim basis since 2018, the college announced. Valley News/Mt. San Jacinto College courtesy photo
Mt. San Jacinto College has hired its interim vice president of instruction to fill the position permanently, the college said Friday.Jeremy Brown was selected this week after what MSJC called "a rigorous search that resulted in a highly competitive field of candidates."Brown has served in the interim vice president position since 2018, when the previous holder of the position, Rudolph Besikof, left to take the same job at Lane College in Oakland."Dr. Brown has done an outstanding job as an interim VPI and I am proud to have him on my Executive Cabinet,"MSJC Superitendent/President Roger Schultz said. "Jeremy worked tirelessly with faculty to transition classes online quickly so our students could continue with their education during the COVID-19 closures. He keeps student succ
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