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Presidential Search Committee seeks nominations

June 27, 2017

The Presidential Search Committee has initiated a national search for the next President of Indiana State. Jeff Taylor, the Committee Search chair, announced that the committee has been charged with identifying finalists for the position and collecting campus feedback following finalist visits. The Search Committee is hopeful to have finalists visit campus in late October.

Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates, an executive search firm focused exclusively on higher education, will support the work of the Search Committee in recruiting a strong and diverse pool of candidates and facilitating a smooth search process.

The committee strongly encourages the campus community to be engaged in nominating individuals for this position.

Nominations can be sent via email to Storbeck/Pimentel at the contact information below and should consist of the name and institution/organization of the individual being nominated.

Contact information and any perspectives on the qualifications of the nominee are helpful but not required.

All nominations are confidential unless the nominator indicates they would like their name to be used in the firm's outreach.

Ryan Crawford, Partner
Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates
r.crawford@storbeckpimentel.com
737-207-0568

A complete position description can be found on Storbeck/Pimentel's website and additional information on the search can be found on the ISU Presidential Search website.

Thank you for your participation in identifying prospective candidates for this important search.

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The committee strongly encourages the campus community to be engaged in nominating individuals for this position. Nominations can be sent via email to Storbeck/Pimentel.

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