University of Tulsa selects ex-congressman as next president
April 4, 2021
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Attorney and former Democratic U.S. Rep. Brad Carson has been selected as the University of Tulsa's 21st president, university officials announced Monday.
The university's Board of Trustees unanimously selected Carson, 54, after a national search that began in July. Carson's term officially begins on July 1.
He replaces interim president Janet Levit, who was appointed when former president Gerard Clancy stepped down in January 2020 because of health concerns.
"Brad is an experienced and empowering leader and public servant who has demonstrated his ability to competentl...