With the start of the new year, a search for the next president of LSU is expected to get under way soon and already names are flying for a possible successor to replace F. King Alexander, who announced in mid-December he will be taking over as president of Oregon State University later this year.

As he looks back on his six-year tenure, Alexander, who was the first to serve as joint president and chancellor, says whoever is tapped for the position will take over a system that is in better shape, both financially and in terms of its outcomes and performance, than the one he inherited in 2014.

As just one example, Alexander points to the efficiencies created by merging the chancellor and president’s offices,

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