Search process finalized for provost position

October 28, 2015 | News, UToday
By Jon Strunk

The University of Toledo has finalized plans for the search process for the institution’s next provost and executive vice president for academic affairs and is asking the campus community for help identifying candidates for the position.

Co-chaired by Dr. Kaye Patten Wallace, senior vice president for student affairs, and Dr. Christopher Ingersoll, dean of the College of Health Sciences, the search committee aims to bring finalists to UT for on-campus interviews in early February.

“As a valued member of our University community, we would like your help in identifying candidates for this position,” they wrote in a letter sent to the UT community.

The letter also pointed readers to a website established for the search that includes the position description, lists the members of the search committee and the search timeline, and includes an overview of the University for prospective candidates.

“UT’s next provost will play a critical leadership role as we develop a strategic plan, refocus our enrollment and recruiting efforts, and enhance an academic culture that strengthens northwest Ohio and earns national recognition,” said UT President Sharon L. Gaber.

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