Provost search: WSU community invited to participate in listening session on Dec. 7

Washington State University faculty, staff, and students are invited to participate in a system-wide listening session to help inform the university’s search for the next provost and executive vice president on Thursday, Dec. 7, from 1–2 p.m.

The virtual session will serve as an opportunity for community members to provide input on the qualities, expertise, and focus areas they would like to see from the next system provost. This feedback will assist the 18-member search committee as they begin the recruitment process and tailor the position description to ensure it accurately depicts the current needs of the institution and its academic enterprise.

Members of the executive recruiting firm Isaacson, Miller will also be in attendance.

Interested attendees are encouraged to RSVP and review the information outlined on the Provost Search website in advance of next week’s listening session. A recording will be made available for those unable to attend on the day of.

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