University Seeks Input from Campus, Community about Presidential Search

With the search for the Midwestern State University's 11th president under way, the university will host a series of four open forum town hall meetings, September 15-16, to solicit input from campus and community constituents about the qualities and experiences that the university should seek in its next president.
The meetings are organized around student, faculty, and community groupings. The groups are scheduled for convenience; however, anyone is invited to attend any of the forums as schedules permit.
Monday, September 15
Faculty Town Hall
Dillard 133
3 p.m.
Student Town Hall
Dillard 133
6 p.m.
Community Town Hall
Dillard 133
Tuesday, September 16
10 a.m.
Staff Town Hall
Dillard 133
Joining the forums will be representatives from Academic Search, the search firm that is assisting MSU in the process. If individuals are unable to attend one of these sessions, an online survey allows the opportunity to provide direct and confidential input regarding the presidential search: