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Presidential Search Update

 

 

The North Greenville University Board of Trustees has announced the formation of a Presidential Search Committee to nominate North Greenville's eighth president. The committee membership comprises trustees, a faculty member, undergraduate student, staff member, and an alumnus. 

 

 

Presidential Search Committee members are: 

Bill Tyler - Trustee - Chair of Search Committee

Travis Agnew -Trustee

Lee Capell -Trustee

David Charpia -Trustee

Ron Edwards -Trustee

Laura Messer -Trustee

Dr. Paul Thompson, Jr - Faculty Representative

Jody Jennings - Staff Representative

Richard McLawhorn - Alumni Representative

Emily Phillips - Student Representative

Continue to pray fervently for these and the entire NGU family as we continue this process.

In addition, the board would like to affirm the blessing we have in our Interim President, Dr. Randall J. Pannell.  He continues to stand in the gap for North Greenville University and affords us the luxury of being diligent, but not making haste in filling this most important position permanently.

For more presidential search information including info about our search firm, position and specification requirements, and the opportunity to complete a questionnaire, click here.

 

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