First provost candidate on campus Tuesday

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The first of three candidates for the role of Washington State University provost will be visiting the Pullman campus tomorrow.

Candidate A will make a presentation to members of the WSU community from 3:10–4 p.m. Tuesday, April 2, at PACCAR 202. Their presentation will also be available to watch via Zoom, with a recording available for the following three days.

The names of the finalists as well as information about their work experiences and educational background, will be available on the Provost Search website the day before their presentations.

The two remaining candidates are scheduled to make their presentations April 4 and 8.

Members of the university community will be able to weigh-in on the candidates via a survey that’ll become available following each presentation.

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