|Dr. Robert Parilla met with constituent groups earlier this week.|
“These are questions I would use with the board, search committee and various constituents to help me develop and refine a written profile to be approved by the board and the search committee,” Dr. Parilla said. “Once approved, the profile will be published and used to recruit and to develop advertisements.”
Constituent groups are being asked to consider the college’s most significant successes and strengths, as well as issues, problems and challenges it faces. They also are asked to reflect upon what they view as the most important qualities and characteristics a new college president should possess, as well as what they believe the new president’s institutional priorities should be during his or her first years in the position.
College board members have said they anticipate hiring a new president by summer.
Academic Search currently is assisting 13 colleges and universities across the country with presidential searches. For more details about the firm, visit them on the Web at http://www.academic-search.com/.