Four finalists for associate provost to make public presentations

contact: Deanne Puca
| WMU News

KALAMAZOO, Mich.—Public presentations by four candidates for the post of Western Michigan University associate provost for the Haenicke Institute for Global Education begin Monday, May 8. The candidates will speak on the topic, "What is your vision for comprehensive global engagement at a large research university and WMU in particular?"

All presentations will be held at 10 a.m. in the Putney Auditorium of the Fetzer Center. The campus community is encouraged to attend to hear the following candidates on these days and dates.

  • Dr. Paulo Zagalo-Melo, provost for Global Century Education at the University of Montana, Monday, May 8.
  • Dr. Nick J. Gozik, director of the Office of International Programs, director of the McGillycuddy-Logue Center for Undergraduate Global Studies, lecturer in the Lynch School of Education and lecturer in International Studies at Boston College; Tuesday, May 9.
  • Dr. Sharon Nagy, vice provost for Global Engagement at Clemson University, Monday, May 15.
  • Dr. Martyn J. Miller, interim assistant vice president for International Affairs and director for International Services at Temple University, Wednesday, May 17.

For a complete copy of each candidate's vita, visit wmich.edu/provost/administrative-search.

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