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EVPP candidates to address open forums

Apr 30, 2009  

The top three candidates for the position of executive vice president and provost will be on the Athens campus next week to meet with executive staff members, academic leaders and various university constituent groups. In addition, each candidate will take part in an hour-long open forum, during which campus community members may ask questions of the applicants.
  • Susan Carlson, associate provost for faculty advancement and diversity at Iowa State University, will be on the Athens campus May 3-5. Carlson will take part in an open forum May 4 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Computer Service Center, Room 121 B. 

  • Pam Benoit, vice provost for advanced studies and dean of the Graduate School at the University of Missouri, will visit campus May 5-7. An open forum with Benoit will take place May 6 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Morton Hall, Room 201.

  • Nat Frazer, dean of the College of Natural Resources at Utah State University, will be at the university May 7-9. The open forum with Frazer will occur May 8 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Bentley Hall, Room 240.

The forums will be webcast on the Office of the President Web site to provide access to the regional campuses and to those on the Athens campus who are unable to attend in person.

During the visits, each candidate will meet with members from the student, graduate, faculty, administrative and classified senates. Candidates will meet with the EVPP Search Committee and President Roderick J. McDavis on day two. Each candidate also will have the opportunity to meet with members of the Ohio University Board of Trustees in Columbus before departing Ohio on day three.

Complete itineraries as well as curricula vitae for each of the EVPP candidates are available at www.ohio.edu/president/news/EVPPCandidatesCampusVisit.cfm.

McDavis formed a 14-member search committee earlier this year to find a successor to Kathy A. Krendl, who announced in December that she would step down as executive vice president and provost on June 30, 2009, to assume the presidency of Otterbein College.



Related Links
Finalists selected for top academic job:  http://www.ohio.edu/outlook/08-09/April/534.cfm 
Otterbein College names Krendl president:  http://www.ohio.edu/outlook/08-09/December/223.cfm  
Office of the President:  http://www.ohio.edu/president/news/  

Published: Apr 30, 2009 10:51 AM  

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