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Ohio Presidential Search Includes Mansfield Campus Forum

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/26/2013

The search for new president of The Ohio State University came to the Mansfield campus Monday. Professor Deborah Merritt of the Ohio State Trustees' president search advisory committee wasn't here to hire someone from the campus. She was here to ask faculty and staff for their thoughts on what qualities and qualifications a person replacing Doctor Gordon Gee should have. And Merritt says input from the regional campuses is an essential part of finding the right candidate. Merritt says the average search for a university president takes 300 days. So she expects Ohio State to name its next top Buckeye by May or June.

   
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