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Search begins for new Vice President of Research

February 8, 2013

Bill Farland to retire later this year from lead administrative position guiding research mission of CSU.

Bill Farland

Bill Farland will be retiring this year after a distinguished career as Vice President for Research. A search committe has been formed to find his replacement. 

The VPR represents the lead administrative position guiding the research mission of CSU. This position calls for an energetic, visionary individual, a creator of bold solutions setting the foundational environment for research and creative activities. Successful recruitment of a new leader for the research enterprise on campus depends on the thoughtful engagement of the entire CSU community in the search process. 

Search Chair Daniel Bush, Vice Provost of Faculty Affairs, has asked CSU faculty and staff to circulate the job ad found on the Provost's website to colleagues from across the country that  have the necessary skills to take on this important role.

For any colleagues you believe are particularly well qualified and want to nominate for this position, please send their name and e-mail address to Bush and he will send them a formal invitation to apply. 

Contact: Daniel Bush