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Published April 23, 2018
Finalists for the position of vice president for administration of the University of Wyoming have been identified, and they’re scheduled to give public presentations at UW beginning this week.
The candidates are Kristen Albritton, vice president of finance and administration at Gordon State College in Barnesville, Ga.; Steve Kreidler, vice president of administration at Metropolitan State University in Denver; Neil Theobald, senior adviser to the president for financial and government affairs at Indiana University; and Joseph Trubacz, regional vice chancellor for administration and finance at the University of South Florida-St. Petersburg.
Theobald’s public presentation and open forum is Friday, April 27, from 10-11:30 a.m. in the College of Education auditorium. The presentation will air via WyoCast at https://wyocast.uwyo.edu/WyoCast/Play/1dcd48b7cc644de69bb626d314d8eb0e1d.
Kreidler’s public presentation is Tuesday, May 1, from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in Room 123 of the College of Business Building. The WyoCast link is https://wyocast.uwyo.edu/WyoCast/Play/efe65b15dedf41fbbef3b7b0965f7ef61d.
Albritton’s public presentation is Wednesday, May 2, from 10:30-11:45 a.m. in Room 506 of Coe Library. The WyoCast link is https://wyocast.uwyo.edu/WyoCast/Play/f9303cf530064f0e9f4dbfbc615fccf31d.
Trubacz’s public presentation is Friday, May 4, from 10:30-11:45 a.m. in the Wyoming Union Senate Chambers, Room 221. The WyoCast link is https://wyocast.uwyo.edu/WyoCast/Play/958abb6b1e3b4776937adb389f95a11a1d.
To learn more about the finalists and the search, go to www.uwyo.edu/infotech/vpfa.
The vice president for administration has responsibility for more than 380 staff members in the Division of Finance and Administration; manages an operational budget of $205.5 million; and oversees 832 acres on the Laramie campus, 188 facilities representing close to 7.2 million square feet, and additional property located throughout the state.
The successful candidate will succeed retiring Vice President Bill Mai, who will conclude his service at UW June 30.