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Vice Provost for Undergraduate Affairs candidates Open Forums

May 3, 2013

Four internal candidates to be interviewed, meet the CSU community, May 9-14.

The search for a new Vice Provost for Undergraduate Affairs has narrowed to four potential candidates, and they will be on campus for interviews the week of May 9-14. In fact, they are on campus every week, since all four are internal candidates.

The four are John Didier, currently director of the INTO program at CSU; Nancy Irlbeck, currently associate dean of academic affairs for the College of Agricultural Sciences; Kathleen Sherman, a professor and chair of the Department of Anthropology in the College of Liberal Arts; and Ken Wilson, head of the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology in the Warner College of Natural Resources.

The round of interviews will start with Sherman on May 9, followed by Didier on May 10, Irlbeck on May 13, and Wilson on May 14.

Open Forums with the first three candidates will be held 1-2 p.m. on their interview day in Lory Student Center. Sherman and Irlbeck will be in Room 230, Didier in Room 214-216. Wilson’s Open Forum will be 2-3 p.m. in Room 228. This is an opportunity for the campus community to meet the candidates and ask them questions.

Alan Lamborn is retiring from the Vice Provost position at the end of the academic year to devote himself to his new duties as Executive Director of The Reinvention Center, the undergraduate learning consortium of research universities that is now housed at CSU.