Survey Tells Presidential Search Committee What Faculty Wants in Next UA President
The University of Arizona Presidential Search Committee has turned its attention to the results of a survey of faculty that asked about what qualities they feel the next University president should have. The need for a strong academic background topped the list.
What qualities the new president should have has been the question of the hour since former President Robert N. Shelton announced this summer that he was leaving the University of Arizona. Eugene G. Sander was appointed to take his place while the UA looked for a new long-term leader.
Arizona Regent Rick Myers, who is co-chairman of the Presidential Search Committee, told the Faculty Senate in September that the committee hopes to announce a new president by March or sooner.
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