Business school dean to lead evangelical campus ministry

Posted: Friday, March 02, 2001

MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, a conservative evangelical ministry active on 560 U.S. college campuses, has appointed as its new president Alexander D. Hill, the dean who led the business school at Seattle Pacific University to accreditation.

Before becoming business dean, Hill taught law at Seattle Pacific and was a regional director with World Relief of Wheaton, Ill.

Some 34,000 students and faculty participate in InterVarsity's U.S. chapters, the first of which began at the University of Michigan in 1938.

Hill succeeds Stephen A. Hayner, who retires July 1 after 13 years as leader.

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