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Recently Retired NASA Chief Offered Job at LSU
« on: December 17, 2004, 05:53:32 AM »
Recently Retired NASA Chief Offered Job at LSU
12-17-2004 2:33 AM

(Baton Rouge, LA) -- The LSU Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved the recommendation of Sean O'Keefe as Chancellor of the Baton Rouge Campus. It follows the search committee also unanimously recommending O'Keefe. Earlier in the week he announced he's stepping down as the NASA administrator. O'Keefe is from New Orleans. Governor Kathleen Blanco and other officials had lobbied O'Keefe to apply for the post for months.
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