After more than 12 years of leadership, Dr. Ann Stuart is retiring from the jobs of chancellor and president of Texas Woman's University.
In a statement released Friday, Board of Regents Chair Mike McCullough credited Dr. Stuart with making TWU "a stronger and smarter university that is well-prepared for the challenges for tomorrow."
Dr. Stuart is expected to stay at TWU until her successor is named by 2014.
Among Dr. Stuart's credits:
-Enrollment at TWU has grown 85 percent
-20,000 graduates in health care, education and business
-New facilities in Denton, Dallas and Houston
TWU Board of Regents Vice Chair Sue Bancroft will lead the search for TWU's new chancellor and president.