Dear faculty, staff and graduate students,
Paul Caffera will resume his responsibilities as the University ombuds, effective immediately. I look forward to him once again serving the UM community.
I want to thank William W. Berry III, Montague Professor of Law in the University of Mississippi School of Law, for his service as Acting University Ombuds since December.
As I shared in a previous message, the university is committed to maintaining this important function on our campus as a neutral, independent and informal place to seek assistance voluntarily to bring forth and resolve campus-related concerns.
Glenn F. BoyceChancellor
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