HSU’S FRAMPTON NAMED PROVOST AT SCHREINER UNIVERSITY
Dr. Travis Frampton, longtime religion professor and administrator at Hardin-Simmons University, has been named provost and vice president for academic affairs at Schreiner University in Kerrville.
Frampton, who has been at Hardin-Simmons 19 years, currently serves as vice president for university mission and strategic vision at HSU. According to a news release from Hardin-Simmons, Frampton has held numerous positions, including professor of biblical studies, associate provost, SACS liaison, and vice president for university mission and strategic vision. Frampton received his bachelor of arts degree from Samford University, his master of arts in religion from Yale University, and a dual doctorate in philosophy from Erasmus University Rotterdam in The Netherlands and religion from Baylor University.
“We are delighted to have Dr. Frampton joining the Schreiner community,” said Dr. Charlie McCormick, Schreiner University president. “Although he is new to Schreiner, faculty and staff have told me that they felt that he already understands our core commitments at Schreiner. Dr. Frampton understands the challenges and opportunities of independent colleges and universities, and he has a history of responding to these in ways that are innovative even as they honor the past. He and his family will be a welcome addition to Schreiner University and the Hill Country.”
Eric Bruntmyer, president of Hardin-Simmons, added his congratuations.
“We are so excited for Dr. Travis Frampton and his family in his new opportunity at Schreiner University. Schreiner is a wonderful university, and Dr. Charlie McCormick is an incredible president and we are excited for the future that Dr. Travis Frampton has and the opportunities he is going to be afforded. We will miss him greatly, he is such an integral part of our campus, and yet we know that God has greater things for him. And we look forward to seeing all the things he will do at Schreiner University.”
Frampton and his family will make a move to the Hill Country over the summer, and he will begin his position on July 1, 2019.