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Published on March 03, 2016

Richard Lloyd, PhD, named President Bryan College of Health Sciences

Lincoln, Neb. — Dr. Richard Lloyd has been named President of Bryan College of Health Sciences. He begins July 1. Lloyd succeeds Marilyn Moore, EdD, who retires from her position as president June 30.

“Our search was led by Dr. Georgianne Mastera, immediate past chair of the College Board, and with her guidance we have selected an outstanding president,” said Erin Pemberton, current Bryan College of Health Sciences Board Chair.

“We are delighted to welcome Rich back to Nebraska and know that the College’s mission is secure in the hands of this visionary leader.”

Dr. Lloyd is originally from Nebraska, where he grew up in Hastings and earned his undergraduate degree in English from Hastings College. He earned an MA from Emporia State University in Emporia, Kansas, and a PhD in English from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. Dr. Lloyd served as a member of the English faculty at Hastings College for more than twenty years. While there, he assumed positions of increasing leadership responsibility, including Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of the Faculty and Vice President for College Initiatives. For the past four years he has served as the President of the College of Saint Joseph, in Rutland, Vermont.

Dr. Marilyn Moore became the third President of Bryan College of Health Sciences in September 2012, after retiring from her leadership role with Lincoln Public Schools. “We are grateful for Marilyn’s years of leadership of our College and are thrilled that she will continue on with the College as an adjunct faculty member, teaching a leadership course in the doctoral program this fall,” said Pemberton.

About Bryan College of Health Sciences

Bryan College of Health Sciences offers the latest technology and most advanced teaching methods. Its dedicated faculty, strong clinical emphasis and hands-on learning opportunities prepare students to excel in real-life situations. Bryan offers undergraduate, graduate and completion programs, on-site and online learning opportunities, as well as minors in emerging health fields.

To learn more about Bryan College of Health Sciences, go to or call 402-481-3801.


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