Dr. John F. “Jack” Carney III, former chancellor of Missouri University of Science and Technology, died Wednesday, April 24, at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He was 77.
Carney’s appointment as chancellor at Missouri S&T began on Sept. 1, 2005. He retired on Aug. 31, 2011.
“Our entire university family is saddened by Jack’s passing, and we extend our sincere condolences to Jack’s family,” says Dr. Christopher G. Maples, Missouri S&T interim chancellor. “His warmth of character and strength as a leader who loved this university will live on in the hearts of all who knew him. He leaves a lasting legacy at a university he helped to transform in many positive ways.”Read More »
In his Dec. 3, 2007, State of the University Address, University of Missouri-Rolla Chancellor John F. Carney III told UMR faculty, staff and students that the university is uniquely qualified to tackle the world’s energy and environmental issues. This was Carney’s fifth State of the University Address.Read More »
A reusable crash cylinder created by UMR Chancellor John F. Carney III is one of 100 university research projects cited in a new publication that showcases academic research that is contributing to a better world.Read More »
University of Missouri-Rolla Chancellor John F. Carney III outlined the plan for an administrative restructuring at UMR at an open forum held Thursday, Feb. 1, on campus. The plan details changes that will take place when the university eliminates its three schools and one college.Read More »
In his first “State of the University” report as chancellor, Dr. John F. Carney III on Thursday (April 13, 2006) discussed plans to position UMR as one of the nation’s leading technological research universities.Read More »
Dr. John F. Carney III, former provost and vice president for academic affairs at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Mass., will become the next chancellor at UMR, University of Missouri President Elson S. Floyd announced today (Thursday, March 24, 2005).Read More »