Bernadette Gray-Little

Chancellor of the University of Kansas
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(Ph.D., St. Louis University) Dr. Gray-Little is the 17th chancellor of the University of Kansas, a post she assumed August 15, 2009. Prior to coming to KU, she was at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, where she served as a professor of psychology before being named to several top administrative posts, including executive vice chancellor and provost. Gray-Little has identified enhancing undergraduate education, raising KU's already high scholarly profile, and securing the resources needed for students and the university to succeed as three of her initial goals for KU. A native of Washington, North Carolina, she and her husband Shade Keys Little have two children and one grandchild. 

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