The search for Kansas State University’s 14th President gained momentum Tuesday as the search committee, appointed by the Kansas Board of Regents, met with the public to gather feedback.
“We will set our sites on trying to create a profile that speaks to these attributes that we’ve been hearing about,” said Dennis Mullin, committee chair.
Academic Search, a firm that identifies leaders in higher education, will generate a list of candidates that the Committee will fine-tune.
“Our hopes are that by early November, we will have the opportunity to select the finalists then hopefully select the next president of Kansas State University,” Mullin added.
The Kansas Board of Regents decided to conduct a closed search process for the first time in K-State’s history. That means candidates will not be publicized by the University or the Board of Regents.