Presidential search committee named
BOWLING GREEN, O.—The Bowling Green State University Board of Trustees has formed a committee to help seek the successor to President Carol Cartwright, who will retire in June of 2011.
Members of the committee announced at the May 7 trustees meeting are:
William Primrose, board of trustees
Emily Ancinec, undergraduate student
Kristine Blair, professor and chair of English department
Michelle Brodke, assistant professor of applied science, BGSU Firelands
Jared Brown, graduate student
Travis Chapin, associate professor of technology systems
Dick Edwards, Bowling Green community member
Yolanda Flores, classified staff member, Office of Multicultural Affairs
John Harbal, former trustee and Port Clinton community member
Stephanie Imhoff, board of trustees
Charles Onasch, director, School of Earth, Environment and Society
Tom Orchard, BGSU foundation board member
Ed Reiter, alumnus
Rodney Rogers, dean of the College of Business Administration
Robert Sebo, board of trustees
Fran Voll, board of trustees
Daniel Williams, associate professor of theatre and film
Sara Zulch-Smith, administrative staff member, College of Education and Human Development
Trustee William Primrose will chair the committee. The group met for the first time immediately following the May 7 board of trustees meeting.
Dr. Cartwright, former president of Kent State University, was initially hired as BGSU’s interim president following the departure of Dr. Sidney Ribeau in 2008. She was named president in January 2009, becoming BGSU’s 10th president and the first woman to hold the office at the University.
(Posted May 07, 2010 )