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American InterContinental University Appoints George Miller As President

The American InterContinental University or AIU, a member of the Career Education Corporation (CECO) said that its Board of Trustees appointed veteran academic leader George Miller as president of the university.

Commenting on Miller, the company said that he has served AIU for eight years, including three years previously in the same capacity as leader of the university. He will also remain in his role as chancellor.

by RTT Staff Writer

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