GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) _ The University of North Dakota is
holding public forums this month for three candidates who want to
be the school's new provost.
The provost is UND's top academic officer, and is considered the
No. 2 administrator at the university. Incumbent Paul LeBel is
leaving the job in June.
The three finalists will each give a 20-minute presentation on
higher education's future. There will be a question-and-answer
session and a campus reception afterward.
The forums will be held in the UND Memorial Union's lecture
On Monday, Anthony Vizzini of Western Michigan University will
give his presentation. Christa Slaton of New Mexico State is on
Wednesday, and Michelle Larson of Utah State University is
scheduled for next Monday, Oct. 15.
The public forums will be streamed over the Internet.