ET in the Humanities Auditorium on campus. The forums will also be live-streamed online here . Tennessee law sets out the process used in the selection of presidents and chancellors for the Tennessee Board of Regents and University of Tennessee systems. The Tennessee Board of Regents approved the Chattanooga State search criteria during a special meeting on Jan. 27 and appointed the 21 members of the ChSCC Presidential Search Advisory Committee. The committee’s charge was to identify and interview candidates and then narrow the applicant pool to three to five finalists. Comprised of four members of the Board of Regents and 17 representatives of faculty, staff, students, alumni and the community at large, the committee held its first meeting and open forum Feb. 10 on campus. http://victoriaholmesme.universitypunjabi.org/2017/04/19/further-consideration-of-effective-systems-for-online-training-for-interview/Regent Tom Griscom of Chattanooga chaired the committee; other board members who served were Howard Roddy and Thomas A.
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