TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Indiana State University officially has a new president.
It comes after a unanimous vote by the board of trustees.
The board gave Dr. Deborah Curtis a standing ovation at the meeting.
Trustees met to approve Curtis as the 12th President of ISU.
She starts her duties in Terre Haute on January 3rd.
She'll replace the current president, Dr. Daniel Bradley.
He is retiring from the top spot.
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