The University of Minnesota has posted its search for a new president in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
It notes that although applications will be accepted until a new president is found, "interested parties" should submit their application by Aug. 20 "to assure optimal consideration."
Listing in the Chronicle of Higher Education
More about the university's search here: http://www.presidentsearch.umn.edu
Minnesota Public Radio reported today that the salary for the position -- as well as for the new chancellor of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities -- is negotiable: MnSCU, U of M ponder what to pay their next leaders.
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