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March 2013 news update

Tri-City Herald (editorial): New chancellor for WSU Tri-Cities seems to be good leader for school’s next step March 15, 2013

Tri-City Herald: WSU Tri-Cities gets new chancellor March 13, 2013 (page A1)

KNDU TV (NBC): WSU Tri-Cities Names New Chancellor (w/video) March 12, 2013

KVEW TV (ABC): Dr. Keith Moo-Young named new WSU Tri-Cities chancellor March 12, 2013

Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce: New chancellor for WSU Tri-Cities March 13, 2013

Bellingham Herald (online): WSU Tri-Cities gets new chancellor March 13, 2013

Lewiston Tribune (online): WSU appoints … » More …

Letter from the search committee

Dear WSU Tri-Cities Faculty, Staff, and Students:

The search for a new WSU Tri-Cities Chancellor continues to move steadily forward. The Search Committee (see membership list at met again on November 13, 2012, and heard an update on the candidate pool from Funk and Associates, which is the search firm assisting the WSU Tri-Cities Chancellor Search Committee.

Over the past couple of months, Funk and Associates has been reaching out to potential candidates from institutions throughout the country. They reported that the quality of our pool thus far is strong and that it consists of many highly-qualified candidates from diverse backgrounds and … » More …

August 2012 news collection

President’s Perspective: Search begins for the next chancellor of WSU Tri-Cities Aug. 21, 2012

Tri-City Herald: WSU Tri-Cities sees increase in freshmen, starts search for chancellor Aug. 21, 2012

KNDU TV, NBC affiliate: WSU Tri-Cities begins search for new chancellor (video) Aug. 21, 2012

Tri-City Herald: Opportunities abound for WSU’s next chancellor June 22, 2012

WSU Launches Search for Next Chancellor of WSU Tri-Cities

Originally published August 20, 2012

RICHLAND, Wash. — A 17-member committee has been appointed to lead the search for the next chancellor of Washington State University Tri-Cities.

The committee is tasked with recommending top candidates to Washington State University President Elson S. Floyd. The committee will be assisted by R. William Funk & Associates, a search firm based in Dallas, Texas, that specializes in higher education leadership.

The search committee includes seven members of faculty and staff at WSU Tri-Cities; one from Spokane; one from Pullman; one WSU Tri-Cities student; and seven business leaders in the Tri-Cities — most of them members of the campus … » More …