Bruce N. Chaloux, CEO of The Sloan Consortium, a non-profit foundation devoted to the development of online learning in American higher education, died suddenly, Sept. 28, while visiting family in Vermont.
A tribute on The Sloan Constortium website described, Chaloux, who lived in Sandy Springs, as a “good-humored, kind and generous friend. He was an optimistic and dedicated leader who spent his last days doing what he loved: Pushing hard for online and adult learning opportunities here and around the world. His accomplishments are many, his networks extensive, and his unfinished business is still at hand.”
Chaloux and his wife Barbara moved to Sandy Springs in 1998 after spending several years in Florida, Virginia and Vermont, where he was born, according to a Sandy Springs Chapel obituary.
Chaloux was 65 and is survived by his wife Barbara, two daughters and son-in-laws, grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Donations to the Chaloux Family Scholarship Fund for Online Learning Leadership are encouraged.