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Open Meetings in search for SLCC’s eighth president

Everyone in the Salt Lake Community College community is encouraged to attend any or all of four open meetings in advance of the search for the College’s eighth president.

The 21-member search committee will use the comments of people who attend these meetings to draft the official announcement for the job opening. Attendees should come prepared with ideas about the characteristics they’d like to see in a new president and what the priorities should be for the College’s new leader.

The meeting dates and locations are as follows:

January 28
  4:00 p.m.             Jordan Campus Health Sciences Auditorium
                                                3491 W 9000 South, West Jordan
   6:00 p.m.             South City Campus, Atrium, C1-030
                                                1575 S State Street, Salt Lake City
February 4
   9:00 a.m.              Miller Campus, Karen Gail Miller Conference Center
                                                9750 S 300 West, Sandy
   11:00 a.m.           Taylorsville Redwood Campus, Student Center Oak Room
                                                4600 S Redwood Road, Salt Lake City

The position opened up this year upon the departure of President Cynthia Bioteau, who accepted a position as president of Florida State College in Jacksonville. The State Board of Regents selected Dr. Deneece Huftalin, SLCC Vice President of Student Services to serve as the College’s interim president.

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