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PHOTO GALLERY: Timothy Wolfe named UM System president

Tuesday, December 13, 2011 | 12:44 p.m. CST; updated 11:12 p.m. CST, Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Madison Wolfe, left, Molly Wolfe and Tim Wolfe clap along with Truman the Tiger after the announcement of Timothy M. Wolfe's appointment as the University of Missouri System president. Wolfe is the 23rd UM president.

Timothy M. Wolfe was named the 23rd president of the UM System on Tuesday morning. Wolfe, 53, is an MU and Rock Bridge High School graduate and spent 20 years as an executive at IBM.

"Today is a very, very special homecoming for me," he said.

New University of Missouri System President Timothy M. Wolfe walks toward his wife and twin children after the announcement of his appointment Tuesday morning at the Donald W. Reynolds Alumni Center on the MU campus.
Timothy M. Wolfe waves after the announcement of his appointment as the University of Missouri System president. Wolfe will take over the duties of current Interim President Stephen Owens in mid-February.
Attendees of the Board of Curators announcement of the new UM System President wait at the Reynolds Alumni Center on Tuesday morning.
Truman the Tiger welcomes the family of the newly appointed University of Missouri System President Timothy M. Wolfe. Wolfe graduated from the MU business school.

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