Board picks Hill as new Alabama 2-year chancellor

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - The State Board of Education has picked
a new chancellor for Alabama's two-year college system.

Freida Hill, deputy commissioner of the Technical College System
of Georgia, was unanimously chosen by the nine member board on
Friday. Hill replaces Bradley Byrne, who resigned in May to run for

John Osborn, the director of academic programs and policy for
the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Rose Johnson, the
president of Haywood Community College in Clyde, N.C., had also
been in the running for the post.

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