UNCG Campus Weekly

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Chancellor Search Committee members

The 24 members of the UNCG Chancellor Search Committee were named near the end of the last semester. The search committee is comprised of representatives from the Board of Trustees, administration, faculty, staff, students, alumni and community partners. They are:

Board of Trustees Representatives
Frances Bullock, Member
Brad Hayes, Member
Ward Russell, Member
Susan Safran, Chair, Board of Trustees (Committee Chair)
David Sprinkle, Member

Administration Representatives
Celia Hooper, Dean, Health and Human Sciences
Charlie Maimone, Vice Chancellor, Business Affairs

Faculty Representatives
Omar Ali, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, African American and African Diaspora Studies
Kelly Burke, Professor and Associate Dean, Music, Theatre and Dance
Susan Calkins, Bank of America Excellence Professor, Human Development and Family Studies
Daniel Herr, Professor and Nanoscience Department Chair, JSNN
Wade Maki, Senior Lecturer, Philosophy
Anne Wallace, Professor, English

Staff Representatives
Lori Kerr, Executive Assistant to the Dean, The Graduate School
Mary Swantek, Assistant Director, Alumni Relations
Kim Zinke, Project Manager, Office of Assessment and Accreditation

Student Representatives
Joseph Graham, Vice President, Student Government Association
Elizabeth Warren, President, Graduate Student Government Association

Alumni Representatives
Jeffrey Collins, ‘84
Sarah Shoffner, ‘62
Jana Welch Wagenseller, ‘76

Community Representatives
Michelle Gethers-Clark, United Way of Greater Greensboro
George Hoyle, Compass Financial Partners, LLC
Ed Kitchen, Joseph M. Bryan Foundation

Additionally, proposal requests were  sent to several national search firms. Three finalists presented their proposals to the search committee on Dec. 2. The committee selected R. William Funk & Associates to serve as the search firm that will collaborate with the committee on this effort.

See more information at the Chancellor Search website.

At that site, you may submit input via a feedback form and see a schedule for listening forums, where you can provide input. Your suggestions will lead to the creation of the leadership statement (position description) and assist the search committee as it begins assessing candidates.