Projected Timeline for Search Process

John Blest with StudentMay 1st

Campus letter from Dr. Olson announcing Search and Search Committee members and launching Search.

May 6th

Dr. Olson’s Final Job Description approved and posted on Search Website.

May 8th

First Meeting of Search Committee (Dr. Olson in attendance to reinforce Charge) (Executive Dining Room)

May 12-July 1st

Submission of Candidate Applications and Search Committee Review of Applications. (Active Search conducted by Chair of Search Committee)

Tuesday, July 8th

Meeting of Search Committee

Final Selection of Candidates for Skype Interviews. Contact 12 candidates for Skype interviews and set times for week of July 15th. 2:00-4:00 P.M. (Executive Board Room)

Week of July 15th

“Skype” Interviews: 12 Finalists. (Executive Dining Room)

Tuesday, July 22nd

Meeting of Search Committee

Meeting of Search Committee to review Skype interview evaluations; finalize four (4) on campus interview candidates; commence reference checks for same.

July 22-August 4th

Reference checks of those chosen for further review.

Monday, August 11th

Meeting of Search Committee

Review reference checks. Notification of Four Candidates for on-campus interviews. 2:00-4:00 P.M. (Executive Board Room)

Week of September 8th

On Campus Interviews: (4) (September 8, 10, 11, 12)

Monday, September 15th

Surveys out to campus participants in Open Forum Presentations by Four On-Campus Candidates; input back from individuals/panels participating in On- Campus Open Forums and recruitment meetings.

Thursday, September 18th

Meeting of Search Committee

Final recommendations for presentation to Dr. Olson. Chair begins preparation of Memorandum outlining consensus view of Search Committee on candidates. 2:00-4:00 P.M. (Executive Board Room)

September 18th - 22nd

Final due diligence on Finalists (if necessary).

Tuesday, September 23rd

Meeting of Search Committee

With Dr. Olson to discuss final perspectives on final candidates presented to the President. 2:00-2:30 P.M. (Executive Board Room)

Friday, September 26th

Dr. Olson offer to his selection for VPBA (estimated).

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