2010.01.18 > For Immediate Release
contact: Tim Kaldahl - University Relations
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Second Finalist for Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs to Visit UNO Jan. 19-20
Omaha - The second of four finalists for the position of associate vice chancellor for Student Affairs will visit the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) for interviews beginning Tuesday, Jan. 19. The associate vice chancellor for Student Affairs is the chief student affairs administrator for the university.
The second candidate is Thomas Wallace, assistant to the Provost and associate professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Mississippi. His visit will last though Wednesday, Jan. 20. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to attend a campus forum with Wallace today, Jan. 19, at 1 p.m. in the Milo Bail Student Center Gallery Room.
The two remaining candidates and campus visit dates:
- Sherry Haehl, dean of Students at Bluffton University. She will visit Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 25-26; and
- Blake Fry, special assistant to the Chancellor, University of Wisconsin-River Falls. His visit will take place Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 1 and 2.
The first candidate to visit campus -- Randy Hyman, associate professor for Higher Education and former vice chancellor for Academic Support and Student Life at the University of Minnesota, Duluth -- visited UNO last week.
Additional information on each candidate as well as the complete interview schedules is available at http://www.unomaha.edu/aandsaffairs/.
Deborah Smith-Howell, associate vice chancellor for Academic Affairs and dean for Graduate Studies, has served as chair of the search committee. Anyone with questions, can contact her at email@example.com or 554.4849.
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