Ruble Named New Vice President of Finance
Ruble brings 25 years of experience in public universities and state-level higher education finance. Ruble will replace John Green, who has been with the University since 1993 and will retire at the end of the school year.
ONU President Kendall L. Baker said, "The University welcomes Dr. Ruble to ONU. He brings a tremendous amount of experience that will be beneficial to the continued growth and development of our institution."
Ruble has served in numerous higher education capacities, beginning in 1986 when he served as associate commissioner for facilities and financial affairs for the Indiana Commission for Higher Education in Indianapolis.
In 2000, Ruble was named vice president for business affairs and treasurer for the University of Southern Indiana and also taught Engineering Economics Analysis and Analytical Techniques for Economic Evaluation at the Potts College of Science and Engineering at the University of Southern Indiana.
Since 2005, Ruble has worked at the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation in Nashville.
Ruble earned his bachelor's degree (1973) and master's degree (1976) in industrial engineering from Purdue University. In 1980, he earned his Ph.D. in higher educational administration from Illinois State University.