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From the Consultative Committee for the Selection of a Provost

A Call for Nominations and Advice

The Consultative Committee for the Selection of a Provost (Almanac September 28, 2004) invites the entire University community to submit nominations and suggestions of individuals—from both inside and outside the University—to be considered for the position of Provost. The Committee also welcomes input and advice regarding the nature of the Provost position and the kind of individual who would make a successful Provost at Penn.

The Provost is the chief academic officer of the University, responsible to the President for the conduct, coordination, and quality of all of Penn's academic and research programs.  The University seeks an eminent, energetic, and judicious academic leader with a distinguished record of scholarly and administrative achievement who can lead Penn's faculty and academic programs into the very forefront of American and global higher education.

Nominations and expressions of interest should be sent in confidence, and preferably via e-mail, to: 2912@imsearch.com

or by mail to:

Provost Search Committee
c/o Ms. Barbara Stevens
Isaacson, Miller
1275 K St., NW, Suite 1025
Washington, DC 20005

Other input and advice to the Committee should be sent via e-mail to:

Provost Search Committee
c/o Dr. Stephen P. Steinberg
Office of the President
sps@pobox.upenn.edu

Dr. Arthur H. Rubenstein, Chair, Provost Search Committee

 

 


  Almanac, Vol. 51, No. 9, October 26, 2004

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