Presidential search: WSU community invited to participate in focus group sessions

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Students, staff, and faculty are invited to participate in one of three virtual focus group sessions intended to inform the search for Washington State University’s 12th president.

Hosted by executive search firm Isaacson, Miller, and chair of the Presidential Search Advisory Committee, Jenette Ramos, the focus group sessions will provide community members a chance to provide feedback on the opportunities and challenges ahead of an incoming president and the qualities needed to navigate them.

The schedule for the focus group sessions is as follows:

Additional focus group sessions have been scheduled with chancellors, deans, faculty senate leadership, distinguished and Regent professors, and executive vice presidents/vice presidents. These groups have received separate invitations for their scheduled sessions.

Community members who cannot attend one of the virtual meetings can submit written feedback to Isaacson, Miller via an online survey.

Individuals who would like to be more involved in the search for WSU’s next president are also encouraged to apply to serve on the Presidential Search Advisory Committee. Applications will remain open through May 16.

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