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Wilcox Appointed UAlbany's New Controller

Contact(s):  Catherine Herman (518) 956-8150

 Kevin Wilcox
, N.Y. (January 16, 2007) - Kevin Wilcox has been named assistant vice president and controller at the University at Albany. He previously served as deputy controller from 1999 to 2006.

Wilcox is responsible for managing the offices of State Accounting; Institutional Services; Parking and Mass Transit Services; Sponsored Funds Financial Management; and the SUNY Student Loan Service Center.  Wilcox is also responsible for providing broad leadership and policy guidance across a breadth of fiscal and administrative topics. 

Wilcox, who joined UAlbany in April 1999, took over the post Jan. 2, 2007 after the retirement of Leo Neveu.

In his role as deputy controller, Wilcox served as financing liaison for various UAlbany affiliated construction projects, including the $45 million Cancer Research Center at the University's East Campus and $184 million in various projects at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering. He has also served on multiple standing and ad hoc UAlbany committees, including selection of various contractors, oversight of various projects and personnel searches.

Previously, Wilcox served as chief financial and administrative officer for the Schenectady Association for Retarded Citizens and Associate Budget Examiner for the New York State Division of the Budget.

Wilcox resides in Albany.

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