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UMaine System Chancellor Candidates Begin Visits January 17

The three finalists for the University of Maine System chancellor position will begin to make campus visits on Jan. 17, with the three finalists visiting UMaine Jan. 18-20.

The UMaine System Trustees and chancellor search committee announced Tuesday the campus meetings, which include interviews, meetings, and open forums with students, employees, and the community. All three public forums will be held from 10 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. in Wells Conference Center, Room 2.

James Page, who was a finalist last year for the position of UMaine president, will visit the campus on Wednesday, Jan. 18, followed by Meredith Hay, special advisor to the chair of the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) for Strategic Initiatives, on Thursday, Jan. 19 and current UMaine System Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration Rebecca Wyke on Friday, Jan. 20.

The finalists will also visit Portland and Fort Kent.

Visit the Chancellor Search web page to view the itineraries. If you are not able to attend an in-person or Polycom session, you may listen to the multi-campus session via audio streaming at Users who will be accessing the audio stream are strongly encouraged to test their browser for proper operation with the audio stream by visiting the link any time before the scheduled conferences and listening for audio (Maine Public Radio should be audible).  For streaming audio issues remaining after testing the link, you may contact tech support at 800-696-4357.

The Chancellor Search Committee welcomes your feedback. Links to electronic feedback forms will be available the first day of each applicant’s visit.  Paper feedback forms will also be available at the host and Polycom locations and may be faxed to 973-3209. Complete information about the finalists, their application materials, itineraries, photos and links to the electronic feedback survey forms are available on the Chancellor Search webpage. All feedback must be received by noon on Sunday, January 22, 2012.

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