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People & TBED Organizations

July 16, 2008

Steve Bazinet has been hired as executive director of the Maine Center for Enterprise Development.

Rahindra Bose is Ohio University's new vice president for research and creative activity and dean of the graduate college.

David Fouts was selected as the next president and chief executive of MAGNET, the Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network. Fouts replaces Fatima Weathers, who served for a year as acting president.

Denichiro Otsuga was named the first director of technology transfer at South Dakota State University.

Harris Pastides was selected to replace Andrew Sorensen as University of South Carolina system president. Sorenson retired after six years at the helm.

Linden Rhoads was appointed as vice provost of the University of Washington's TechTransfer unit. Rhoads starts her new position Aug. 14.

Hunter Roberts, South Dakota's interim state energy director, was appointed to the post of energy policy director.

Brent Tolman is the new executive director of the Workforce Development Alliance in Idaho.

Sterling Wharton was hired as program director for Georgia's Centers of Innovation program.

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