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CPE SEARCH COMMITTEE SETS CRITERIA FOR NEXT PRESIDENT

Press Release Date:  Monday, August 18, 2008  
Contact Information:  John Hall
Phone: 859-685-1050
Cell: 859-333-2363
 


     The Council on Postsecondary Education’s Presidential Search Committee has posted the position description for its third president.

     The position description can be viewed on the CPE Web site at http://www.cpe.ky.gov/committees/presidential/Resources.htm.

     Greenwood/Asher & Associates, Inc., the Florida search firm assisting the Council in the recruitment of candidates, will also place ads in national higher education journals as well as newspapers of general circulation, including The Chronicle on Higher Education, The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, the Louisville Courier-Journal, Lexington Herald-Leader and The Paducah Sun, among others.

     Applications will be accepted and reviewed until the position is filled. For best consideration, applications and nominations should be submitted to the search firm by Sept. 12. The committee expects to have a final decision by the end of 2008.
           

     The seven-member search committee is chaired by Council member John Hall. Other members include Council members Donna Moore, Lisa Osborne, Phyllis Maclin, Mark Wattier, Joe Weis and Western Kentucky University president Gary Ransdell.
            

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