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Drury spokesman to vacate post

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Drury University spokesman Mark Miller will leave his post with the Springfield school after accepting a job with his alma mater, the University of Colorado-Boulder.

Named Druy's director of media relations in 2008 and now associate director for marketing and communications, Miller moves to his new post Nov. 4, according to a CU-Boulder news release.

“I could not pass up the opportunity to work at my alma mater in my home state,” said Miller, who has been named spokesman and issues coordinator for the Colorado school, in the release. “I look forward to working with the outstanding media relations team at CU-Boulder and continuing to strengthen the university’s mutually beneficial relationships with the media.”

At CU-Boulder, Miller is succeeding Bronson Hilliard as campus spokesperson, who was promoted to assistant vice chancellor for strategic media relations.

Prior to joining Drury, Miller worked eight years at KOZL and KOLR in Springfield in news, sports and account management, and five years as a sports anchor and reporter at WPSD in Paducah, Ky., the release said.

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