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UW Presidential Search Listening Sessions Today, Tomorrow

September 21, 2015

Members of the University of Wyoming community and people around Wyoming have an opportunity to voice their desired qualifications and characteristics for a new UW president today (Monday) and Tuesday, Sept. 22.

Presidential search listening sessions are scheduled on the Laramie campus and at UW-Casper, with video-conferencing connections to many Wyoming communities. The meetings will be led by representatives of Storbeck Pimentel, the consulting firm retained by the UW Board of Trustees to assist with the search.

Two sessions are planned for UW faculty members. The first is 10:30-11:30 a.m. today in Coe Library Room 506; the second is Tuesday from 1-2 p.m. at the same location. Members of the Faculty Senate and all UW faculty members are invited.

A brown-bag lunch meeting with the campus community and the general public is today from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in Coe Library Room 506.

Members of the Staff Senate and all UW staff members are invited to the same location from 1-2 p.m. today.

A meeting for the Associated Students of UW and all students is set from 2-3 p.m. at the same location.

A statewide outreach meeting, originating from UW-Casper, is set for 5-6:30 p.m. today at Room 420 of the Casper College Student Union/University of Wyoming (UU) Building. UW employees and members of the public can attend in person at that site or connect through UW’s Outreach Video Network.

Those who can’t make it to an outreach site may connect by telephone by calling (307) 766-9797, using participant code 6066471.

The video conference sites are at these locations around the state:

Afton -- Afton/Lincoln County Civic Center, 150 S. Washington St., Room 105.

Cheyenne -- Laramie County Community College, 1400 E. College Drive, Education & Enrichment Center Room 213.

Cody -- Park County Building, 1501 Stampede Ave., Suite 2011, Room 1.

Evanston -- Uinta BOCES Higher Education Center, 1013 Cheyenne Drive, Room 126.

Fort Washakie -- Frank B. Wise Business Complex, 3 Ethete Road, UW classroom.

Gillette -- Gillette Campus, 300 W. Sinclair, Room 167.

Jackson -- Center for the Arts Building, 240 S. Glenwood, Room 120.

Laramie -- University of Wyoming, Classroom Building, Room 109.

Lusk -- School District Administration Building, 619 W. Fifth St., School District Board Room.

Newcastle -- Newcastle High School, 116 Casper Ave., Community Education Room 20.

Powell -- Northwest College, 231 W. Sixth St., Orendorff Building Room 137.

Rawlins -- Downtown Development Authority, 116 Fourth St., upstairs.

Riverton -- Central Wyoming College, 2660 Peck Ave.,  Inter-Tribal Education and Community Center Room 107.

Rock Springs -- Western Wyoming Community College, 2500 College Drive, Room 1229E.

Sheridan -- Sheridan College, 3401 Coffeen Ave., Watt Building Room 132.

Torrington -- Eastern Wyoming College, 3200 W. C St., Tebbet Building Room 252.

Worland -- Worland Community Center, 1200 Culbertson, Suite G.

In addition to the second meeting for UW faculty members Tuesday afternoon, Storbeck Pimentel representatives will meet earlier that day with UW deans, directors, department heads and the Executive Council.

Written comments about the desired qualifications and characteristics of the next president also are being accepted via email at UW.Presidential.Search@uwyo.edu.

Input gathered from the stakeholder groups and the public will be used to develop criteria to evaluate candidates for the presidency. That input will be added to comments received by a subcommittee of the Board of Trustees when it held public and stakeholder meetings earlier this year to seek input on the search process.

For complete information about the presidential search, go to www.uwyo.edu/presidentsearch/.


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