University of Pittsburgh Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg to Leave Position in 2014 but Will Remain at Pitt

During the June 28 Board of Trustees meeting, Mark A. Nordenberg announced his intention to step down as chancellor in summer 2014. Pictured at the meeting are, from left: B. Jean Ferketish, Secretary of the Board of Trustees and Assistant Chancellor; Stephen R. Tritch, Board Chairperson; and Chancellor Nordenberg.

University of Pittsburgh Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg has advised the University’s Board of Trustees of his intention to leave that position in the summer of 2014. The announcement was made at the June 28 meeting of the Pitt Board, held on the University’s Oakland campus.

When he steps down as Chancellor, Nordenberg will have served 19 years in the position. He already is one of the most senior presidents or chancellors heading a major American research university and has led Pitt through one of the most impressive periods of progress in its 226-year history. Read the full news release »