Finalist for College of Nursing dean position to hold public forum
- Monday, May 1, 2017 from 11:00am to 12:00pm
- Plant Biosciences Building, Room 108 - view map
Three finalists for the position of dean of the College of Nursing at Montana State University will interview on campus April 26, May 1, and May 2. As part of their campus interview, each finalist will hold a public forum with faculty, staff and community members and a separate forum with students.
The finalists and the dates of their forums are:
Susan Raph, Campus Director and Associate Clinical Professor for the MSU College of Nursing, Great Falls Campus, will have an open meeting with students at 2:20 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, in 103 Anna Pearl Sherrick Hall. Dr. Raph will engage in an hour-long open public forum on the same day at 11 a.m. in the 108 Plant Bioscience.
Cindy Corbett, Interim Vice Chancellor of Research, Washington State University, will meet with students at 2:20 p.m. Monday, May 1, in 103 Anna Pearl Sherrick Hall. Dr. Corbett will engage in an hour-long open public forum the same day at 11 a.m. in 108 Plant Bioscience.
Mary Seed, Professor, School of Nursing and Health Professions, University of San Francisco, will meet with students at 2:20 p.m. Tuesday, May 2nd, in 103 Anna Pearl Sherrick Hall. Dr. Seed will engage in an hour-long open public forum that same day at 11 a.m. in SUB 235.
Bios and CVs for the finalists are included with this announcement. Online survey tools for providing comments about each finalist are available at the following links and will close on Friday, May 5th at 5:00 pm.
MSU Provost Bob Mokwa and Dean Kregg Aytes, chair of the search committee, invite and encourage faculty, staff, students and community members to participate and provide input during this interview phase of the search process for the next leader of MSU’s vibrant, dynamic and multi-faceted College of Nursing.
The MSU College of Nursing in Bozeman was founded in 1937 and has received continuous national accreditation since 1949. Since its inception, the college has been a multi-campus program, with many undergraduate students completing lower-division coursework in Bozeman and those same students completing upper-division coursework at the college’s five campuses in Bozeman, Billings, Great Falls, Kalispell and Missoula. Each of the college's campuses has resident faculty who serve both undergraduate and graduate students. The college offers bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees.
Contact: Provost Bob Mokwa, (406) 994-4373 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or Kregg Aytes, search committee chair, (406) 994-4423 or Kregg.Aytes@montana.edu.
- Provost's Office