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Earlham College Presidential Search - August 2016

Earlham College is searching for a dynamic new president to take office in the Summer of 2017. The successful candidate will assume leadership of the College at a critical juncture in its history. A major repositioning effort designed to capitalize on Earlham’s considerable strengths is well underway, with the goals of increasing enrollment, building recognition and augmenting its revenues.

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http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/education/2016/12/06/earlham-names-new-president/95036028/ 

http://huntscanlon.com/haley-associates-leading-president-search-earlham-college/

Alan Price
Earlham Class of ’88
Associate Director of Management for the Peace Corps

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MCPHS Associate Provost for Academic and Professional Affairs

MCPHS University (Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences) seeks an Associate Provost for Academic and Professional Affairs. The Associate Provost is a senior level position which reports to and works closely with the Vice President of Academic Affairs/Provost to provide vision, leadership and sound operational management across all MCPHS schools, programs and campuses, with particular emphasis on the following key areas: 1) student retention, curriculum development and assessment; 2) teaching effectiveness, instructional technology, faculty development and interprofessional education; 3) academic policy formation and administration; and 4) academic communication and publications. The Associate Provost also serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet.

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Dr. Jeanine Mount
Associate Dean
Northwestern’s Bouvé College of Health Sciences

New England College Vice President for Academic Affairs

Dr. Matthew Wood
President of White Mountains Community College

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