Leaving for Duke: V.P. Clint Davidson

H. Clint Davidson, Penn's vice president for human resources since 1995, has accepted the position of associate vice president for human resources at Duke University, Executive Vice President John Fry announced Friday.

Mr. Davidson is expected to leave Penn at the end of the semester. He has been instrumental in launching several key human resources initiatives, including the recently published Benefits Redesign proposals and the University-wide Job Classification Study, which is in progress.

"We are grateful to Clint for the role he has played in developing a number of strategic human resources programs," said Mr. Fry. "He is leaving behind a strong foundation which will help shape Penn's human resources programs for the future."

"Penn is a wonderful place, and it is destined to be even better," Mr. Davidson said. "But this is a marvelous opportunity for me to return to the part of the country where I spent so much of my professional life, and at an institution as prestigious as Penn. That combination of factors was difficult to ignore.

"I am in debt to many, many people at Penn, in particular to the Human Resources staff and the members of the Benefits Advisory Committee, which has worked so very hard on the first comprehensive benefits review here in 15 years. Their work ethic, and their contributions, have been invaluable in the process."

-- Based on a News & Public Affairs release


Volume 43 Number 25
March 11, 1997

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