Marshall University governors outline process to find school's 37th president


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HUNTINGTON, West Virginia — Marshall University has established a game plan for the selection of its 37th president.

The university's board of governors met Wednesday to outline the process of finding a successor to Stephen J. Kopp, who died in December.

The board's 16 members will comprise a search committee chaired by its chairman, Michael G. Sellards. Non-voting members of the panel include interim president Gary G. White. He will not be considered for the permanent position.

The board also selected a private company, AGB Search Inc., to assist in the search.

The board said it hopes to select a new president by the fall semester.

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