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Updated: Open Forums for AVP of Student Affairs Announced

Update:

At the beginning of this month, SLCC had three candidates for the Assistant Vice President for Student Development position on campus to meet with individuals from across the College. Based on feedback, the decision has been made to bring in two additional candidates to campus, and all College employees are invited to attend the open forums for each of the candidates.

Kathryn Coquemont
Monday, August 28
11 a.m. – Noon
Oak Room

Dr. Sharon Aiken-Wisniewski
Tuesday, August 29
11 a.m. – Noon
Oak Room

As the College continues to make decisions, all five of the finalists will continue to be considered for the Assistant Vice President for Student Development position.

We value your perspective and input; please take this opportunity to ask the candidates questions, and provide feedback to our search committee and Dr. Lepper.





The Salt Lake Community College Student Affairs search committee for the Assistant Vice President for Student Development have been conducting interviews for the final three candidates, and will be holding open forums for each of the candidates.

The Assistant Vice President for Student Development position serves as a leader in initiating and supporting efforts to promote and increase student access and participation, and student success and completion.

We value perspective and input of our staff and faculty; come hear from the finalists, take the opportunity to ask the candidate questions, and provide feedback to our search committee and Dr. Chuck Lepper, Vice President for Student Affairs.

The candidates and open forums are as follows:

Wednesday, August 2
Dr. Luca Lewis
2-3 p.m.
Oak Room, STC

Thursday, August 3
Dr. Jamie Cooper
2-3 p.m.
Oak Room, STC

Friday, August 4
Candida Darling
2-3 p.m.
Oak Room, STC

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