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MSSU President search committee receives official charge from Board of Governors

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NEWS RELEASE ISSUED JANUARY 17, 2014 BY MISSOURI SOUTHERN STATE UNIVERSITY (CORRECTED VERSION)

Search committee receives charge from Board of Governors

Joplin, MO (SNS) – The 12 members of the committee that will guide the search for the next president at Missouri Southern State University received their formal charge during the university’s Board of Governors meeting on Friday, Jan. 17.

Members of the committee, which is co-chaired by Board of Governors member Dr. Sherry Buchanan and former board member Richard Walter, are:

  • Aaron Baker, Rogers, Ark., representing MSSU alumni.
  • Rob O’Brian, Joplin, representing the community.
  • Chris D. Churchwell, Joplin, representing the Missouri Southern Foundation.
  • Doug Crandall, Joplin, representing the community.
  • Judy Day, Neosho, representing the community.
  • Mike Wilson, Joplin, representing the Lionbackers.
  • Raymond Dunaway, Galena, Kan., representing the MSSU student body.
  • Dr. Joy Dworkin, Joplin, representing the MSSU faculty.
  • Darren Fullerton, Joplin, representing the MSSU administration.
  • Alicia Hughes, Joplin, representing the MSSU staff.
  • Dr. Charles McGinty, Joplin, representing the community.
  • Dr. Chad Stebbins, Joplin, representing the MSSU faculty.

“The charge from the Board of Governors authorizes the committee to perform the task of finding the next president,” said Buchanan. “We’ll have our first meeting in February to discuss how we want to go about the search, the type of person we want to find and the process we should use.”

The presidential search committee is scheduled to meet from 3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4, in Room 356 of Billingsly Student Center.

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