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Listening sessions scheduled to garner input on qualifications of next president

May 8, 2017

The Indiana State University Board of Trustees and Presidential Search Committee have scheduled a series of listening sessions to garner input from stakeholders on the qualifications, experiences and qualities the next president of Indiana State should possess in order to be successful.

The open sessions are scheduled at:

Thursday, May 11

Noon - Student session, Sycamore Banquet Center (Free lunch provided through Generations)

2 p.m. - Staff, Heritage Ballroom, Tirey Hall

3 p.m. - Faculty, Heritage Ballroom, Tirey Hall

4:30 p.m. - External Stakeholders and local leaders, Heritage Ballroom, Tirey Hall

Input can also be provided through a stakeholders survey available at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/P2Z59TB

Feedback from the listening sessions and survey will be utilized by the search committee to build a draft position description. The Board of Trustees will review and finalize the description at its June 23 meeting so that the r! ecruitment and advertisement process can begin. Campbell said the tentative timeline is to have the search committee narrow the field to 3 to 4 finalists by late August for on-campus interviews in mid-September. A new president is expected to be named by late October.