Tewksbury, who currently serves as treasurer of the U-M, was selected by a search committee of faculty and staff to fill the vacant position created by the retirement of David Barthelmes earlier this year.
To better accommodate the needs of the major student organizations, as well as the increased use of the LGBT Center and Women's Educational Center, office space has also been reassigned.
The revised guidelines specify three avenues for attaining in-state tuition.
Johnson's research is extensive in the areas of Recommendation-Based Decision Making, Embedded Markets, WOM Communication, and Marketing and Business Education.
For this review, President Coleman is seeking input from faculty, students, staff, UM-Flint alumni, and community leaders.