Meet the Four Finalists for AUNE President March 18-21

The four finalists in the search for a new AUNE president have been announced by Antioch University Chancellor Felice Nudelman. They will be on campus March 18-21 to give presentations and interviews, which will be held in the Community Room.

The candidates and dates each will be on campus:

Torin Finser, chair, AUNE Department of Education. March 18.
Lynn Rosansky, dean, College of Graduate and Professional Studies, Franklin Pierce University. March 19.
Steve Jones, president of Urbana University. March 21.
Jay Kahn, interim president of Keene State College. March 20.

Schedules for each candidate and more information can be found here.

A community reception will be held for each candidate at 4:30 p.m. each day in the Community Room, except for Wednesday, when it will be held in the Dance Studio.

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