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Screening committee named for Boise State University president search

Posted: 10:40 AM, Oct 22, 2018
Updated: 2018-10-22 23:38:13Z

Idaho State Board of Education President Dr. Linda Clark Monday announced the names of those selected to serve on the Boise State University president screening committee.

The 14-person committee will vet candidates, interview semi-finalists, and recommend a list of finalists to the State Board of Education. The State Board will interview finalists and select Boise State’s next president.

“This screening committee is a solid and diverse group representing various Boise State stakeholders,” Clark said. “I look forward to working with them throughout the process as we seek a strong leader who can build on Boise State’s momentum.”

The Boise State University president screening committee members are:

-Dr. Linda Clark – State Board president
-Dr. David Hill – State Board member
-Andrew Scoggin – State Board member
-Kaleb Smith – ASBSU student body president
-Tony Roark – Boise State interim provost
-Martin Orr – Boise State faculty senate president
-Alicia Garza – Boise State faculty member
-Zeynep Hansen – Boise State faculty member
-Tana Monroe – Boise State professional staff
-Ramona Martin – Boise State classified staff
-Barbara Morgan – former Boise State Distinguished Educator in Residence and NASA astronaut
-Dee Mooney – Micron Foundation 
-Rob Perez – First Interstate Bank 
-Rod Lewis – former State Board member

The Boise State University president screening committee will meet at the conclusion of several listening sessions with stakeholder groups scheduled early next week on the Boise State campus.   

The firm Storbeck Pimentel & Associates will lead the search, working with the screening committee and the State Board.  

The Board plans to name a new president sometime early next year and have that person in place on the Boise State University campus at the beginning of the fiscal year, July 1, 2019, according to a State Board of Education news release.

The board and committee are welcoming alumni and community members to a listening session this Monday from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm, to share your ideas on what your hopes are for the future president of Boise State University.