University of Nebraska intensifies chancellor search process

Feb 23, 2016

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — The University of Nebraska is one step closer to finding a chancellor as the final four candidates ready themselves to navigate an intense interview process over the next two weeks.

The search for a new chancellor began in April after Chancellor Harvey Perlman announced he would retire this June.

The finalists for the position are Ronnie Green, University of Nebraska interim senior vice chancellor for academic affairs and vice president for agriculture and natural resources; April Mason, Kansas State University provost and senior vice president; Sabah Randhawa, Oregon State University provost and executive vice president; and Daniel Reed, University of Iowa vice president for research and economic development.

University president Hank Bounds will begin his deliberation after the interviews conclude March 4. His choice will require the Nebraska Board of Regents' approval.

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