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April 15: Deadline for feedback about provost search

PULLMAN, Wash. – The provost and executive vice president search committee is seeking input from the campus community through April 15.

Feedback will be accepted at http://provostsearch.wsu.edu. To make a nomination, submit candidate’s name, position and contact information to the search firm engaged to recruit candidates and support the search, R. William Funk and Associates, via email to krisha.creal@rwilliamfunk.com.

The search committee for the Washington State University provost and executive vice president wants to know:

* The major challenges and opportunities the provost will inherit.

* The kind of person best equipped to address the challenges and make the most of the opportunities; for example, experience, leadership style, worldview, personality, etc.

* Compelling reasons a top national candidate, who hasn’t considered this position or WSU, might want to explore this opportunity.

The search firm has been building a list of top national candidates. Feedback will be incorporated into the position document.

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